Ski Chalet in the Yellowstone Club – A Grounded Nest at 2700m

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Designed by Locati Architects, Vikings View is a ski chalet located in the Yellowstone Club, Big Sky, Montana. Interior design scheme was conceived by the owner of chalet, Charlene Petersen of Cashmere Interior. The interior is very relaxing with stylish furnishings and finishes that are visually stunning. With a backdrop of neutral plaster and grey washed timbers, any accent of color and texture popped creating a place where the après ski is as fun as the skiing itself.

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Juxtaposition exudes: modern lighting against raw timbers, modern style upholstery with Native American Textiles. The design marries an American lumberjack with an ornamented worldly princess – and they really like each other!

Architects: Steve Gordon – Locati Architects, Big Sky, MT
Interior Design:Charlene Petersen – Cashmere Interior, Baltimore
Project: Vikings View ski chalet
Location: Yellowstone Club, Big Sky, Montana, US
Photography: Audrey Hall

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