The Boulder Retreat’s program called for a modest but expandable residential program to be interpreted in an architectural language that is abstract rather than literal in referencing the ubiquitous “western log cabin.”
The T-shaped form of Rimrock responds to the unique typography of the bluff upon which it is situated. Sited at the edge of a cliff, the house straddles two sides of wash atop a stable outcropping of tough, slow-cooled volcanic basalt.
Green Mountain Retreat is a winter vacation house in Warren, Vermont. The house sits quietly at the top of a meadow with an open westerly view below. The client and architect focused on integrating the residence into the landscape …
The exterior details at Boulder Ridge truly make the house shine. By siting the house into the slope, we were able to create an on-grade outdoor area with a grill, fire pit, water feature and bocce ball court overlooking the Fish Creek Falls Canyon.
On a down-sloping wooded site in Martis Valley, California, the Martis Camp house carves a serpentine form in the topography that simultaneously provides privacy toward the street while opening towards expansive meadow and Pacific Crest mountain views beyond.
Aspen Artist House is a modern mountain home designed by Miller Architects, an architecture studio based in Bozeman, Montana, USA. The house has a 3,100 sf and is located in Aspen, Colorado. From architect: Affording access to the surrounding slopes, both visually and physically, was a primary focus in the design of this home. Reclaimed barn […]