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Wyoming Home Enveloped In Warm Wooden Elements Seamlessly Blends Into Lush Landscape

Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Wood Home, kt814 Architects, Contemporist, Photography David Agnello
Photography ©David Agnello

There is a single building material that exudes the feeling of warmth, wood. A home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming is enveloped in a two-toned timber material. The vertical panels are dark-down Douglas fir and the horizontal panels are a light Cedar. The wooden façade allows the home to not only blend in more seamlessly into its surroundings but also provide the comfort every home desires.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Wood Home, kt814 Architects, Contemporist, Photography David Agnello
Photography ©David Agnello

Designed by kt814 architects as three connected pavilions, the home was built with a series of elements in mind. Sustainability, low maintenance and privacy were among the home’s most important design elements. To provide optimal insulation the home features an airtight double wall system. Additionally, the home also utilizes radiant floor heating and high-performance triple-glazed windows.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Wood Home, kt814 Architects, Contemporist, Photography David Agnello
Photography ©David Agnello

The three-pavilion design allows a separation of living spaces to include a separated area for office space, guest spaces, social or communicative areas and a master wing. To enable the home’s unobstructed views, large windows were installed throughout which allows views to the exterior but also create an incredibly well lit interior.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Wood Home, kt814 Architects, Contemporist, Photography David Agnello
Photography ©David Agnello

The interior, designed by Jacque Jenskins-Stireman Design took aspects of the exterior to incorporate throughout including the kitchen’s cabinetry and furniture, which uses Walnut, a similar hue to the exterior’s Douglas fir. Built-in designs allow for an optimal use of space and the warmth of the exterior flows inside with the minimalistic interior.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Wood Home, kt814 Architects, Contemporist, Photography David Agnello
Photography ©David Agnello

Building within a rich landscape is no easy task; an architect must mimic aspects of nature in order to blend harmoniously within it. Utilizing the rich, warm features of wood, this Wyoming home uses sustainability and modern design to create the perfect contemporary living space.

photography ©David Agnello
information courtesy of Contemporist

DISCLAIMER: The following project does not feature Alucobond® aluminum composite material (ACM). The “Industry (Architecture)” section of our blog focuses on extraordinary architectural works from around the world. While this project does not feature our ACM, we have included comparable samples to what was used in the project above.

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