Enjoy Design: Outside In

(Photo: Audrey Hall)

Jackson Hole

Summer 2024

“Homes that invite the outside in—whether through the use of extensive glass, color palettes, fabrics, materials, or textures—touch something primal in us,” that makes us feel a part of the natural world, writes Jackson Hole magazine in the article “Outside In” in its summer issue. In describing the concept of biophilia—the idea of connecting humans to nature to improve wellbeing—JH reached out to JLF Architects, sharing a photo of the glass-walled dining room from the JLF/Big-D Signature design-build team’s Indian Springs project and interviewing JLF design principal Paul Bertelli. “The homeowners had a vision for a home that respected the surrounding landscape,” Bertelli tells the magazine. The team incorporated native fieldstone, reclaimed barnwood, and hewn timbers in the home’s materials palette to reflect a sense of place, while expansive window walls erase boundaries between outdoors and in.

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