This mountain modern home was designed by Reid Smith Architects to hover above the trees, maximizing its surrounding views in Big Sky, Montana. This residence is nestled into its wooded site of the prestigious community of the Club at Spanish Peaks. The area offers its residents rest and relaxation, surrounded by rugged beauty. This particular home is the only modern home in the development.
With impressive design features, highlights includes ample windows to showcase the views and an elegant structure. The open layout offers clean lines and seamless transitions. Teton Heritage Builders also worked on the project, using materials elements of stone, steel and timber in the design to help create a rugged sense of place. Woods integrated throughout the design includes alder, poplar and oak, adding warmth and continuity.
Above: Exposed timber rafters and expansive floor-to-ceiling walls of glass gives this great room panoramic views of Lone Peak to the Yellowstone Club.
What We Love: This mountain modern home features clean lines, natural materials and expansive windows—capturing the mesmerizing views. The neutral color palette throughout the home allows the hues from the landscape to take center stage. Everything in this home is durable, low-maintanenance and very livable, making this an ideal home for entertaining and vacationing in… Readers, would you agree?
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Frontier sandstone, which is native to the region, can be seen bridging the wall of the great room and kitchen together. The fireplace in the living area is comprised of cold-rolled steel, with a blackened patina finish. Additional material selections includes concrete, granite and marble for the hard surfaces. Interior designers Denton House infused this modern mountain retreat with warmth. The effect was created by layering textures and using colors that reflects the areas natural surroundings.
Above: The kitchen features an expansive island and concrete countertops with an integral sink. Open shelving on the side of the island allows for additional storage. Adding an industrial nuance to the space is the plate steel framed windows with a blackened patina.
Above: The master bedroom suite is the only bedroom that is located on the main level. A private balcony overlooks the mountains in the distance.
Above: An expansive outdoor deck off the living room provides comfortable furnishings from Restoration Hardware. The space allows homeowners to relax in lounge chairs or dine al fresco, all the while enjoying views of the Spanish Peaks and Yellowstone Park.
Above: The residence was constructed on a steep, wooded and narrow property, so it needed to be designed to integrate into the landscape. The solution was to create a structure that was both linear and shallow.
Photos: Audrey Hall
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