This 10,000 square foot, 3 story facility just south of Jackson enabled EPSILONTECH.COM to expand their operations. As the world’s largest manufacturer of strain gauges, David Werner’s team used the upper floor for design & sales, the main floor for manufacturing, and the lower level for machine shop and storage. Epsilon’s office culture encouraged enjoyment of extensive landscaping and mountain backdrop to the west, from a generous deck.
This generous garage and guest house serves as Bill and Cathy’s interim residence off Teton Village Road
This 9,000 sq ft box will combine business park vehicle bays with 6 small apartments. Special effort is made to capture the maximum development potential while remaining cost effective.
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
Interior Fit-out for Pet Salon in Smith’s Plaza
The Navarros intend to build their dream house just outside of San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua. Hannah has an eye for tall, sculpted forms with playful inside/ outside and tall spaces. Marcellino would like to stack the house in phases vertically with local building practices, which include masonry & plaster walls, foam & wire mesh partitions, simple framing & plumbing, and of course metric friendly measurements
Excavated from the urban fabric at the former “Great Basin” – a pool for holding and turning ships before continuing on the James River; This studio project, led by Peter Waldman, consists literally and conceptually of vertical layers.
A camp for At-Risk Los Angeles eighth-graders with strong academic and leadership potential, Paint Rock is the first part of a high school mentoring program. The camp comprises 16 buildings clustered at the entrance to a canyon: boys’ & girls’ cabins; dining hall; director’s house; counselors’ lodge and stable. This project was brought to UVA graduate studios for conceptual study by Marianne Thompson and Charlie Rose as part of their firm’s design process. CHARLES ROSE ARCHITECTS
Former Teton Village Fire Chief, Walter Hyer retired to his native Hanover, VA to build adjacent to his ancestral dwelling, near Richmond.
This 750 sq ft condo had an odd layout, with an awkward entry and small rooms. We re-configured the space to feel more expansive and cleaned up the circulation. New appliances, windows, vanity area, and future deck will add value to this downtown Jackson property.
GTPM manages Brookside Condominium Association, where Rachel is HOA President
This shelter was proposed as an arrival and departure terminal from Teton Village. Flanked by permanent log elements, part of the enclosure would be a seasonal snow & ice wall. The installation is intended to express the dynamic forces inherent to mountain skiing.
During an internship with Stephen Dynia, Rachel worked extensively on the dynamic roofs and sculpted fire places of the HUNT HOUSE.