DRIGGS HIDEAWAY

Completion – Fall 2025

Nestled in the serene landscape of Driggs, Idaho, this custom residential project is a blend of timeless design and natural beauty. The home is uniquely situated to maximize the stunning views of the panoramic Big Hole Mountain Range and offers picturesque glimpses of the majestic Grand Teton, creating a living experience that is both intimate and expansive.

The architecture thoughtfully engages with its unique landscape, employing materials and textures that echo the surrounding environment while asserting a unique aesthetic. The roof is crafted from Corten steel, a material chosen for its weathered appearance and durability, which harmoniously blends with the rustic landscape. This is complemented by blackened wood siding, a technique that not only provides a striking contrast to the natural tones of the setting but also offers resilience and sustainability.

Local stacked stone grounds the structure within its site, providing a tactile connection to the region’s geological heritage. These materials are not just chosen for their aesthetic qualities but for their ability to withstand the local climate, ensuring that the home is both beautiful and enduring. This custom home in Driggs, Idaho, is a testament to the possibility of creating a modern, sustainable residence that is deeply connected to its landscape and locale.

DRIGGS HIDEAWAY

Completion – Fall 2025

Nestled in the serene landscape of Driggs, Idaho, this custom residential project is a blend of timeless design and natural beauty. The home is uniquely situated to maximize the stunning views of the panoramic Big Hole Mountain Range and offers picturesque glimpses of the majestic Grand Teton, creating a living experience that is both intimate and expansive.

The architecture thoughtfully engages with its unique landscape, employing materials and textures that echo the surrounding environment while asserting a unique aesthetic. The roof is crafted from Corten steel, a material chosen for its weathered appearance and durability, which harmoniously blends with the rustic landscape. This is complemented by blackened wood siding, a technique that not only provides a striking contrast to the natural tones of the setting but also offers resilience and sustainability.

Local stacked stone grounds the structure within its site, providing a tactile connection to the region’s geological heritage. These materials are not just chosen for their aesthetic qualities but for their ability to withstand the local climate, ensuring that the home is both beautiful and enduring. This custom home in Driggs, Idaho, is a testament to the possibility of creating a modern, sustainable residence that is deeply connected to its landscape and locale.

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