Taylored Architecture was asked to design a new boathouse with attached living quarters on an existing dock facility. On the site once stood the original livery structures for the Frontenac Hotel. It was from these original structures that the initial concept of the design was born. To increase the visual dynamic of the composition, and as a nod to the clients' nearby cottage, a tower was also incorporated into the design. On a site with such history it seemed appropriate to create a more tradiltional design for the facility. There is a three-slip boathouse with another covered slip outside of the boathouse, a skiffhouse, and a bunkhouse facility above.