The Peaks View residence's two gabled roofs come together at a 90-degree angle.

Peaks View Residence, Jackson, Wyo.

  • Peaks View Residence - Carney Logan Burke Architects, Jackson, Wyo.

    The Peaks View residence's two gabled roofs come together at a 90-degree angle.

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    The Peaks View residence's two gabled roofs come together at a 90-degree angle.

    Matthew Millman

    Peaks View Residence, Jackson, Wyo. - Front Entry
    Merit Award - Custom Home / More Than 5,000 Square Feet
    Entrant/Architect: Carney Logan Burke Architects, Jackson, Wyo.
    Builder: Dembergh Construction, Wilson, Wyo.
    Landscape architect: Hershberger Design, Jackson
    Living space: 6,700 square feet
    Site: 3 acres
    Construction cost: Withheld
    Photographer: Matthew Millman.

    The Peaks View residence's two gabled roofs come together at a 90-degree angle.

  • Peaks View Residence - Carney Logan Burke Architects, Jackson, Wyo.

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    By placing the gabled roofs at the front of the house, Carney Logan Burke Architects helped the project fit into its traditionally-styled neighborhood.

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    By placing the gabled roofs at the front of the house, Carney Logan Burke Architects helped the project fit into its traditionally-styled neighborhood.

  • Peaks View Residence - Carney Logan Burke Architects, Jackson, Wyo.

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    The flat-roofed, glass-walled living pavilion extends into the backyard.

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    The flat-roofed, glass-walled living pavilion extends into the backyard.

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    The architects placed the more modern living pavilion on the rear of the house, where it won't disrupt the neighborhood context.

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    The architects placed the more modern living pavilion on the rear of the house, where it won't disrupt the neighborhood context.

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    A concrete fireplace anchors the glass living room.

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    A concrete fireplace anchors the glass living room.

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    The clients own a rare kimono, which inspired delicate details such as a floating staircase.

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    The clients own a rare kimono, which inspired delicate details such as a floating staircase.

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    A closer view of the staircase.

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    A closer view of the staircase.

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    Wood detailing keeps the interiors feeling warm and welcoming.

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    Wood detailing keeps the interiors feeling warm and welcoming.

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    The project's site plan.

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    The project's site plan.

The judges loved the design and craftsmanship of this 6,700-square-foot Wyoming residence. “It doesn’t seem overdone, even at this scale,” one juror said. Another judge noted the home’s “consistently good detailing.”

Architect Eric Logan faced the formidable challenge of visually integrating the home into its neighborhood while still making a distinctive building. He decided to break down the plan into three interlinked pavilions, two of which feature gabled roofs. The third, more modern portion is less visible from the street. Its cantilevered roof extends deep into the backyard, creating a protected outdoor room with wide-angle views of the Teton mountain range.

An interior materials palette of wood, glass, and plaster conveys a warm simplicity. “The clients were definitely interested in a light, bright interior that was connected to the site,” Logan says. The owners’ art collection includes a kimono that served as a touchstone for


Entrant/Architect: Carney Logan Burke Architects, Jackson, Wyo.; Builder: Dembergh Construction, Wilson, Wyo.; Landscape architect: Hershberger Design, Jackson; Living space: 6,700 square feet; Site: 3 acres; Construction cost: Withheld; Photographer: Matthew Millman.


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