Park City, Utah
The steep sloping terrain and expansive views of the alpine landscape were essential in defining the form of the house. Two linear volumes intersect at the main living space connecting the guest and master wings. The pool volume continues into the forest; terminating as it cantilevers over a seasonal creek. The material palette complements the natural setting of the house: wood siding, concrete walls, stone masses and expanses of glass create a strong connection to the landscape.
2007 American Architecture Award
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