Mountain Peninsula Home: 2006 BALA Award Winner

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This second home with its 360 degree views carefully complements the natural vegetation surroundings by using materials selected to match the mountain. Extensive stone masonry connects the building to the site. Recycled wood timbers complement the stone to provide a sense of scale to the interior and exterior.

February 01, 2007

BEST IN MOUNTAIN REGION

 

This second home with its 360 degree views carefully complements the natural vegetation surroundings by using materials selected to match the mountain. Extensive stone masonry connects the building to the site. Recycled wood timbers complement the stone to provide a sense of scale to the interior and exterior of the home.

The main entrance leads up to the house with detailed recycled timber trusses, which continue throughout the gathering spaces of the entire home. A combination of old-world plaster, wood and stone add warmth, color and comfort to the interior spaces.

Project Name: Yellowstone Club

Location: Big Sky, Mont.

Designer/Architect: Locati Architects, Bozeman, Mont.

Builder: Schlauch Bottcher Construction, Bozeman, Mont.

Interior Designer: Locati Interiors, Bozeman, Mont.

Developer: The Yellowstone Club, Big Sky, Mont.

Land Planner: The Yellowstone Club, Big Sky, Mont.

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