Teton Idyll

(Photo: Audrey Hall)

Western Art & Architecture

April/May 2021

“After visiting an iconic dude ranch in the Bighorn Mountains for 15 years, one family set out to find their own permanent year-round home…. The East Coast residents had a shortlist of towns to consider, but once they’d visited Jackson Hole, they dispensed with the rest…. The clients envisioned a contemporary yet rustic home, and they wanted to achieve LEED certification. For that, they turned to JLF Design-Build, a collaboration between JLF Architects and Big-D Construction. The architects, Paul Bertelli and Travis Growney, originally looked to the clients’ historic East Coast home as inspiration for the project.”

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