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The Lone Pine compound is set at the base of the Teton Range in a resort development at the edge of an open valley. Sited to take advantage of open spaces and view sheds, the house is oriented to screen neighboring structures while capitalizing on near views of the adjacent ski resort and surrounding mountain ranges.
Project name
Lone Pine
Architecture firm
CLB Architects
Location
Teton Village, Wyoming, USA
Photography
Matthew Millman
Located on a sagebrush plain north of Jackson, Wyoming, Logan Pavilion is the family home of Eric Logan, Design Principal at CLB Architects, and his wife, two college-age daughters, and their pets. Originally built in 1997 on an aggressive four-month construction schedule and a tight budget, the minimalist home has adapted over time, evolving with...
Project name
Logan Pavilion
Architecture firm
CLB Architects
Location
Jackson, Wyoming, USA
Photography
Kevin Scott
The Queen’s Lane Pavilion is the fifth project that CLB Architects has designed for one family on the same property over a 25-year period. The compound of buildings represents the evolution of the family’s developing design aesthetic from the first structure, a traditional log home, to the most recent, a steel and glass pavilion.
Project name
Queen’s Lane Pavilion
Architecture firm
CLB Architects
Location
Jackson, Wyoming, USA
Photography
Matthew Millman
Five Shadows, located on a prime site at the base of the Teton Mountain Range, belies the density of the surrounding area. Sited at the western boundary of a development, the project lives in the fringes of a meadow near an aspen and conifer forest that cascades down from the summit of Rendezvous Peak.
Project name
Five Shadows
Architecture firm
CLB Architects
Location
Teton Village, Wyoming, USA
Photography
Matthew Millman
Riverbend is a family retreat located on the east bank of the Snake River adjacent to Grand Teton National Park. The house nestles against the river, which forms the north and west perimeter of an 18-acre wooded property that features dramatic mountain views to the north through a veil of cottonwood trees. A careful study of the relationship betwee...
Project name
Riverbend Residence
Architecture firm
CLB Architects
Location
Jackson, Wyoming, USA
Photography
Matthew Millman (fall), Tom Harris (winter)