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Serene and inviting home in Wyoming overlooks a picturesque meadow

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JLF Architects was commissioned to create this inviting home with rustic-contemporary design details, set in a picturesque meadow near Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The house bridges an ancient aspen grove to a spring-fed pond in a meadow. Reverence for the delicate landscape called for the design and construction of a house that is robust in structure, timeless in form, and responsive to sustainability.

It uses no fossil fuel HVAC sources and was constructed with a minimum disturbance to delicate natural water features on the property and wildlife habitat. The result is a blend of stone, wood, and metal imbued with a tone and texture that is ageless. Wrapped in nature, the house emanates a connection to place.

Project Team: Architect: JLF Architects | Landscape: Verdone Landscape Architects

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Consistently incorporating the elements of stacked stone and reclaimed wood in the exterior and interior environs creates a seamless link to the surrounding landscape. The graceful curve of the house invites guests from the courtyard to the threshold to enjoy subtle elegance.

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Oriented and shaped by the expansive pond on the property, the house centers on a dock and boathouse that define the essence of living in the shadow of the Teton Mountains.

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What We Love: This inviting home is surrounding by an unforgettable terrain that offers a feeling of tranquility. A natural color palette throughout this home helps to create a wonderful connection to nature. The structural forms and materials are simple and casually elegant, creating a welcoming environment to call home.

Tell Us: What do you think of the design of this home, do you think you could feel at peace living here? Let us know why or why not in the Comments below!

Note: Have a look at a couple of our favorite home tours that we have featured here on One Kindesign from the portfolio of the architects of this home, JLF Architects: Farmhouse-inspired residence with a fabulous greenhouse in Pennsylvania and Modern-rustic homestead showcases views over the Teton Range.

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Inside, the comfortable and streamlined interior design mirrors the wonders of Wyoming with a palette of lichen, green and blue. Sleek, yet approachable, the house is simultaneously serene and inviting.

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Refining the notion of country living, the dwelling takes a sophisticated point of view toward reclaimed and rustic materials. Fluidly transitioning between indoor and outdoor living as a reflection of the owners’ active lifestyle meant creating spaces that would easily open to the elements during the warm season and shelter in the colder months without feeling confining. The solution was expansive glass connections, from walls of windows to a corridor that links the more public spaces of the house to the private master suite.

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The rustic materials respond to the crescent-shape riverine property in a contemporary manner with two opposing curved structures surrounded by layers of beauty: first in antique, reclaimed, and regional materials, then by wetlands, open country and ultimately a ring of mountains.

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Above: The low-slung roofline of the house keeps a moderate profile on the landscape.

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Photos: Audrey Hall

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Red Dot
26 days ago

Very unique and striking home. But the kitchen backsplash is off. Way too busy.

Laura Johnston
26 days ago

Agree!! Way too much with the stone!

Michael D Keenoy
25 days ago

I love to see the stone used in so many areas. My question would be is the stone decorative, structural, or both?
The home looks very large but I could be comfortable there.