Tall Pony Ranch by Miller Architects

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Tall Pony Ranch

Tall Pony Ranch is a vacation home completed by Miller Architects, located in Montana, US.

Connecting the living spaces to the outdoors was important to this Los Angeles couple. Thus the two hewn buildings, one a barn and the other a homesteader’s cabin, create a private, yet open flow between the spaces. The woman’s years spent living in Paris guided the blue and ochre color palette as well as the garden directly off the kitchen.

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