The interior layout provides visual connections between main level public spaces, plus the ability to close off rooms for privacy. The home’s design includes connections to outdoor living spaces and views to Maroon Creek, Roaring Fork, and Hunter Creek valleys.
Exterior materials were informed by the textural nature of the surrounding mountains as well as iconic National Park lodges. Natural stone veneer and wood slat siding pair with a standing seam metal roof. Additional materials and elements include a wood slat screen at the entry, heavy timber rafter tails, steel lintels, and a green roof over the living room.
The lower level includes space for a game room, gym, and massage room as well as back of house support.
Four bedroom suites and a bunk room allow for generous and flexible sleeping arrangements.
It includes multiple bedrooms, extensive decks and terraces, a pool and spa, and a generous motor court.
The tri-level home is located on a steep site set in a forest of aspen and fir trees, and was designed in a mountain vernacular with modern influences.