Twig work at the new boathouse at Camp Topridge Twig-work is the term applied to architectural details constructed of twigs and branches, usually peeled, to form decorative motifs in buildings and furniture. The most common instances are found in Adirondack Great Camps such as Camp Topridge.

External links: *''New York Times'', "Twigs That Grew Up As Tables", January 2, 1992