Rustic Modern in Jackson Hole

(Photo: Audrey Hall)

Western Art & Architecture

August/September 2015

As a refuge for rusticators over the past century, Jackson Hole is populated with an eclectic array of log cabins, reclaimed timber structures, renovated barns, funky alternative dwellings and Modernist glass aeries. All are fitting expressions — each in its own way — of the Western experience, and an appropriate response to one of the world’s most iconic mountain settings. Indeed it is almost impossible to build in the area without the scenery constituting one of the most important voices in the dialogue…. JLF Architects are masters of regional vernacular expression, known for original place-based architecture imbued with a sense of permanence and handcraftedness.

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