This amazingly modern abode by Chris Price from architecture firm Park City Design+Build stands out in a sleek manner amid the natural setting. Without a doubt, the most challenging aspect of designing the residence is the steeply sloped site. Dubbed 'TreeHaus' and located in a popular ski resort near Salt Lake City, Utah, the house's integration into the hillside is essential to the layout and exterior aesthetic.
With an intricate attention to detail and positioning, as well as some last-minute on-the-fly decisions, architect Chris Price successfully submerges the modern abode with the surrounding landscape. The result is a family-oriented residency that captures the eye by way of its stacked volume design and the contemporary aesthetic of the darkly stained cedar planks.
Photo Credits: Cityhome Collective, Kerri Fukui
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