MARTIS CAMP’S ARCHITECTURE:
DISTINCTIVE AND DIVERSE
Martis Camp Architecture
The architectural vision of Martis Camp reflects the diverse architectural preferences of our owners. As stated in our Architecture Handbook:
The homes created in Martis Camp will benefit from the collective design wisdom gained from hundreds of years of inspired mountain architecture from around the world.
From a contemporary home with barrel roofs that mimic the rolling landscape, to a rustic cabin constructed of reclaimed trestle-wood, or a modern, eco-friendly family lodge with solar systems—the architectural designs are as integral to the character of Martis Camp as the land on which the homes are built.
Seizing the benefit of elevations ranging from 5,900 to 7,100 feet, our distinctively luxury mountain home designs embrace the High Sierra’s four distinct seasons, reflecting the abundant beauty of the High Sierra landscape and the historic Martis Valley.
LEED: Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
Martis Camp is proud of its LEED certification for our community and club buildings, such as the Gatehouse, Camp Lodge, Family Barn and Lost Library. LEED certification is awarded by the U.S. Green Building Council (USBGC) to environmentally responsible, energy efficient and healthy places. On a practical level, this allows us to conserve energy and water, and to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions over time. Our commitment to environmental stewardship will live on through LEED certified homes and buildings, ensuring that Martis Camp and the community will be as sustainable as it will be enjoyable, for generations to come.