Dubbe Moulder Architects  |  Jackson - Wyoming
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North Elk Ridge Residence

This large house was designed for spacious living, and built with reclaimed wood and stone, lending true rusticity to the whole structure.

North Elk Ridge Residence

Jackson Hole, Wyoming  •  6,500 sq. ft

Design Team: Kurt Dubbe, AIA; John Fabian, Nereida Ortiz

A mountain homestead sitting nearby the Teton Range blends in the landscape in the most natural manner with its walls built with reclaimed barn wood and native stone. The architectural covered bridge to the entrance welcomes visitors and leads them to the main door where a direct view of the Grand Teton awaits them through expansive windows. The sound of water is ever present, even as you walk through a corridor passing over a creek, soothing the mind as you walk to the master suite.