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Lone Star Living

An agreeable amalgamation of historical and indigenous building components were used to construct this Texas-size rambling one-level structure, carved out of stone, log, and imagination.

Architectural Digest

“Diane is very good at taking old structures and placing them together in a way that fits,” explains Diana Gotcher.

Ranches of the American West

The main part of the house is a voluminous barn-style area. It is configured in large sections of a living space and dining room, divided by a floor-to-roof fireplace.

Your Home in the Hill Country Magazine

"One of the things Lohman values most about design work is accentuating the details that heighten the pleasures of daily

living."

Greenbriar Valley Quarterly

Lohman, whose work has recently been featured in Architectural Digest, sketched out a contemporary design based on the traditional pioneer cabins of the 1850s.

Cowboys & Indians

After a consultation with a Fredericksburg home design expert, Diane Lohman, a collaboration was struck. The result, Star Creek Ranch, is an interesting transitional style of architectural building.

Pinnacle Living Mountain Homes

He always dreamed of having a log cabin in the mountains. But Bill Amick got much more than that at his Oleta Falls, N.C., retreat: a unique vacation home built from 300-year-old logs and set just close enough to revel in an almost-personal waterfall.

Blue Ridge Country

Retaining the cabin’s original footprint, Carpenter worked with Texas custom home designer Diane Lohman’s design to fit the improvements into the wooded mountainside.

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