American firm kt814 Architecture's contemporary rural home answers a very detailed design brief. The structure is located in Jackson — a town in Wyoming. The clients are a retired couple who has been on the move for a decade. With the decision to "age in place," they tapped into the expertise of kt814 Architecture.
The contemporary rural home needed to answer to ques of sustainability, be low-maintenance, have a degree of privacy and also embrace the outdoor environment by way of "generous vistas." The house is essentially "a trio of connected pavilions with shed roofs." For the silhouette of the structure, the company used two types of wood and installed an ample amount of windows that offer a strong visual connection between indoor and outdoor spaces.
Photo Credits: David Agnello
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