Sopris Ranch

    Carbondale, Colorado

This home has an axis that connects the program of kitchen, dining, living and sleeping under a single extended roof form

 
 

 

+ The dining room is intended to act as a light-filled linking element that feels like an extension of the exterior terraces

+ This organization style is called a “breezeway cabin” and is found throughout the west and ranch vernacular

 
 

The home is situated on a large site overlooking grazing land in the foreground and the Elk Mountains in the background, while sited under an impressive cottonwood tree

 
 

The new house pays homage to historic Colorado agricultural architecture, yet parred down in a simple, modern translation

 
 
 

The singular roof form unifies the indoor and outdoor spaces

 
 

The purposefully placed walls, corners and roof are arranged to form distinct spaces for seamless living

 
 
 

Sopris Ranch

  • Carbondale, Colorado
  • 2,700 Sq Ft

    Services Provided

  • Architecture
  • Interior Design