Park City Modern

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Park City Modern

First conceived as a “JLF Modern,” this hillside Park City house is grounded in century-old Western history evoked through rustic reclaimed corral board siding, two-foot-thick Montana moss rock walls strategically deconstructed as tumbled “ruins” and a homesteader-like cluster of structures. Contemporary expanses of glass and steel connect timber and stone forms and invite nature, capturing high-country panoramas and the sounds and sparkle of multiple Verdone Landscape Architects water features, including a mining sluice box-style waterfall that flows under the opens-to-the-elements dining room. An oversized lacquered-and-weathered red steel front door by Paul Bertelli and Scott Epselin heralds the drama within – and earned a 2021 Mountain Living magazine cover.

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