This spectacular modern house was designed by CLB Architects, nestled in the seclusion of a breathtaking forest in the quaint village of Wilson, a quaint village at the bottom of Teton Pass, Wyoming.
Initially completed by the architects in 2003, the 2,400-square-foot home straddles both spatial and budgetary constraints on a picturesque site with a small buildable area.
A cantilevered, cedar-clad projection from the second level further extends the immersion, allowing daily activities to coexist within expansive views of the outdoors.
In the kitchen, white oak cabinetry modules are framed by powder-coated steel to mimic the home’s structurally expressive exterior, and a reinvented island allows for easy entertaining.
The main bathroom reverses the original plan, positioning the bathtub near the window and wrapping the ceiling and walls in tile and warm wood finishes.
On the lower level, you will find a guest bedroom and entry area that are nestled close to the hillside and flooded with natural light by the expansive, two-story window that lines the main stairwell.