Everything Old Is New Again

(Photo: Audrey Hall)

Big Sky Journal HOME

April/May 2019

The idea wasn’t to build a trend-setting house. It was 2006, and log homes were still king in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. But the couple who owned a 6-acre hillside property in a private, wildlife-rich, low-density development between Jackson and Wilson wasn’t interested in building a log home … The first step — hiring an architect — was easy. “Paul was so interested in and excited by the property,” the homeowner says, referring to Paul Bertelli, design principal at JLF Architects. “And we got the feeling that he would listen to us … and that the end result would be a collaboration.”

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