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May 2020

“It’s one thing to create a compound on the sprawling acreage of a ranch. But it’s quite another to create a compound-like setting on a site that sits at the edge of a golf course. However, says John Lauman, of JLF Architects, in this case, his clients were specifically not interested in a starter castle. Rather, they were seeking a more modestly scaled presence for what was to be their full-time home. They would use a layout of buildings to create a sense of arrival, screen out neighbors, and direct one’s gaze to the primary southern views over open space toward the Teton Mountains. And the multiple structures, mostly attached, would create privacy and a sense of remoteness.”

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