Always and Forever

Audrey Hall

Mountain Living

November/December 2023

“Paul Bertelli and Travis Growney of Bozeman, Montana-based JLF Architects pride themselves on being good listeners. It’s what allows them to design completely original homes that perfectly balance the needs of their clients with cues provided by the land,” writes Mountain Living magazine in a feature on the firm’s architecture as demonstrated through the Jackson Hole house known as “Forest Edge,” photographed in drifts of winter snow. “The best way to describe our work is ‘critical regionalism,’” the magazine goes on to quote JLF design principal Bertelli as saying. “Wherever the house is, it should respond to the region it’s in, and that means the weather, the materials, the scale, even the politics. Everything influences architecture.”

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