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Eric Logan adds steel roof to his home in the Rocky Mountains

January 26, 2021 India Block 0
Logan Pavilion by CLB Architects

CLB Architects co-founder Eric Logan has renovated his self-designed home in Jackson, Wyoming, adding a cold-rolled steel gabled roof and a new kitchen. Logan originally built the home, appropriately titled Logan Pavilion, for his family in 1997. Its long, low form and gabled roof echo the hay sheds that populate the rural landscape in the shadow

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Pulleys open wood shutters covering Wyoming house by Olson Kundig

June 25, 2020 Kristine Klein 0
Teton House by Olson Kundig

US architecture firm Olson Kundig has installed large wooden shutters across the front of a house in Jackson Hole, Wyoming designed to take advantage of its mountainous landscape. Teton House comprises a rectangular glazed volume stacked on top of a stone wall and garage unit that comprise the house’s lower level. Wood shutters, operable by

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CLB situates Queen’s Lane Pavilion between two creeks on remote Wyoming site

October 7, 2019 Jenna McKnight 0
Queen's Lane Pavilion by Carney Logan Burke

Perforated metal screens and glazed walls define the exterior of this low-lying house in the American West, which was designed by CLB Architects to preserve wetlands and wildlife habitat. The Queen’s Lane Pavilion is part of a 180-acre (73-hectare) property in Jackson, a small town in western Wyoming. Over the past 20-plus years, local architecture

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House of Fir by kt814 Architecture sits among sagebrush in rural Wyoming

October 23, 2018 Jenna McKnight 0

American studio kt814 Architecture has created a single-storey dwelling for a retired couple, consisting of connected pavilions wrapped in large stretches of glass and two types of wood. Located in the town of Jackson, the House of Fir is situated on a 2.5-acre (one-hectare) parcel of land blanketed with sagebrush. Encompassing 3,185 square feet (296

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Historic homestead informs McLean Quinlan’s stone house in Wyoming

November 20, 2017 Bridget Cogley 0

British architecture firm McLean Quinlan has constructed a stone house in Jackson, Wyoming, modelled on a nearby 19th-century log cabin. The House in Jackson is a two-storey rectangular construction with a cedar shingled roof, situated on a sloped, open plot with surrounding views of the Teton mountains. “The orientation, design, and natural materials – reclaimed

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Historic homestead informs McLean Quinlan’s stone house in Wyoming

November 20, 2017 Bridget Cogley 0

British architecture firm McLean Quinlan has constructed a stone house in Jackson, Wyoming, modelled on a nearby 19th-century log cabin. The House in Jackson is a two-storey rectangular construction with a cedar shingled roof, situated on a sloped, open plot with surrounding views of the Teton mountains. “The orientation, design, and natural materials – reclaimed

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Studio Tack overhauls mid-century motel to create Anvil Hotel in Wyoming

May 27, 2017 Dan Howarth 0

Brooklyn-based Studio Tack has transformed a set of run-down structures into a cosy retreat, close to the rugged landscape of the Teton mountains and Yellowstone National Park. The Anvil Hotel’s 49 rooms are split over a collection of one- and two-storey buildings, which were first built as a motel in the 1950s. Its location in the

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