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(5) North Lodge

North Lodge was the women’s dorm. From the porch one entered into a two-story lobby which was used for lectures, classes, and social gatherings.

On either side of the lobby were entrances to two corridors off of which there were bedrooms and bathrooms.

Steps on either side of the lobby led to second story rooms, each of which housed eight to ten students.
 
2007: North Lodge is used by Camp Rockmont as sleeping space for campers. The building joining the two lodges was added by Camp Rockmont.


Internal Link
North Lodge 2007


Photograph: (left) North Lodge (2006), Black Mountain College Project; (right) Josef Breitenbach,
Permission, Josef Breitenbach Archive, Center for Creative Photography, University of  Arizona.

 

   

The Black Mountain College Project gratefully acknowledges a grant from the Graham Foundation
for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts for a study of architecture at Black Mountain College.