This stunning 20 acre Lincoln County property demands views in every direction. The arrival sequence circumvents the house, displaying a stepped envelope with shadowed variation. Opposing shed roofs uniquely capture valley, pond, and aspen views, while extensive cantilevered decks reiterate the interior experience. Guest quarters on the lower level provide independent living with family access.
Simple shed roofs offset the garage from the primary house. Their rusted corrugated roof folds down on both low and high ends to create unique sculptural features. Large garage doors and folding sliding doors open this house up in good weather. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath + Loft
ALB is a true Wyoming Libertarian – a lawyer, writer, pilot, and parent to three parrots: Charlie, Watson, and Troubles. Andy bought what is known locally as the “old Robert Goulet house,” located atop East Gros Ventre Butte. With 270 degree views of the valley floor, its only downside is an impossibly steep driveway, which […]
These two houses aspire to Habitat for Humanity’s motto of “simple and decent” while satisfying CCR’s of their neighborhood. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, living, dining, and kitchen all fit within 1150 sq feet of living space. Roofs are simply framed gables, providing handsome street views and a variety of outdoor porch spaces. Energy efficiency and […]
We replaced a deteriorating green room shed attached to this Indian Paintbrush log cabin. The new gable roof sunroom was clad in rusted metal, along with an extensive hot tub platform and log railings.
This generous garage and guest house serves as Bill and Cathy’s interim residence off Teton Village Road
Kitchen and deck expansion to open up and freshen up this 1980’s Teton Pines house
Garage & office addition to this house needing curb appeal, near the Little Greys River, in Alpine Wyoming
Library/ Office addition to this 1990’s Aspens house
This Tiny House eliminates non-critical garage square footage with a carport, folded down from a roof which maximizes solar gain. Simple forms re-invented for a site emphasizing north-easterly views
Former Teton Village Fire Chief, Walter Hyer retired to his native Hanover, VA to build adjacent to his ancestral dwelling, near Richmond.
During an internship with Stephen Dynia, Rachel worked extensively on the dynamic roofs and sculpted fire places of the
With Jonathan Foote and Big-D. As Consulting Architect on this design-build project, Rachel fleshed out working drawings for the SHOOTING STAR CABINS at the Base of Teton Village, in conjunction with Big-D Construction. Paul Bertelli, Principal at Jonathan L Foote Architects, Bozeman MT, was Lead Designer.
Talented BOHLIN CYWINSKI JACKSON ‘s Wilkes-Barre staff instilled a sensibility for detailing which is structurally & materially expressive. Rachel worked with Peter Bohlin’s design team on the LINARD RESIDENCE. This 13,000 s.f. project, published in Architectural Digest and GA Houses #59, is situated at the base of Hawk Mountain Sanctuary, in New Ringgold, Pennsylvania. As […]