Dubbe Moulder Architects  |  Jackson - Wyoming
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Green Meadow Residence | Dubbe Moulder Architects

Horizontal timber, plank siding and native stone lend the house a western appearance with a contemporary twist.

 

GREEN MEADOW RESIDENCE

Teton County, Wyoming  •  4,300 sq. ft.

Design Team: Kurt Dubbe AIA, Bryan Gleason, Nereida Ortiz

This residence is located in the Green Meadow subdivision in Teton County, Wyoming. The setting allows family members to have their privacy and also take advantage of the vast, panoramic views of the Teton range to the west, and views of the Sleeping Indian and the Gros Ventre Mountain range to the east.

The exterior materials, commonly found in the Jackson Hole area, such as horizontal timber, plank siding and native stone, give the house a western appearance with a contemporary twist. The living, dining room and kitchen boast high ceilings and an open floor plan with large windows framing commanding views of the mountains. Deep porches and a large outdoor living deck were designed to accommodate family and entertain guests while enjoying picturesque views. The yard was landscaped to create a variety of private outdoor living areas.