Jackson Hole, WY
Project with Blaze Makoid Architecture

A ski and fishing retreat for an active family of five, this 8,000 square foot home is situated at the base of the ethereal mountain landscape of Grand Teton National Park. The home's design draws from vernacular barn and cottage structures and introduces a "mountain modern" aesthetic that combines the owner's love of modernism with respect for local architectural tradition. The rough-cut Montana stone and reclaimed barnwood siding facade is complemented by natural cedar eaves and pop-out windows as well as blackened steel trim details. 

The residence's "Activity" wing houses a large ski room with custom lockers as well as a six-bed bunk room for visitors. This wing also contains 3 additional guest rooms and a dedicated game and exercise room. Under a double height vaulted ceiling, the "Family" wing features an open living, dining and kitchen layout that looks out onto the landscaped front terrace. An intimate cocktail room is positioned to take advantage of the sweeping mountain views. 

Renderings ©Blaze Makoid Architecture PLLC