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PORTRAIT BY DEBORAH COTA

We all do it: We associate architects and interior designers with the spaces they create for other people. All it takes is a few notable projects and a designer becomes known as “the rustic guy” or “the one who uses bold colors.” But often, those hallmarks are a total departure from that pro’s personal style. And each time I make that discovery, it takes me by surprise. It really shouldn’t. A good designer has the knowledge and the eye to do justice to most any aesthetic, even if he or she would never choose to live with it at home. Even so, I was delighted to learn that after a day spent pondering the restoration of the classic Western ranch properties for which his firm is so well known, architect Paul Bertelli goes home to a compact, crisp white loft in downtown Bozeman, Montana (see it on page 114). And that Balz and Christina Arrigoni, whose company Arrigoni Woods clads some of the most spectacular mountain homes with gorgeous wood floors, live in a home (on page 130) that looks like a charming Swiss chalet from the outside and a colorful mod-in-themountains pad inside. Take a look, then send me a note and let me know what you think. I’m betting you’ll be surprised and delighted too.

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1 1. The angular GEOMETRIC FIRE PIT from Design Within Reach comes in two colors and sizes and burns wood or charcoal. From $1,195; dwr.com

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4. A fire pit that converts to a stool, table or planter, the modular GROOVEBOX 1.0 FIRE PIT by designer Eric Green can be configured to burn wood, ethanol, natural gas or propane. $685; grooveboxmodernfurniture.com 5. Gather ’round the COWBOY CAULDRON and you’ll feel like you’re in the Old West. Handmade of thick pressed steel, it will last for generations. From $1,295; cowboycauldron.com 6. Modfire’s sleek and fun URBANFIRE outdoor fireplaces, designed and handmade in Arizona, come in models that burn wood, propane, ethanol or natural gas. Starting at $1,350; modfire.com ○

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The folks at SPIRIT HOUND DISTILLERS pick juniper berries from the banks of the St. Vrain River in Lyons to make their fresh “wild-crafted” gin that’s so smooth, you can skip the tonic. spirithounds.com Brothers P.T. and Lee Wood of WOOD’S HIGH MOUNTAIN DISTILLERY in Salida make spirits—like their spicy Tenderfoot Whiskey—that “shine with the essence of the mountains of Colorado.” woodsdistillery.com

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Buena Vista’s DEERHAMMER DISTILLING COMPANY open-air ferments five varieties of locally grown and malted barley to create its subtle and roasty, American-style Down Time Single Malt Whiskey. deerhammer.com


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BROADMOOR GONE WILD IT’S A WESTERN VACATION CONUNDRUM: Do you opt for a bit of pampering at one of the high country’s luxury resorts or choose a getaway that’ll leave some trail dust on your boots? Turns out, you don’t have to choose, thanks to the Broadmoor’s Ranch at Emerald Valley, the first of several venues that will comprise the historical Colorado Springs resort’s new “Wilderness Experience.” Once a secluded retreat for the Pikes Peak Mountain Trails Camp Association, of which Broadmoor founder Spencer Penrose and a handful of his millionaire buddies were the sole members, the ranch and its buildings have been transformed into a rustic-luxe mountain getaway for just 32 guests. The property’s existing log cabins and main lodge have been spruced up to meet Broadmoor standards—think cozy-classic décor, heated floors, deluxe bathrooms, plush king-size beds and wood-burning fireplaces—and take full advantage of views of Mt. Vigil, Grayback Peak and the pristine Emerald Valley. Days start bright and early with “cowboy coffee” served around the lodge fire pit at 7 a.m., and end with a fine-dining take on the traditional family-style dinner. (We like that you can choose to dine with fellow guests at a large communal table or, if you aren’t feeling so social, at your own private table.) In between, there’s a long list of outdoor adventures to try. Horseback riding? Check. Guided hikes and fly-fishing excursions? Check, check. Mountain biking? They’ve got that too, along with pristine ponds for canoeing and even an archery range. And as for that pampering, it’s just a scenic shuttle ride away at the Broadmoor, where a top-notch spa—along with three golf courses, indoor and outdoor swimming pools and a fitness center—await.

IF YOU GO: The Broadmoor’s Ranch at Emerald Valley is open from May through October. All meals and most activities are included in the daily rate; Jeep tours, river rafting, fly-fishing lessons and hot-air ballooning are available for an extra charge. Rates from $435 per person, per night; kids under 6 are free. broadmoor.com/ranch ○

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C A N M OR E , A B, C A NA DA

Renaissance redefines the finest luxury living in the Canadian Rockies. Situated west of Calgary in the Canmore region where world-class skiing, hiking, golf and fresh air abounds. 2, 3, 4 BR suites. $800,000 - $3,000,000. Michael Zelenski. mzelenski@sothebysrealty.ca.

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PA R A DI SE VA L L E Y, A Z

The art of fine Arizona living awaits in this privately gated, newer Tuscan estate. Ideal open floor plan melds great room, rotunda dining room, island kitchen and game room into the perfect blend of living and entertaining space. Executive office, guest Casita, 5-car garage. $3,700,000. Frank Aazami.

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty +1 480.266.0240 | tourfactory.com/1006742

G ROV E L A N D, C A

365 acre Heart Valley Ranch with charming cottage and 2 barns features live water and open meadows. Convenient location 2 hours from the San Francisco Bay Area and close to local towns and world-class outdoor recreation. In historic, scenic Gold Country. $1,500,000. Bobbi Decker.

Today Sotheby’s International Realty +1 650.346.5352 | HeartValleyRanch.com

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Approx 11,800 sf home w/ 6 BR, lake, beach, tennis, manager’s building. 140± acre wine country paradise with 70± plantable acres, 10± mins to Sonoma Plaza, 50± mins to San Francisco. WEB: 0243305. Price upon request. Donald Van de Mark.

Sotheby’s International Realty Wine Country Brokerage +1 707.337.2227 | SonomaRanchEstate.com

CAREFREE, AZ

5 acre estate home offers end-of-the-road gated privacy, incredible sunsets and mountain views. Elegant and luxurious plus high-tech 2008 amenities, disappearing wall of glass, pool and spa. Charming small town lifestyle includes art, dining, shopping, plus world class golf. $2,500,000. Debbie Omundson.

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty +1 480.375.1522 | CarefreeProperty.com

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Irreplaceable high country escape on 71+ acres. Drive or fly into one of the most peaceful settings in all of Arizona. Don't miss this once in a lifetime chance to own a piece of Arizona history. Just a short 2 hour drive from Scottsdale! $7,950,000. Bob Hassett. bhassett@russlyon.com

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty +1 602.750.1000 | russlyon.com

G ROV E L A N D, C A

Stunning 3 acre lake view property nestled above Pine Mountain Lake. Located in the scenic Sierra Nevada foothills in private community with lake, golf, tennis and more. Elegant 4 BR, 3.5 bath, 4,400 sf home with 2-car garage plus 2,300 sf unfinished living space. Price upon request. Bobbi Decker.

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T WA I N HA RT E , C A

5 acre mountain retreat w/ private spring-fed lake, year-round stream and lush forest. 3 BR, 4 bath 4,000 sf home, guest suite with kitchen, 2-car garage, 2 detached writer's studios & 3 yurts. A unique property located in the heart of Gold Country. $1,688,000. Bobbi Decker. Bobbi@BobbiDecker.com

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C AV E C R E E K , A Z

Rare 10 acre family-compound estate in premium location with frontage on the creek and 3,000 acre Park, miles of mtn trails! 6 BR, guest house, caretaker home, 2 disappearing walls of glass, 2 patios, outdoor kitchens, garages for 8-10 cars. Spectacular sunset views and privacy. $3,200,000. Debbie Omundson.

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty +1 480.375.1522 | CarefreeProperty.com

C AT H E Y ’ S VA L L E Y, C A

Located 3 hrs from the San Francisco Bay Area, this 600-acre gentleman’s ranch was the original vision for Hollywood’s designer-builder Fred Smathers. Mediterranean estate, equestrian facilities, lake, agricultural/pasture land, hunting and fishing. $7,950,000. Melissa Crawford & Cristina di Grazia.

Decker Bullock Sotheby’s International Realty +1 415.302.0057/ 710.1048 | guadalupemtnranch.com

I DY L LW I L D, C A

Situated on approximately 6 acres adjacent to a national forest, this home is self-contained and a true entertainer and nature lovers retreat. 4,400 sf home with guest house. Price upon request. Marc Lange. mlange@homgroup.com

HÔM Sotheby’s International Realty +1 760.834.5484 | iamthedesert.com

L I N V I L L E , NC

This newly renovated mountain estate boasts the best views in North Carolina. Features include 5 fireplaces, elevator and gourmet kitchen! Linville Ridge is a private golf community in the Blue Ridge Mountains offering tennis, croquet, 4 dining options and other club amenities. $2,861,000.

Linville Ridge Sotheby’s International Realty +1 888.725.4095 | linvilleridge.com

C AV E C R E E K , A Z

Adobe Western hideaway in sunny Arizona! A work of art, reclaimed and handcrafted materials join double-thick adobe walls and 22’ beamed ceilings for a one-of-a-kind 4+ acre gated retreat. 4 BR, guest house. Ideal outdoor living room and kitchen. Award-winning pool and spa. $2,100,000. Debbie Omundson.

Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty +1 480.375.1522 | CarefreeProperty.com

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With 19 separate parcels totaling 3,700 acres, Lucky Star Ranch boasts 4 registered gold mines, remains of a century-old mining encampment and views that span the width of California, including the iconic Half Dome in Yosemite National Park. $6,988,000. Bobbi Decker. Bobbi@BobbiDecker.com

Today Sotheby’s International Realty +1 650.346.5352 | LuckyStarRanch.info

M U R R I E TA , C A

Welcome to Blue Star Farms. This 20-acre gated ranch estate once owned by former President Ronald Reagan rests against a magnificent mountain backdrop and is a one-of-a-kind equestrian paradise. $3,995,000. John Giddins.

Sotheby’s International Realty Sunset Strip Brokerage +1 310.888.3799 | sothebyshomes.com

A B IQU I U, N M

Rancho de Abiquiu in Georgia O’Keeffe Country. 12,273 sf grand hacienda on 263 acres includes the 2,570 sf historical Ruth House, guest casitas, plus livestock and equestrian facilities. 1.2 miles of Chama River front with water rights. $7,500,000. Maureen Mestas & Jarred Conley.

Sotheby’s International Realty Santa Fe Brokerage +1 505.310.1050 | sothebyshomes.com/santafe

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ARCHITECTS & INTERIOR DESIGNERS

The editors of Mountain Living are pleased to present the 2013 edition of Top Mountain Architects & Interior Designers, your exclusive guide to the most talented and influential architects, design /build professionals and interior designers at work in the West today

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Abramson Teiger Architects 310-838-8998, abramsonteiger.com 8924 Lindblade Street Culver City, CA 90232

Allied Works Architecture 503-227-1737, alliedworks.com 1532 S.W. Morrison Street Portland, OR 97205

Arch11 303-546-6868, arch11.com 3100 Carbon Place, Suite 100 Boulder, CO 80301

Aidlin Darling Design 415-974-5603, aidlin-darling-design.com 500 Third Street, Suite 410 San Francisco, CA 94107

ALM Architects 970-328-9690, almarchitects.com P.O. Box 5211 Vail, CO 81658

Archaeo Architects 505-820-7200, archaeoarchitects.com 1519 Upper Canyon Road, Studio A Santa Fe, NM 87501

AJA Studio 970-376-2575, aja-studio.com P.O. Box 4326 Edwards, CO 81632

Anderson Architecture 208-726-6054, andersonarc.com 371 N. Main Street, Suite 202 Ketchum, ID 83333

Archi-Scape 505-670-2375, archi-scape.com 320 Aztec Street, Suite A200 Santa Fe, NM 87501

Allen-Guerra Design-Build 970-453-7002, allen-guerra.com 1915 Airport Road, Suite 105 Breckenridge, CO 80424

Apparatus Architecture 415-703-0904, apparatus.com 357 Grove Street San Francisco, CA 94102

Architect Susan Desko 208-726-0155, susandesko-aia.com P.O. Box 6496 Ketchum, ID 83340

Allen + Philp Architects/Interiors 480-990-2800, allenphilp.com 7154 E. Stetson Drive, Fourth Floor Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Arapahoe Architects 970-453-8474, arapahoearchitects.com 322 N. Main Street, Suite C Breckenridge, CO 80424

Architectural Workshop 303-788-1717, archshop.com 280 S. Pennsylvania Street Denver, CO 80209


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TOP MOUNTAIN ARCHITECTS Architecture W 503-239-5848, architecturew.com 240 N. Broadway, Suite 208 Portland, OR 97227 Axial Arts Architecture 970-276-7295, axialarts.com 198 E. Lincoln Avenue Hayden, CO 81639 B3 Architects 805-966-1547, b3architects.com 1222 State Street, Suite 250 Santa Barbara, CA 93101 Backen Gillam Kroeger Architects 415-289-3860, bgarch.com 2352 Marinship Way Sausalito, CA 94965 Balance Associates, Architects 206-322-7737, balanceassociates.com 80 Vine Street, Suite 201 Seattle, WA 98121 BAMO, Inc. 415-979-9880, bamo.com 1000 Brannan Street, Suite 300 San Francisco, CA 94103 Barnes Gromatzky Kosarek Architects 512-476-7133, bgkarchitects.com 1508 W. Fifth Street, Suite 200 Austin, TX 78703

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Barrett Studio Architects 303-449-1141, barrettstudio.com 1944 20th Street Boulder, CO 80302

THE BEST DESIGN ADVICE I’VE EVER BEEN GIVEN:

“Architecture and design are a journey. We need to always be open to taking a risk and exploring new ideas and materials or we risk becoming stagnant and irrelevant.” Kyle Webb, K.H. Webb Architects

Blue Line Architects 303-893-0346, bluelinearchitects.com 1444 Market Street Denver, CO 80202 Bohlin Cywinski Jackson 206-256-0862, bcj.com 1932 First Avenue, Suite 916 Seattle, WA 98101 Boniface + Associates 505-983-5266, boniface.com 1012 Marquez Place, Suite 301A Santa Fe, NM 87505 Bosworth Hoedemaker 206-545-8434, bosworthhoedemaker.com 6113 13th Avenue South Seattle, WA 98108 BraytonHughes Design Studios 415-291-8100, bhdstudios.com 639 Howard Street San Francisco, CA 94105 Brewster McLeod Architects 970-544-0130, brewstermcleod.com 112 South Mill Street, Top Floor Aspen, CO 81611 Burdge & Associates Architects 208-495-3228, buaia.com 21 Comet Lane, Unit E Hailey, ID 83333 Candace Lindell Design 707-935-0861 1235 Henry Road Napa, CA 94559

Comma-Q Architecture 406-585-1112, commaq.com 109 N. Rouse Avenue, Suite 1 Bozeman, MT 59715 Craig Melvin Architects 970-728-5251, craigmelvinarchitects.com 200 1/2 S. Oak Street P.O. Box 3574 Telluride, CO 81435 Curtis & Windham Architects 713-942-7251, curtisandwindham.com 3815 Montrose Blvd., Suite 100 Houston, TX 77006 Cutler Anderson Architects 206-842-4710, cutler-anderson.com 135 Parfitt Way S.W. Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 Dale Cox Architects 530-550-9144, dalecoxarchitects.com P.O. Box 459 Truckee, CA 96160 Dan Joseph Architects 800-800-3935, djawest.com P.O. Box 161911 Big Sky, MT 59716 David A. Beal & Associates 303-443-9613, dabassoc.com 1526 Spruce Street, Suite 201 Boulder, CO 80302 David Johnston Architects 970-925-3444, djarchitects.com 418 E. Cooper Street, Suite 206 Aspen, CO 81611

Barton Phelps & Associates, Architects & Planners 323-934-8615, bpala.com 5514 Wilshire Blvd., 10th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90036

Candelaria Design 602-604-2001, candelariadesign.com 4450 N. 12th Street, Suite 278 Phoenix, AZ 85014

Bercovitz Design Architects 970-728-4555, bercovitzdesign.com 119 W. Colorado Avenue, Suite A Telluride, CO 81435

Carney Logan Burke Architects 307-733-4000, clbarchitects.com 215 S. King Street Jackson, WY 83001

Berglund Architects 970-926-4301, berglundarchitects.com 210 Edwards Village Blvd., Suite A103 Edwards, CO 81632

CCY Architects 970-927-4925, ccyarchitects.com 228 Midland Avenue Basalt, CO 81621

Berlin Architects 307-733-5697, berlinarchitects.com 275 Veronica Lane Jackson, WY 83001

Centre Sky Architecture 303-840-0020, centresky.com 10125 Rancho Montecito Drive Parker, CO 80138

Douglas Miller DeChant Architects/Shepherd Resources 970-949-3302, sriarchitect.com 37347 U.S. Highway 6, Suite 102 Avon, CO 81620

BHH Partners Planners/Architects 970-453-6880, bhhpartners.com 160 E. Adams Street Breckenridge, CO 80424

Charles Cunniffe Architects 970-925-5590, cunniffe.com 610 E. Hyman Avenue Aspen, CO 81611

Dubbe-Moulder Architects 307-733-9551, dubbe-moulder.com 1160 Alpine Lane, Suite 2A Jackson Hole, WY 83002

Bitnar Architects 406-587-1983, bitnararchitects.com 502 S. Grand Avenue Bozeman, MT 59715

Cheng Design 510-849-3272, chengdesign.com 2808 San Pablo Avenue Berkeley, CA 94702

E. Cummings Architect 970-728-8177, ecummingsarchitect.com 123 Spruce Street Telluride, CO 81435

DGBK Architects 604-682-1664, dgbk.com 1500 W. Georgia Street, Suite 950 Vancouver, British Columbia V6G 2Z6 DHR Architecture 303-355-2460, dhrarchitecture.com 3200 Cherry Creek South Drive, Suite 410 Denver, CO 80209

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TOP MOUNTAIN ARCHITECTS Jeffrey Berkus Architects 970-925-7017, jeffreyberkusarchitects.com 430 W. Main Street Aspen, CO 81611

G.R. Design Group Architects 970-728-0656, telluridearchitect.com 114 Aldasoro Road Telluride, CO 81435

JLF & Associates 406-587-8888, jlfarchitects.com 140 E. Main Street, Suite A Bozeman, MT 59715

Graybeal Architects 970-704-1188, graybealarchitects.com 0188 Sunset Lane Carbondale, CO 81623

JLS Design 530-587-5232, tahoearchitect.com 10374 Donner Pass Road Truckee, CA 96162

Green Line Architects 970-963-6689, greenlinearchitects.com 65 N. Fourth Street, Suite 5 Carbondale, CO 81623

John Malick & Associates 510-595-8042, jmalick.com 1195 Park Avenue, Suite 102 Emeryville, CA 94608

Hagman Architects 970-927-3822, hagmanarchitects.com 104 Midland Avenue, Suite 201 Basalt, CO 81621

John T. Midyette III & Associates 505-983-2639, johntmidyettearchitect.com 1125 Canyon Road Santa Fe, NM 87501

Fänas Architecture 303-444-5380, fanasarchitecture.com 1773 Hawthorne Place Boulder, CO 80304

Harry Teague Architects 970-927-4862, harryteaguearchitects.com 129 Emma Road, Suite A Basalt, CO 81621

Kelly & Stone Architects 970-875-0590, ksaarch.com 465 Anglers Drive Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

Faulkner Architects 530-582-7400, faulknerarchitects.com 12242 Business Park Drive, Suite 18 Truckee, CA 96161

Hart Howerton 435-655-8120, harthowerton.com 311 Main Street Park City, UT 84060

KGA Studio Architects 303-442-5882, kgarch.com 950 Spruce Street Louisville, CO 80027

Faure Halvorsen Architects 406-587-1204, faurehalvorsen.com 1425 W. Main Street, Suite A Bozeman, MT 59715

Hawtin Jorgensen Architects 307-733-4364, hawtinjorgensen.com 265 E. Kelly Street Jackson, WY 83001

K.H. Webb Architects 970-477-2990, khwebb.com 710 W. Lionshead Circle, Suite A Vail, CO 81657

Feather & Gill Architects 505-471-2195, featherandgill.com 418 Cerrillos Road, Suite 24 Santa Fe, NM 87501

Hendricks Architecture 208-265-4001, hendricksarch.com 418 Pine Street Sandpoint, ID 83864

Kibo Group Architecture 406-542-5050, kibogroup.com 725 S.W. Higgins, Suite D Missoula, MT 59803

Finholm Architects 970-925-5713, finholmarchitects.com P.O. Box 5546 Snowmass Village, CO 81615

High Plains Architects 406-896-0250, highplainsarchitects.com 2720 Minnesota Avenue Billings, MT 59103

K.M.A., Inc. 406-222-8611 409 E. Callender Livingston, MT 59047

Folwell Studios Architecture 720-334-1168, folwellstudios.com 7080 Indian Peaks Trail Boulder, CO 80301

Hoyt/CTA Architects Engineers 406-248-7455, ctagroup.com 13 N. 23rd Street Billings, MT 59101

Krannitz Gehl Architects 206-547-8233, krannitzgehl.com 765 N.E. Northlake Way Seattle, WA 98105

Galambos Architects 970-429-1286, galambosarchitects.net Building 314 AABC, Suite D Aspen, CO 81611

Ibarra Rosano Design Architects 520-795-5477, ibarrarosano.com 2849 E. Sylvia Street Tucson, AZ 85716

Lake | Flato Architects 210-227-3335, lakeflato.com 311 Third Street San Antonio, TX 78205

Gen Architects 503-243-7183, genarch.com 11001 S.W. Riverside Drive Portland, OR 97219

Jaffa Group 435-615-6873, jaffagroup.com 1960 Sidewinder Drive, Suite 101 Park City, UT 84060

Lea Sisson Architect 970-925-1224, leasissonarchitects.com 118 W. Main Street Aspen, CO 81611

Gettliffe Architecture 303-449-9155, gettliffe.com 3014 Bluff Street, Unit 101 Boulder, CO 80301

James Hardy Architect 970-728-1278, jharchitect.com 100 W. Colorado Avenue, Suite 209 Telluride, CO 81435

Lipkin Warner Design & Planning 970-927-8473, lipkinwarner.com 701 E. Valley Road, Suite 201 Basalt, CO 81621

Earl Anderson Architects 720-529-8828, earlanderson.com 99 Inverness Drive East, Suite 250B Englewood, CO 80112 Eggers Architecture 970-724-3411, eggersarchitecture.com P.O. Box 798 Kremmling, CO 80459 Ellis Nunn & Associates 307-733-1779, ellisnunnarchitects.com 70 N. Center Street Jackson, WY 83002 Eric Hedlund Design 208-755-2488, eh-design.net P.O. Box 3741 Coeur d’Alene, ID 83816 Ewing Architects 626-584-0860, ewingarchitects.com 723 E. California Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91106

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THE BEST DESIGN ADVICE I’VE EVER BEEN GIVEN:

“Frank Zappa said, ‘Art is making something out of nothing and selling it.’ I figure if you are going to do all the work of making a piece of architecture, you might as well make it art, too.” Jack Snow, RKD Architects

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Gies Architects, Inc. 970-328-9280, giesarchitects.com 404 Broadway, Unit C Eagle, CO 81631


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Locati Architects 406-587-1139, locatiarchitects.com 1007 E. Main Street, Suite 202 Bozeman, MT 59715

Mayer Sattler-Smith 907-277-7878, mayersattler-smith.com 1104 W. Seventh Avenue Anchorage, AK 99501

Lundell Architects + Associates, P.C. 303-270-0189, lundellarchitects.com 5650 Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Suite 139 Greenwood Village, CO 80111

McLaughlin & Associates Architects 208-726-9392, mclaughlinarchitects.com 100 S. Leadville Avenue, Third Floor Ketchum, ID 83340

Manchester Architects 970-923-4411, manchester-architects.com 16 Kearns Road, Suite 207 Snowmass Village, CO 81615

Medicine Hat Inc. 406-763-5146, medhatinc.com P.O. Box 585 Gallatin Gateway, MT 59730

Marc LaRoche Architects 206-842-1366, mlrarchitects.com 10601 N.E. Seaborn Road Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Michael Blash & Associates 208-726-1414, michaelblashandassociates.com 180 W. Seventh Street Ketchum, ID 83340

Mark Pynn Architect 208-622-4656, sunvalleyarchitect.com P.O. Box 754 Ketchum, ID 83340

Michael Doty Associates, Architects 208-726-4228, mda-arc.com 371 Washington Avenue N. Ketchum, ID 83340

Matthew Stais Architects 970-453-0444, staisarchitects.com 108 N. Ridge Street Breckenridge, CO 80424

Michael Fuller Architects 970-927-6620, mfullerarchitects.com 23400 Two Rivers Road, Suite 41 Basalt, CO 81621

PEARSON DESIGN GROUP

Michael G. Imber Architects 210-824-7703, michaelgimber.com 111 W. El Prado Drive San Antonio, TX 78212 Michael P. Johnson Design Studio 480-488-2691, mpjstudio.com P.O. Box 4058 Cave Creek, AZ 85327 Miller Architects 406-222-7057, ctmarchitects.com 208 W. Park Street Livingston, MT 59047 The Miller Hull Partnership 206-682-6837, millerhull.com Polson Building, 71 Columbia, 6th Floor Seattle, WA 98104 Morter Architects 970-476-5105, morterarchitects.com 2271 N. Frontage Road W. Vail, CO 81657 Mosaic Architects 303-247-1100, mosaicarchitects.com 1829 Pearl Street Boulder, CO 80302 MQ Architecture & Design 720-565-3929, mqad.com 3101 Iris Street, Suite 100 Boulder, CO 80301 MW Works Architecture & Design 206-352-7319, mwworks.com 159 Western Avenue W., Suite 484 Seattle, WA 98119 New West Land Company 310-614-6636, newwestland.com 21060 Winfield Road Topanga, CA 90290 Nicholas J. Kromydas, Architect 530-525-5831, nicholasjkromydasarchitect.com P.O. Box 355 Homewood, CA 96141 Obie G. Bowman, Architect 707-433-7833, obiebowman.com P.O. Box 1114 Healdsburg, CA 95448 Olson Kundig Architects 206-624-5670, olsonkundigarchitects.com 159 S. Jackson Street, Suite 600 Seattle, WA 98104

THE BEST DESIGN ADVICE I’VE EVER BEEN GIVEN:

“‘Listen to your clients and make sure they feel heard.’ Clients may not be pragmatic, artistic or knowledgeable about building tectonics, but they are the end users of what we create.” Tim Stone, Kelly & Stone Architects

One Architects 970-728-8877, onearchitects.com P.O. Box 3442 Telluride, CO 81435

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TOP MOUNTAIN ARCHITECTS Rick Joy Architects 520-624-1442, rickjoy.com 400 S. Rubio Avenue Tucson, AZ 85701

Steamboat Architectural Associates 970-879-0819, steamboatarchitectural.com 345 Lincoln Avenue, Suite 200 Steamboat Springs, CO 80477

RKD Architects 970-926-2622, rkdarch.com 137 Main Street, Suite G004 Edwards, CO 81632

Stephen Dynia Architects 307-733-3766, dynia.com 1085 W. Broadway Avenue Jackson, WY 83001

RMT Architects 970-949-0916, rmtarchitects.com 0101 Fawcett Road Avon, CO 81620

Steve Gates Architect 970-769-3355, stevegatesarchitect.com 145 E. College Drive, Suite 10 Durango, CO 81301

Robert G. Sinclair Architecture 970-925-4269, rgsarchitecture.com P.O. Box 8114 Aspen, CO 81612

StoneFox 970-925-9193, stonefox.us P.O. Box 1544 Aspen, CO 81611

Rodwin Architecture 303-413-8556, rodwinarch.com 1245 Pearl Street, Suite 202 Boulder, CO 80302

Strout Architects 307-733-5778, stroutarchitects.com 85 W. Snow King Avenue Jackson Hole, WY 83001

Rohde Design 303-444-6498, rohdedesigninc.com 801 Confidence Drive, Suite 16 Longmont, CO 80504

Studio B Architects 970-920-9428, studiobarchitects.net 501 Rio Grande Place, Suite 104 Aspen, CO 81611

Phillips Architecture & Planning 406-407-0247, phillipsarchitecture.com 309 Wisconsin Avenue Whitefish, MT 59937

Rowland + Broughton Architecture, Urban Design & Interior Design 970-544-9006, rowlandbroughton.com 234 E. Hopkins Avenue Aspen, CO 81611

STUDIO.BNA Architects 406-222-7488, studiobna.com 215 E. Lewis, Suite 301 Livingston, MT 59047

PHX Architecture 480-477-1111, phxarch.com 7507 E. McDonald Drive, Suite B Scottsdale, AZ 85250

Sante Architects 970-728-6102, santearchitects.com 107 N. Fir Street Telluride, CO 81435

Pierce Architects 970-476-6342, vailarchitects.com 1650 Fallridge Road, Suite C1 Vail, CO 81657

Segerberg Mayhew Architects 970-476-4433, smarchs.com 101 Eagle Road, Building 6 Avon, CO 81620

Piper Architecture, Ltd. 970-949-7074, coreinteractive.com/piper P.O. Box 5560 Avon, CO 81620

SHED Architecture & Design 206-320-8700, shedbuilt.com 1401 S. Jackson Street Seattle, WA 98144

PointsWest Architecture & Land Group 970-949-6639, pointswestvail.com P.O. Box 1218 Vail, CO 81658

Shepley Bulfinch, Phoenix Studio 602-430-3223, shepleybulfinch.com 1437 N. First Street, Suite 201 Phoenix, AZ 85004

Poss Architecture & Planning 970-925-4755, billposs.com 605 E. Main Street Aspen, CO 81611

Skylab Architecture 503-525-9315, skylabdesign.com 413 S.W. 13th Avenue, Suite 200 Portland, OR 97205

Reid Smith Architects 406-587-2597, reidsmitharchitects.com 212 S. Tracy Avenue Bozeman, MT 59715

Sparano + Mooney Architecture 801-746-0234, sparanomooney.com 511 W. 200 South, Suite 130 Salt Lake City, UT 84101

Suyama Peterson Deguchi 206-256-0809, suyamapetersondeguchi.com 2324 Second Avenue Seattle, WA 98121

Resort Design Architects 530-214-0899, resortdesign.com 11209 Brockway Road, Suite 304 Truckee, CA 96161

Starkweather Bondy Architecture 510-836-6594, starkweatherbondy.com 110 Linden Street Oakland, CA 94607

Swatt Miers Architects 510-985-9779, swattmiers.com 5845 Doyle Street, Suite 104 Emeryville, CA 94608

Osburn/Clarke Productions 604-682-2988, osburnclarke.com 25 Alexander Street Vancouver, British Columbia V6A 1B2 Otto/Walker Architects 435-649-6373, otto-walker.com 2200 Park Avenue, Suite C201 Park City, UT 84060 OZ Architecture 303-861-5704, ozarch.com 3003 Larimer Street Denver, CO 80205 Park City Architecture 435-649-7601, parkcityarchitect.com 1685 Bonanza Drive, Suite 200 B Park City, UT 84060 Pb Elemental Architecture 206-632-7703, pbelemental.com 1605 Boylston Avenue, Suite 303 Seattle, WA 98122 Pearson Design Group 406-587-1997, pearsondesigngroup.com 777 E. Main Street, Suite 203 Bozeman, MT 59715

THE BEST DESIGN ADVICE I’VE EVER BEEN GIVEN:

“ ‘If it’s almost square, make it square,’ attributed to Mies van der Rohe. I heard this as a young intern in Chicago and I’m not sure if Mies even said it. But it resonated with me because it encapsulates the striving for perfection and purity that is characteristic of the best works of architecture.” John Carney, Carney Logan Burke Architects

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Studio H:T Architects 303-247-0405, studioht.com 1445 Pearl Street, Suite 208 Boulder, CO 80302 Studio Ryker 406-220-1099, studioryker.com 3556 Bear Canyon Road Bozeman, MT 59715 Suman Architects 970-479-7502, sumanarchitects.com 141 E. Meadow Drive, Suite 211 Vail, CO 81657 Summa ARS Architects 435-655-3811, summaars.com 1500 Kearns Blvd., Suite C201 Park City, UT 84060 Sunlit Architecture 970-349-5311, sunlitarchitecture.com P.O. Box 970 Crested Butte, CO 81224


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VAg, Inc. Architects & Planners 970-949-7034, vagarchitects.com 90 Benchmark Road, Suite 202 Avon, CO 81620 Van Bryan Studio Architects 406-586-4777, vbsa.net 21 W. Babcock Street Bozeman, MT 59715 Vertical Arts Architecture 970-871-0056, vertical-arts.com 690 Marketplace Plaza, Suite 1 Steamboat Springs, CO 80487 Walker Warner Architects 415-318-8900, walker-warner.com 353 Folsom Street San Francisco, CA 94105 Ward + Blake Architects 307-733-6867, wardblakearchitects.com 200 E. Broadway Jackson, WY 83002 Ward-Young Architects 530-587-3859, wyarch.com 12010 Donner Pass Road, Suite 201 Truckee, CA 96161

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Wendell Burnette Architects 602-395-1091, wendellburnettearchitects.com 5102 N. Central Avenue, Suite 5 Phoenix, AZ 85012 Will Bruder Architects 602-312-7399, willbruderarchitects.com 4200 N. Central Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85012 TAB Associates 970-766-1470, tabassociates.com 0056 Edwards Village Blvd., Suite 210 Edwards, CO 81632 Terry Kilbane Architect 480-488-1239, terrykilbane.com 37417 Tom Darlington Drive Carefree, AZ 85377

Todd Webber Architect 970-668-9402 202 Main Street Frisco, CO 80443

William C. Tripp, Architect 503-228-8212, tripparch.com 222 N.W. 11th Avenue Portland, OR 97232

Tom Cole Architect 970-401-3066, tomcolearchitect.com P.O. Box 1218 Vail, CO 81658

Williams Partners Architects 208-726-0020, williams-partners.com 120 Second Avenue N., Suite 102 Ketchum, ID 83340

Tim Barber Ltd. Architecture & Interior Design 323-782-1000, timbarberltd.com 8455 Beverly Blvd., Suite 409 Los Angeles, CA 90048

Tommy Hein Architects 970-728-1220, tommyhein.com 108 S. Oak Street, Penthouse Telluride, CO 81435

Zehren & Associates 970-949-0257, zehren.com 48 E. Beaver Creek Blvd. Avon, CO 81620

TKP Architects 303-278-8840, tkparch.com 1509 Washington Avenue Golden, CO 80110

Trey Jordan Architecture 505-983-5624, treyjordan.com 227 E. Palace Avenue, Suite W Santa Fe, NM 87501

Zone 4 Architects 970-429-8470, zone4architects.com 432a E. Hyman Avenue Aspen, CO 81611

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Bitterroot Group 406-581-3014, bitterrootgroup.com 567 Three Mile Creek Road Stevensville, MT 59870 Classic Design Group 541-296-8213, classicdesigngroup.com 395 E. Knoll Drive The Dalles, OR 97058 Edgewood Log Structures 208-661-9184, edgewoodlog.com P.O. Box 1030 Coeur dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Alene, ID 83816 High Country Builders 406-863-9511, waltlandi.com 903C Wisconsin Avenue Whitefish, MT 59937

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Ken Pieper and Associates 303-670-0619, kenpieper.com 24969 U.S. Highway 40 Golden, CO 80401 Kogan Builders 970-259-0195, koganbuilders.com 110 W. 11th Street Durango, CO 81301 Landmark Traditions 303-697-5717, landmarkluxuryhomes.com 9141 Mountain Ranch Road Conifer, CO 80433 Lifdom 505-670-8897, lifdom.com P.O. Box 8241 Santa Fe, NM 87504 McCrerey Fine Homes 970-668-0686, mccrereyfinehomes.com P.O. Box 1082, 619 Main Street Frisco, CO 80443 PrecisionCraft Log & Timber Homes 800-729-1320, precisioncraft.com 711 E. Broadway Avenue Meridian, ID 83642

Trilogy Partners 970-453-2230, trilogybuilds.com 233 S. Ridge Street, Unit C Breckenridge, CO 80424

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Abby Hetherington Interiors 406-404-1330, hetheringtoninteriors.com 700 N. Wallace Avenue Bozeman, MT 59718 Agnes Bourne Studio 307-734-6553, agnesbourne.com P.O. Box 3797 Jackson, WY 83001 Anne Grice Interiors 970-429-4148, annegrice.com 100 S. Spring Street, Suite 2 Aspen, CO 81611 Ashleigh Weatherill Interior Design 720-323-0749, ashleighweatherill.com 3434 Marion Street Denver, CO 80205 Ashley Campbell Interior Design 303-996-6195, ashleycampbell.com 2601 Blake Street, Suite 110 Denver, CO 80205 Aspen Leaf Interiors 775-342-3477, aspenleafinteriors.com 10075B W. River Street Truckee, CA 96161 Associates III 303-534-4444, associates3.com 1516 Blake Street Denver, CO 80202 Barclay Butera Interiors 435-649-5540, barclaybuterainteriors.com 255 Heber Avenue Park City, UT 84060 Bardes Interiors 847-441-1115, bardesinteriors.com 735 Elm Street Winnetka, IL 60093 Bitnar Architects 406-587-1983, bitnararchitects.com 502 S. Grand Avenue Bozeman, MT 59715 Carol Moore Interior Design 970-926-4188, cmid.us 137 Main Street, Suite O204 Edwards, CO 81632 Carole Sisson Designs 406-993-2666, sissondesigns.com 99 Lone Peak Drive Big Sky, MT 59716 Caroline-Edwards 970-920-3331, carolineedwards.com 402E Aspen Airport Business Center Aspen, CO 81611 Carter Kay Interiors 404-261-8119, carterkayinteriors.com 318 Broadland Road, N.W. Atlanta, GA 30342

Carter LaRoche Interior Design 206-842-1366, mlrarchitects.com 10601 N.E. Seaborn Road Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

DG&A Interior Design 214-522-6716, dgainteriors.com 5401 N. Central Expressway, Suite 305 Dallas, TX 75205

Catherine Bailly Dunne Interior Design 310-454-4047, catherinedunne.com 16738 Bollinger Drive Pacific Palisades, CA 90272

Diana Sawicki/ Lillian August Design 203-847-3314, lillianaugust.com 32 Knight Street Norwalk, CT 06851

Cathers Home 970-927-6556, cathershome.com 160 Southside Drive Basalt, CO 81621

Distinctive Design Interiors 970-887-3953, distinctivedesigninteriors.net 62713 Highway 40, P.O. Box 2149 Granby, CO 80446

Chapman Design 713-864-8622, chapmandesigninc.net 7026 Old Katy Road, Suite 163 Houston, TX 77024 Charles de Lisle 415-565-6767, charlesdelisle.com 249 Hickory Street San Francisco, CA 94102 Cheng Design 510-849-3272, chengdesign.com 2808 San Pablo Avenue Berkeley, CA 94702 Christopher K. Coffin Design 480-945-4080, christopherkcoffin.com 3939 E. Campbell Avenue, Suite 130 Phoenix, AZ 85018 D’Amore Interiors 303-422-8704, damoreinteriors.com 9500 W. 49th Avenue, Suite C100 Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 David Michael Miller Associates 480-425-7545, davidmichaelmiller.com 7034 E. First Avenue Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Deena Perry Interiors 505-982-3722, deenaperry.com 947 Camino Santander Santa Fe, NM 87505 Denton House Design Studio 801-333-8156, dentonhouse.com 52 Exchange Place Salt Lake City, UT 84111 Design Associates 406-582-8979, dainteriors.com 962 Stoneridge Drive, Suite 1 Bozeman, MT 59718 Design One Interiors 970-453-2813, designoneinteriors.net 1655 Airport Road Breckenridge, CO 80424

Djuna 303-355-3500, djuna.com 899 Broadway Street Denver, CO 80203 Doug Rasar Interior Design 425-450-9911, rasarinteriors.com 9400 Vineyard Crest Bellevue, WA 98004 Douglas Durkin Design 415-255-0540, durkindesign.com 39 Arkansas Street San Francisco, CA 94107 Dwellings Interior Design 720-533-4801, dwellingsinteriordesign.com 1701 Wynkoop Street, Suite 212 Denver, CO 80202 ek.REEDY Interiors 307-739-9121, ekreedy.com 4010 W. Lake Creek Drive Wilson, WY 83014 Envi Design 406-585-1765, envidesign.com 30 E. Mendenhall Street Bozeman, MT 59715 Est Est Interior Design 480-563-1555, estestinc.com The Perimeter Center 17770 N. Pacesetter Way Scottsdale, AZ 85255 Evoke International Design 604-875-8667, evoke.ca 2388 Alberta Street Vancouver, British Columbia V5Y 3K7 Fern Santini Design 512-300-2303, fernsantini.com 4414 Burnet Road Austin, TX 78756

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Greenauer Design Group 970-477-1783, greenauer.com 12 Vail Road, Suite 1000 Vail, CO 81657 Harker Design 307-733-5960, harkerdesign.com 3465 N. Pines Way, Suite 101 Wilson, WY 83014 Harmony Interiors 970-668-0291, harmonyinteriorsllc.com 120 N. Seventh Avenue, Unit A Frisco, CO 80443 Harrison Browne Interior Design 970-309-5472, harrisonbrowne.com P.O. Box 1705 Denver, CO 80202

THE BEST DESIGN ADVICE I’VE EVER BEEN GIVEN:

“Leave space in each project for the owner’s personality to sparkle, and remember that the client is the star!” Carter Kay, Carter Kay Interiors

Haven Interior Design 406-522-4188, havenid.com 1001 W. Oak Street, Suite 110 Bozeman, MT 59715 Haynes-Roberts 212-989-1901, haynesroberts.com 601 W. 26th Street, Suite 1655 New York, NY 10001 High Camp Home 530-582-6866, highcamphome.com 10191 Donner Pass Road Truckee, CA 96161 Home on the Range 970-870-6777, homeontherangeinteriors.com 1880 Loggers Lane Steamboat Springs, CO 80487 Hunter & Company 406-862-1402, hunterinterior.com 200 Wisconsin Avenue Whitefish, MT 59937 HVL Interiors 505-983-3601, hvlinteriors.com 1012 Marquez Place, Suite 205A Santa Fe, NM 87505 HW Home 303-394-9222, hwhome.com 199 Clayton Lane Denver, CO 80206 ID Interiors 970-925-4342, idinteriorsaspen.com 617 W. Main Street Aspen, CO 81611 Interior Design Development 303-333-0599, interiordesigndevelopment.com 904 Ivanhoe Street Denver, CO 80220

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Jamesthomas 312-738-7300, jtliving.com 2401 W. Ohio Street Chicago, IL 60612 Jeffers Design Group 415-921-8880, jeffersdesigngroup.com 1035 Post Street San Francisco, CA 94109 Jeffrey P. Elliott Interior Design 303-860-0109, jeffreypelliott.com 303 S. Broadway, Suite B342 Denver, CO 80209 Jennifer Hoey Interior Design 208-726-1561, jenniferhoey.com 300 N. Main Street, Suite 202 Ketchum, ID 83340 JH Todd Interior Design 970-920-4303, jhtodd.com 124 Daniel Drive Aspen, CO 81611 John Bossard Design 704-335-0220, johnbossard.com 1300 Queens Road, Studio 410 Charlotte, NC 28207

Lyon Design Group 970-926-8682, lyondesigngroup.com 275 Main Street, Suite O209 Edwards, CO 81632 Madeline Stuart & Associates 310-657-8200, madelinestuart.com 717 N. La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069 Maraya Interior Design 805-646-6673, maraya.com 960 E. Ojai Avenue, Suite 106 Ojai, CA 93023 Mark Ashby Design 512-524-1220, markashbydesign.com 1011 W. 11th Street Austin, TX 78703 Martin Showroom 707-967-8787, martinshowroom.com 1350 Main Street St. Helena, CA 94574 Mayer Sattler-Smith 907-277-7878, mayersattler-smith.com 1104 W. Seventh Avenue Anchorage, AK 99501

Karen White Interior Design 970-963-0690, karenwhiteid.com P.O. Box 3404 Basalt, CO 81621

Mountain Comfort Furnishings and Design 970-668-3661, mountaincomfort.net 507 Summit Blvd. Frisco, CO 80443

Kathy Best Design 415-646-8700, kathybestdesign.com 245 Vallejo Street San Francisco, CA 94111

MQ Architecture & Design 720-565-3929, mqad.com 3101 Iris Street, Suite 100 Boulder, CO 80301

Keira Ritter Design Company 303-485-8939, krdesignco.com 1720 15th Street Boulder, CO 80302

Nestor Santa-Cruz Decoration 202-277-6611, nestorsanta-cruz.com 2844 Wisconsin Avenue N.W., Suite 403 Washington, D.C. 20007

KLM Interiors 512-458-8081, klminteriors.com 4704 Island Cove Austin, TX 78731

O Interior Design 303-458-6462, ointeriordesign.com 2406 W. 32nd Avenue, Suite D Denver, CO 80211

Lanthia Hogg Designs 970-963-0885, lanthiahoggdesigns.com 431 Boundary Lane Carbondale, CO 81623

Orlando Diaz-Azcuy Design Associates 415-362-4500, odada.net 201 Post Street, Ninth Floor San Francisco, CA 94108

Laurie Waterhouse Interiors 307-732-0130, laurieinteriors.com 90 E. Pearl Avenue Jackson, WY 83001

Paul Lavoie Interior Design Corporation 403-229-1504, paullavoiedesign.com 1524 17th Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta T2T 0C8

Locati Architects & Interiors 406-587-1139, locatiarchitects.com 1007 E. Main Street, Suite 202 Bozeman, MT 59715

Paula Berg Design Associates 435-655-9443, paulabergdesign.com 1816 Prospector Avenue, Suite 200 Park City, UT 84060

Lyndon L. Steinmetz Design Studio 406-257-5463 404 Sixth Avenue W. Kalispell, MT 59901

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Peter Dunham Design 323-848-9900, peterdunham.com 909 N. Orlando Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90069 Peterson Perlman Design Group 612-845-5903 P.O. Box 2008, 2600 S. Fall Creek Road Wilson, WY 83014

Putnam-Pritchard Interiors & Nubu Design 505-424-1010, nubudesign.com 3600 Cerrillos Road, Suite 101 Santa Fe, NM 87507 The Red Chair Design Studio 307-733-1881, redchair-design.com 1705 High School Road Jackson Hole, WY 83002

Robyn Scott Interiors 970-927-5354, rsidesigns.com 235 Juniper Court Basalt, CO 81621 Robyn Woodhall Design 406-830-3120, robynwoodhall.com 1425 S. Higgins Avenue Missoula, MT 59801

Petra Richards Interiors 720-201-1999, petrarichardsinteriors.com 3000 E. Exposition Avenue Denver, CO 80209

Richard Salter Interiors 604-730-9220, richardsalterinteriors.com 1039 W. Seventh Avenue Vancouver, British Columbia V6H 1B2

Rowland & Broughton Architecture, Urban Design & Interior Design 970-544-9006, rowlandbroughton.com 234 E. Hopkins Avenue Aspen, CO 81611

Poss Interior Design 970-925-4755, billposs.com 605 E. Main Street Aspen, CO 81611

Rinfret, Ltd. 203-622-0000, rinfretltd.com 354 Greenwich Avenue Greenwich, CT 06830

Saint Dizier Design 707-433-9900, saintd.com 118 Matheson Street Healdsburg, CA 95448

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TOP MOUNTAIN INTERIOR DESIGNERS S.B. Long Interiors 203-769-1030, sblonginteriors.com 9 Benedict Place Greenwich, CT 06830

S. Trowbridge & Co. 505-995-8214 1010 Marquez Place, Suite D3 Santa Fe, NM 87505

Varda Interiors 406-586-3883, vardainteriors.com 347 S. Ferguson Avenue Bozeman, MT 59718

Shack Up Studio 406-522-0015, shackupdesign.com 908 N. Rouse Avenue Bozeman, MT 59715

Studio Frank 970-728-0662, studiofrank.com 495 S. Townsend Street Telluride, CO 81435

Weiss & Wirth Interior Design 970-945-5701, weissandwirth.com 406 S. Hyland Park Drive Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

Slifer Designs 970-926-8200, sliferdesigns.com 216 Main Street, Suite C100 Edwards, CO 81632

TAL Studio 702-888-5000, tal-studio.com 10801 W. Charleston Blvd., Suite 440 Las Vegas, NV 89135

Snake River Interiors 307-733-3005, snakeriverinteriors.com 164 E. Deloney Avenue Jackson, WY 83001

Trauner Designs 307-733-0970, traunerdesigns.com 3490 Clubhouse Drive, Suite 101 Wilson, WY 83014

Stephen Dynia Architects 307-733-3766, dynia.com 1085 W. Broadway Jackson, WY 83001

Tweed Interiors 970-728-8186, tweedinteriors.com 151 S. Pine Street Telluride, CO 81435

Stone Fox 212-473-7900, stonefox.us P.O. Box 1544 Aspen, CO 81611

Vallone Design 480-421-2799, vallonedesign.com 7007 E. Third Avenue Scottsdale, AZ 85251

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“Listen, and understand your client’s lifestyle. Practicality is as important as the design.” Robyn Woodhall, Robyn Woodhall Design

Wiseman & Gale & Duncan Interiors 505-984-8544, wgdinteriors.com 150 S. Saint Francis Drive Santa Fe, NM 87501 Worth Interiors 970-949-9794, worthinteriors.com 30 Benchmark Road, Suite 103 Avon, CO 81620 WRJ Design 307-200-4881, wrjassociates.com 30 S. King Street Jackson, WY 83001 YS Squared 406-763-4233, ys2inc.com 12 Penny Lane Gallatin Gateway, MT 59730 ○

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• Telluride’s mesmerizing backdrop plays host to a wide variety of outdoor activities. Capture the surrounding beauty

with adventure photo tours led by Telluride Outside, where an experienced photographer will lead the way to picturesque locations while providing hands-on photography instruction. • Visitors can take in the the San Juan Mountains with a 13-minute ride from Telluride to Mountain Village on the free gondola. The trip also accesses a network of hiking and biking trails. • The arts have always been an important part of the culture in town, dating back to the early 1900s with the opening of the Sheridan Opera House. More recently, the town was designated as a Colorado Creative District. • At the Ah Haa School for the Arts, residents and visitors of all ages can feed their artistic hunger with a variety of classes that last from a half-day to six weeks. • On the first Thursday of each month, the Telluride Art Walk highlights the town’s art galleries. Don’t miss Arroyo Telluride, a new gallery that pairs fine art with fine wine to evoke all senses, and Gallery 81435, a contemporary art space focused on the region’s local contributors. • The Telluride Film Festival is celebrating its 40th anniversary Aug. 29-Sept. 2. Cinephiles will welcome the addition of the Werner Herzog Theatre, a technologically advanced new venue. • Don’t miss the 20th anniversary of the Telluride Blues and Brews Festival, Sept. 13-15. The Black Crowes and Melissa Etheridge will headline this year. • The inaugural Telluride WOW (Work Out Weekend) Festival, Sept. 19-22, will feature fitness classes and sessions on the latest health and wellness trends. • The fourth annual Telluride Horror Show, Oct. 11-13, allows fans to experience the latest fright, fantasy, and sci-fi films in the historic Sheridan Opera House and Nugget Theatre.

Where To Eat

Telluride houses an impressive variety of culinary experiences, highlighting cuisines from around the world. Travelers looking for an authentic taste of Telluride can take in the fall foliage at Allred’s. Located at 10,551 feet, the experience begins with a gondola ride to the top where dishes like succulent bourbon-marinated elk short loin with Oregon huckleberry reduction await. Adventure seekers can work up an appetite with the Big Tire Bike and Brew Tour, which includes a stop at the Telluride Brewing Company for a taste of locally-made mountain beer. There is even a non-alcoholic option for beginners and family tours that offer indulgences before the ride back to town. At 221 South Oak, chef and owner Eliza Gavin builds her menus based on the local ingredients she selects from the Telluride Farmers’ Market.

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would think he fell in love yesterday. He calls her “my angel,” and marvels that at 61 years of age, she “still brings magic” into his life. Their business—The Harvey Team—is just that, “We are a team in life and business,” Harvey enthuses.

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o most people Telluride is an intriguing dot on the map. A firstclass ski resort. The festival capital of Colorado. A picturesque mountain hamlet and destination. And it is—all that and more. That “more” is community. The people that make up the Telluride community are as diverse and colorful as the landscape and the seasons. Many are transient, but there is a fortunate handful of folks that have stuck with the town for the long run. These citizens are the heart of the true “Telluride.” One of the folks that give Telluride its character is REALTOR® George Harvey. He’s been here since 1983. And he hasn’t always been a REALTOR®. He’s washed dishes, waited tables and owned restaurants. Harvey grew up in Arkansas and fell in love with the mountains fresh out of college. An employer gave him some sage advice, something on the order of, “Son, if I were you, I’d go have the time of my life right now, while you’re young and single.” Harvey took him up on it and moved to Aspen/ Snowmass in 1973. It was, in fact, someone that Harvey met in Aspen that got him into the restaurant business. He ended up leaving the mountains to open a restaurant in Kansas City. That business was successful

and Harvey was looking at expanding his operations when the recession of 1981 put him out of business. At 31 years of age, Harvey says, “I learned you could lose everything pretty quickly.” Harvey decided to return to Colorado. “Living in a resort in the Rockies was sort of a magical life to me,” he says. Harvey picked an environment that felt good and also provided business opportunities. He chose Telluride.

Harvey credits much of his character to growing up in a divided household. His mom, a retired schoolteacher, is a lifelong Democrat. His father, a WWII vet, owned a large construction firm and was a staunch Republican. Both were politically active. Harvey tried the Democratic Party first, then the GOP. Now he’s neither. “I am who I am.” Or, as he describes himself, “an independent.” “Too many times,” Harvey says, “party leaders virtually force members to toe the party line, even when it might not be the right thing to do. That ruins it for me. It’s against everything this country was founded on— compromise.” Harvey’s politics are mostly focused on issues related to the real estate business, a business in which he has forged a formidable and successful reputation. He has served as the president of the Colorado Association of Realtors and currently sits on their board of directors. He is past chair of the Resort and Second Home Committee for the National Association of Realtors, representing more than 100,000 REALTORS® in that market niche.

An old friend, Diane Lyons, who worked at a title company, recommended that Harvey go into real estate. Another prominent local REALTOR®, Dan Shaw of Shaw and Company, hired him. “I was intrigued,” Harvey says, “I had no idea if I could make a living.” He stayed with Shaw for five years before moving to Nevasca Realty, another long-time Telluride firm. Of that era—the 90’s—Harvey says, “We all learned from each other, and the knowledge was all local knowledge.” Harvey eventually took his professional education to a state and national level. Quality was very important to me, and still is,” he confirmed.

Even more significant than his parents’ influence over his politics was the importance of their approval and respect. Regardless of his chosen profession, Harvey wanted his parents to be proud, so he determined to be the best he could be. “Your reputation is all that you have,” Harvey states, noting that as you get older, “you revisit core beliefs on a regular basis. It’s easier to make decisions when you know your values.”

It was during that time Harvey’s life took another turn. He met Becky, his wife of 20 years. Listening to him talk about her, you

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WINE IN THE PINES Mark your calendars for the 30th annual Wine in the Pines, October 18-19, 2013, a decadent two-day event showcasing fine wine, Colorado cuisine and entertainment in Keystone, Colorado. Highlights include a winemakerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s dinner at Keystone Ranch and the elegant International Wine & Gourmet Food Tasting at the Keystone Conference Center, where guests can sip and sample from nearly 500 wines while bidding on live and silent auction items. Proceeds benefit CP of Colorado, an organization devoted to providing programs and support to Coloradans affected by cerebral palsy. Learn more at cpco.org/wineinthepines.

Western Style in Wyoming Each September, Wyoming hosts a trifecta of events devoted to the very best in Western style. First up is the Western Design Conference (Sept. 5-8), a celebration of Western furniture, fashion and home accessories. From Sept. 6-16, Western art will take over the town of Jackson at the 28th annual Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, featuring exhibitions of nationally and internationally acclaimed artists, live music, cowboy poetry and cuisine. The fun continues up in Cody, Sept. 18-22, when the little town hosts Cody High Style, a major exhibition of furniture from todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best contemporary Western artists, a high-energy runway fashion show, workshops, seminars, studio tours and more. To learn more, visit mountainliving.com/events.


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TICKET INFORMATION * Homes selling tickets Tickets are available at the City Markets in Breckenridge and Dillon and online at BLOG.SUMMITCOUNTYBUILDERS.ORG. Bank of the West is selling tickets at its branches in Breckenridge, Frisco and Silverthorne. For each ticket sold, Bank of the West will contribute an additional $2 to The Summit Foundation. Tickets can be exchanged for lanyards at any of the homes.

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map locator

How to get to our featured homes

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about the artist

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committee letter

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business directory

Meet cover photographer Dave Peterman About the SCBA

A reference guide to the professionals featured in this year’s Parade of Homes program

PROMOTIONAL PARTNERS Bank of the West City Market Mountain Living magazine Krystal 93 Summit Daily News Summit Ford

CHARITABLE BENEFACTOR The Summit Foundation

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Summit County, Colorado

PARADE OF hOMES Presented by Summit County Builders Association (SCBA) SCBA Board of Directors

PRESIDENT Michael Rath

VICE PRESIDENT Nancy Stone

SECRETARY & TREASURER Mary Patrick Moorefield

PAST PRESIDENT Andrew Webster

EXECUTIVE OFFICER Jane Dvorak

BOARD MEMBERS Mark Adolph, Randy Barrientez, Jules DeVigne, Ryan Evanczyk, Gwenael Hagan, Clark Johnson, Joseph Monroe, Lynn Myers, Mark Nunn, Denny Rogstad and Bonnie Smith Copyright 2013. All rights reserved. This publication is copyrighted by the Summit County Builders Association (SCBA) in conjunction with Mountain Living magazine. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from SCBA and Mountain Living magazine.

For more information, please contact: Summit County Builders Association (SCBA) P.O. Box 2245 619 Main Street, Suite 4A Frisco, CO 80443 970.668.6013 970.668.6014 fax summitcountybuilders.org PUBLISHED BY

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about the artist COVER PHOTOGRAPHER DAVE PETERMAN

The Parade of Homes program’s cover photo is a reflection of Quandary Peak in the beaver ponds at McCullough Gulch. Photography has been my avocation for almost twenty years and I especially enjoy capturing the beauty of Colorado and other western states in my photos. In addition to the cover of this magazine, my photos can be found in the coffee table book, Capture My Colorado, and the halls and offices of the Summit County Hospital. For my “real” job I am CFO and owner of a company that provides residential and other services to individuals with developmental disabilities and related conditions.

Specialty Wood Products is a nationwide retail lumber yard selling building materials to general contractors, deck builders and homeowners. Our specialties include siding, decking, heavy timbers and SWISSPEARL®. Whatever your needs include—Cedar, Redwood, Doug Fir, Glulams, Custom Milling/Pre-Staining— we can help.

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Hyder Construction, Elk Camp Lodge Photo by Jeremy Swanson


Mountain Architects & Designers of the west

Harmony interiors, LLC. customers come to you for... a design concept that will suit them perfectly, address all of their functional re­q uirements and be aesthetically pleasing. From elegant sophistication to aesthetic simplicity—we create spaces just the way the client wants it. It’s more than just furnishings and accents: it’s creating energy that refreshes and renews the space. Your DESIGN philosophy is… To design a space that enhances human lives, you need to focus on a range of details including color, personality, culture, furniture placement and scale. Each of these help transform a personal environment, creating harmony, balance and a natural flow of energy through the space.

Lynn Myers

Interior Designer

MAKE A DECORATING PREDICTION…a good way to stay sane amid the trend forecasts is to think about how each forecasted trend resonates with your own life. If it doesn’t reflect you, don’t follow the masses.

YOUR STYLE IS INFLUENCED BY… Feng Shui and its five natural elements…. metal, water, wood, fire and earth. Each one of these elements represents a shape, color and a season and can be found in the doors, walls, architectural features, furniture and accessories of your home. All these elements must be in balance in order to have good energy flow and a healthy home.

EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVE… Positive energy through Feng Shui. Feng Shui can influence the way a person feels when they enter your home. As a Certified Practitioner of Intuitive Feng Shui, I help create a home that embraces my cli­e nts with a sense of comfort, beauty, style and inspiration. Though no one will probably notice they’ve consciously applied the concept, they will probably notice how calm and peaceful they feel in their environment. There’s an overall sense of balance and harmony, and the end result is an increased feeling of serenity. SHARE WITH US ONE OF YOUR GO-TO DESIGN RESOURCES… Denver Design District. It is like walking through the pages of a luxury interior design magazine. They have an unprecedented selection of the finest home furnishings most of which will never be seen in any retail store. Opportunities to customize and create are limited only by the imagination.

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committee letter from the summit county builders association

Welcome to the 19th annual Summit County Parade of Homes, proudly hosted by The Summit County Builders Association. We are pleased this year to offer an elite selection of 11 homes, including new construction and remodels that have been given an extensive makeover. After several challenging years, the building bug is starting to hit Summit County again. Now is a great time to get out and see what’s on the horizon in new construction. As part of the SCBA’s ongoing commitment to give back to the community, all proceeds from ticket sales for the Parade of Homes will be donated to The Summit Foundation, our area’s version of the United Way that supports many causes throughout the county. Tickets are available at City Market for $15 and online at blog.summitcountybuilders.org. Children under the age of 18 receive free admittance. Those buying tickets online may also enroll for a free subscription to Mountain Living magazine. Tickets also are available for sale at Summit County branches of Bank of the West, which will donate an additional $2 to

2013 Summit County Parade of Homes Committee Front row left to right: Kelly Sanders, Pinnacle Mountain Homes; Peggy Smith, Mountain Log Homes of Colorado; Jane Dvorak, SCBA Executive Officer; Lynn Myers, Harmony Interiors & Committee Chair; Elisabeth Lawrence, The Summit Foundation Back row left to right Linda Miller, Aspen Grove Kitchen & Bath; Beth Thompson, Inside Source; Melinda Fleming, Trilogy Partners Not pictured: Michael Rath, Trilogy Partners and SCBA President; Asa Nimityongskul, Pinnacle Mountain Homes; Don Wright, Bank of the West; Todd Andrews, Bank of the West; Elyse Cudacoff, Design One Interiors; Heather Jarski, Mountain Comfort Furnishings; Jamie Froyd, Mountain Living Magazine; Cyndi Hochberg, Mountain Living Magazine

The Summit Foundation for each ticket sold. Tickets may be exchanged at any of the homes for a passport lanyards that can be shown upon arrival at any of the homes. As an added perk this year, Parade attendees can also take advantage of several package deals we’ve put together in collaboration with the Breckenridge Film Festival during the first weekend for home and movie viewing. Please visit summitcountybuilders.org for additional information and specifics. Preparation for each year’s Parade of Homes lasts is a year-long effort that requires the input of committee members, board members, volunteers and community supporters. Our sincere thanks to our sponsors, Breckenridge Building Center, Bank of the West, Cutting Edge Woodworking, Summit Association of Realtors, Specialty Wood Products and Fazendin Brothers Colorado Inc. We also appreciate the contributions made by you, our guests and visitors. We appreciate your dedication and participation, and we hope you get some great ideas for your own dream home in the beautiful mountains of Summit County. Please enjoy this year’s Parade of Homes!

lynn myers, Chair

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2013 Summit county parade of homes

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112 N. Fuller Placer Road BUILDER Trilogy Partners, LLC

Breckenridge Directions

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From Frisco follow Highway 9 South to the south end of Breckenridge. Turn left onto Boreas Pass Road and proceed for 2 miles. Turn left onto Baldy Road and proceed for approximately 1.2 miles to North Fuller Placer Road. Turn left on North Fuller Placer Road, the home is 4th driveway on the right.

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description Born in 1982 as a two-bed, two-bath plus threebed, two-bath modular duplex (delivered by truck as four prebuilt modules) this property has been totally transformed into a contemporary 5,500 square foot dwelling by the design and build team at Trilogy Partners. When the owners first approached Trilogy Partners, their aspirations for this aging property were rather conservative. Maybe a fresh coat of paint and some new fixtures. After all, anything more than that would be extremely difficult, maybe impossible, given the property’s location on a steep bank high above the road. After meeting with the Trilogy team, a new plan began to take shape as Trilogy encouraged the owners to focus on wishes rather than obstacles. Once the concept was in place Trilogy engaged Matthew Stais Architects. As the architects worked on pulling the wish list into an architectural design

that made practical and esthetic sense, Trilogy Design paced them by creating a three dimensional virtual model so that the owners would be able to “experience” their home and make completely informed design decisions many months before construction began. The Trilogy process, and the model, created a seamless bridge between architectural and interior design so that form and function, both structural and esthetic, emerged together to become one. The owners could see it, experience it, explore it. Now, that once humble duplex had morphed into a 3,300 square foot primary residence with a two car garage, a wonderful open living plan with tremendous western views and exposures. The secondary unit became a smaller 2,200 square foot showpiece with equally enormous views, its own garage and entry. The owners were happy. They loved their new home. The obstacles had been overcome. The Trilogy-Stais design team process had left nothing to chance. Now it was time to build.

Highlights • 5,551

square feet, 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms floor plans/Designer Furnishings • Spectacular Sandstone Fireplace • Bold and original granite and tile features • Reclaimed hardwood floor • Locally sourced custom cabinets • Mountain contemporary with aged-effect timbers and siding • Spectacular views • Optimized

A Discount Flooring AG Masonry Altitude Garage Door Bank of the West Barn Owl Woodworking Bohemia Tile Colorado Custom Wood Floors Greer’s Appliance Gregory Door and Window Grizzly Plumbing Matthew Stais Architects Pella Windows Specialty Woods T. Scholl Fine Woodworks Triangle Electric

vendors Builder/Design/3-d Virtual Modeling Trilogy Partners, LLC 970.453.2230 trilogybuilds.com Architect Matthew Stais Architects 970.453.0444 staisarchitects.com Interior Designer/Kitchen Designer Trilogy Partners, LLC 970.453.2230 blog.trilogybuilds.com

Contacts Trilogy Partners, LLC 233 S. Ridge Street, Unit C Breckenridge, CO 80424 trilogybuilds.com 970.453.2230 melindaf@trilogybuilds.com

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Apex Mountain Homes wishes to extend their sincere appreciation to the sponsors of Victory Revival. These organizations have contributed their skills, knowledge and expertise to make this luxury mountain home into a majestic dwelling. We could not have done it without your efforts, and we thank you.

A I C H H O L Z E X C AVAT I O N ALL FLOORING A LT I T U D E G A R A G E D O O R B U F FA L O M O U N TA I N B U I L D E R S COMFORT BY KODIAK CUTTING EDGE WOODWORKING FIRST BANK GRANITE AND MARBLE DESIGNS GREERS APPLIANCE CENTER GUTHRIE ELECTRIC HARMONY INTERIORS, LLC I FURNISH INSIDE SOURCE LEBARON CONTRACTING, INC. M A R T Y F R A N K / B R E C K E N R I D G E A S S O C I AT E S M A X I M U M C O M F O R T P O O L A N D S PA M O R E S PA C E P L A C E M O R N I N G S TA R E L E VAT O R PELLA WINDOWS AND DOORS P L U M B P E R F E C T, P L U M B I N G A N D H E AT I N G , L L C R O L A N D O G O N Z A L E S M A S O N RY SHEPLER ARCHITECTURE M A R T Z S U P P LY S U N M O U N TA I N , I N C . VA N T I A H A R D W O O D S D.I.A.N.A., INC. W E S T E R N S TAT E S F I R E P R O T E C T I O N ZONI CONCRETE


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95 VICTORY LANE BUILDER APEX MOUNTAIN HOMES, INC

BRECKENRIDGE

DESCRIPTION High above the town of Breckenridge, situated in the old growth forest of Warriors Preserve, stands a home as majestic as the Bald Mountain Peak it overlooks. As Boreas Pass beckons, this home answers with an architectural feel right out of the glory days of the Denver, South Park and Pacific Railroad that frequented this area 75 years ago. Featuring massive log columns, native stone footings, weathered siding, and rusty metal roofing, this home blends into the surrounding mountainside as if it has been there since historic times. Awakened from its dormancy in 2013 by Apex Mountain Homes, the Victory Revival reveals its singular character the moment you step foot inside the front door. No longer in the days of old, this interior boasts the clean lines, sleek finishes, and modern technology of the 21st century. This home’s renewed life shouts “big city” in the middle of small town Colorado. This large luxury home effectively retains intimacy while allowing family and guests to spread out. The contemporary granite-wrapped kitchen island sits amidst custom cabinetry and the newest commercial-grade, stainless steel appliances, with eye-popping views of Baldy just over your shoulder. Custom wire-brushed wood floors connect the spacious great room with the action and life of the party in the kitchen, the fun of the rec room on the lower level, or the seclusion of the sitting area of the loft. Each master suite has its own fireplace and spa-like bathroom retreat, equipped with a steam shower and custom soaking tub. Well-insulated walls and high-efficiency windows are among the energy-efficient features that are in harmony with the Summit Sustainable Building Code. “Built tight and ventilated right” comes to

mind when experiencing the fresh mountain air brought in by the ventilation system, and nothing speaks toasty better than the warmth of efficient in-floor heat. Discover all that Summit County has to offer during the parade, and then come experience the superbly conceived elegance of this Apex Mountain Homes Revival on Victory Lane.

HIGHLIGHTS •

More than 6,000 square feet of living space

Oversized garage with in floor heat

Walk to the ski slopes

Unsurpassed views of Boreas Pass and Bald Mountain

Custom cabinetry

Masonry, timbers and logs

Three floor elevator

Multiple fireplaces

The latest in contemporary interior design

Advanced air sealing and insulation package

Indoor air quality ventilation system

DIRECTIONS Proceed south out of Breckenridge and turn right onto Broken Lance Drive. Proceed one block and turn left at the stop sign onto Broken Lance Drive. Proceed to second intersection and turn right again onto Broken Lance Drive. Turn right onto Victory Lane and the home will be on your left.

Cutting Edge Woodworking D.I.A.N.A., Inc. First Bank Granite and Marble Designs Greers Appliance Center Guthrie Electric Harmony Interiors, LLC i Furnish Inside Source LeBaron Contracting, Inc. Marty Frank/Breckenridge Associates Martz Supply Maximum Comfort Pool and Spa More SPACE Place Morning Star Elevator Pella Windows and Doors Plumb Perfect, Plumbing and Heating, LLC Rolando Gonzales Masonry Shepler Architecture Sun Mountain, Inc. Vantia Hardwoods Western States Fire Protection Zoni Concrete

VENDORS AND CONTACTS Realtor Breckenridge Associates Real Estate Marty Frank 970.389.5068 breckenridgeassociates.com Interior Designer Harmony Interiors, LLC Lynn Myers 970.668.0291 harmonyinteriorsllc.com Architect Shepler Architecture Barbara Shepler 303.215.9202 Custom Home Builder Apex Mountain Homes, Inc. Clark Johnson P. O. Box 2635 Frisco, CO 80443 970.668.3402 apexmountainhomes.com

SPONSORS Aichholz Excavation All Flooring Altitude Garage Door Buffalo Mountain Builders Comfort by Kodiak

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Breckenridge

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Highlights & Sponsors

Directions

This home is a must-see masterpiece handcrafted by log artisans in British Columbia. Enjoy the signature large diameter Western Red Cedar Logs, Alaskan Flared Tails, Swedish Cope fit, arched doorways and open curved staircase, all done by hand. Though the home took a year to build, the logs were tagged and transported on four trucks then re-erected by our skilled crew in only one week! This custom floor plan was a collaboration of Mountain Log Homes of Colorado’s local team, the homeowner’s desires, and Pioneer Log Homes of B.C.’s drafting team. This 5-acre lot required fire mitigation of over 500 beetle kill trees. The site offers tranquility and privacy while still close to town and ski area. The covered outdoor living space gives the home a second great room with deep seated furniture, “carved-in” log picnic table and bench, and 16-foot stone wood burning fireplace. The nature-loving homeowners have lots of special touches—take the time to locate the carved bear in the ridge beam, red-tail hawk by Hollow Log Carving, and other artistic wildlife touches throughout. This Texas family designed the home for family gatherings with open kitchen, bunk room and lots of conversational areas. The Steinway piano is equipped with electronic player system…but it’s not all for show, the family does play! Although this custom home is not for sale, you can experience the special ambiance of log home living through weekly luxury rentals at riverridgerentals.com; search for Moose Ridge Cabin. Better yet, call us to design and build your one-of-a-kind dream home.

• Canadian

From the south end of Breck, go west on Broken Lance (at the Conoco), turn left at the stop sign, staying on Broken Lance. Keep straight through stop sign, road name changes to White Cloud, go up the hill approximately 1/2 mile, turn left on Gold King Way, travel approximately 1/2 mile, driveway will be on the right.

Western Red Cedar Logs, average 18” diameter with 32” tails • 1,300 square feet of decks and covered patios with Composite decking provided by Rocky Mountain Forest Products • Custom Reclaimed Heart Pine floors by Vantia Hardwoods • Argentine Peak stained and glazed knotty alder doors and trim by Sun Mountain Doors • Toto and Grohe Plumbing fixtures by Water Systems, Denver • Aluminum Clad Low-E windows by Pella Windows & Doors • Giallo Portofio and Rain Forest Granite by Summit Stoneworks • Bridgewood Rustic Cherry cabinets by Creative Cabinetry • Outdoor Wood Burning Fireplace & 3 Heat & Glo Gas Fireplaces by Rio Grande • Hardscaping and Borgert Paver Patios by 2 Vs Landscape & Irrigation • Control 4 Audio Visual systems by Alpine Vista • Cordless roman shades, Averte Natural Fold, Elance Sliding Panels, Roman Shades and Custom Drapery by Horizon Shades • Hand trowel textured interior walls by WCW Drywall • Amber Slate, Chocolate Onyx and more custom tile by Bohemia Tile • Hot Springs Spa by Maximum Comfort Pool & Spa • Sikkens exterior stain and interior paint installed by Home Services of the Summit • LED lighting, SIPS Panel Roof, ICF Foundation & large Thermal Mass contributed to our ENERGY STAR rating HERS score 54

vendors Builder Mountain Log Homes of Colorado, Inc. Brian L. Wray 970.468.8683 | mlhoc.com Log Supplier Pioneer Log Homes of British Columbia 877.822.5647 | pioneerloghomesofbc.com Interior Designer Mountain Log Homes & Interiors Karen Wray 970.468.8683 | www.mlhoc.com Kitchen Design & Cabinets Creative Cabinetry 970.453.6500 | creativecabinetry.com Lighting Design Austin Bluffs Lighting 719.572.0304 | austinbluffslighting.com

Contacts Mountain Log Homes of Colorado, Inc. 619 Main Street, Box 1701 Frisco, CO 80443 970.468.8683 | info@mlhoc.com | mlhoc.com

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131 Windwood Circle Contractor Devigne Developing, Inc

Breckenridge

description “We need a place for a pool table.” This is where the idea was born for this magnificent remodeled home. This residence boasts exquisite mountain contemporary finishes with an open floor plan. The 34-foot entry welcomes you in, and as your eyes look upward you will see the sky above though a ridge of glass. These windows flood the entry with natural light. The homes hand-hewn timbers are accented by the clean lines and smooth finished walls. The bleached walnut floors draw you through the home and into the open living, kitchen, and dining room. The large stone fireplace with stainless steel accents stands among the walls of windows, giving you the feeling of being outside. The custom kitchen boasts wood panel appliances, leatherfinished granite, and accented by gorgeous glass backsplashes and stone walls. Windows surround a spectacular main floor master bedroom with custom stone fireplace and fully automated shades. Upstairs, you find no space unused. Each bedroom has its own distinctly designed bathroom. The girls’ room is accented by a wood-finished wall that hides a secret door. The game room upstairs is a room made for entertaining. A granite tile wall is the focal point, with a modern stainless fireplace and a big screen TV. Take a break from playing pool in the family room saloon that is finished with zebra wood cabinets and black granite countertops. The family room also opens up to a roof top deck. The deck includes an outdoor fireplace sure to keep you warm while enjoying your mountain views year round. At the end of the upper level is the bunk room, capable of sleeping eight. Custom built alder bunk beds each with personal lighting and USB

charging stations make for personal comfort in each bunk. The lower level of the home is built for the performance and entertaining family. Tucked behind double alder doors is a 16-person theatre. The state-of-the-art theatre includes a stage for your big act, theatre style curtains, karaoke system, and a fully automated lighting system. No need to get up and turn off the lights as this theatre is fully controlled by a single remote. The gym is also located on the lower level. Walls of mirrors, solid cork floors, and a big screen TV make this gym a comfortable workout place. This home is designed and built with the highest level of quality and finishes and is a must see in Breckenridge.

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Highlights

Architect BHH Partners 970.453.6880 bhhpartners.com

8,647 square feet bedrooms, 10 bathrooms • Grand entry with 34-foot vaulted ceiling • Home theatre with performing stage • Six fireplaces • Interior stone work throughout • Secret hidden door • Large flagstone patios front and back with sunken hot tub • Gym • State-of-the-art lighting • Bleached walnut hardwood floors • Large heated flagstone patios front and back •

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Audio-Video Solutions, Inc. Breckenridge Building Center Greer’s Appliance Center Interiors by Design, Ltd. MB Marble and Granite More Space Place Rocky Mountain Cabinets & Countertops Vantia Superior Hardwoods, Inc. Wood Right Carpentry

vendors Contractor Devigne Developing, Inc. 888.550.4198 devignedeveloping.com

Interior Designer Interior by Design, Ltd. 970.453.9020 ibdltd.net

Contacts Devigne Developing, Inc P.O. Box 4717 Breckenridge, CO 80424 devignedevloping.com 888.550.4198 info@devignedeveloping.com

Directions Take Hwy. 9 to Ski Hill Road; turn right at the light. Windwood Circle will be on your right, Christie Heights is the neighborhood. After turning onto Windwood Circle, stay left. 131 Windwood Circle is the fourth house on the left side of the road.

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Let us partner with you to make your dream home a reality.

MARC P. HOGAN, AIA 970.453.6880 | Breckenridge MICHAEL R. HOUX, AIA 970.513.1000 | Silverthorne

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19 Peak Eight Court Contractor Pinnacle Mountain Homes

Breckenridge

description Nestled in the trees at the base of Peak 8, this 6,600 square foot mining-inspired home was designed to look as if it has always been on the site, but with all of today’s modern day amenities. The exterior mining look of the home is achieved using a mix of rusted metal panels, distressed beams, skip-sawn siding, and dry-stacked stones. Carrying that feel through the interior is reclaimed Wyoming snow fence and copper panels with custom patinas throughout the residence. But don’t be fooled, this home is decked out in the latest technology can offer including a Savant controlled theater, automated Lutron Lighting, a custom oxygen enrichment system, and a three-story elevator. A ridge light in the great room allows a peek of our bluebird skies as well as a view of the rusted metal-clad ‘mine shaft’ which seamlessly continues into an impressive interior fireplace design. The sunny, south-facing deck has panoramic views of Baldy Mountain, the Breckenridge Ski Resort, and the gondola carrying skiers to and from the resort— although if you lived here, you would be skiing to the resort from the back door.

Highlights • 6,610 • 5

square feet bedrooms, 8 bathrooms

Mining-inspired design elements Ghostwood siding & reclaimed Wyoming snow fence interior accents • Copper panels with custom patinas throughout the residence • Savant controlled theater and ski locker room • Freestanding copper tub • Extensive timber details • Three story elevator • Kitchen features full custom cabinetry with breakfast nook and large butler’s pantry • Reclaimed oak floors • •

Custom tile and lighting designs

Directions From I-70, take Hwy 9 towards Breckenridge. Take the right hand turn off (just before the roundabout) onto Park Avenue. Continue onto Park Avenue to the second stop light, bearing right onto Ski Hill Road. Take Ski Hill Road to the base of Peak 8. Follow road as it switchbacks to the left under the gondola. The house is in the cul-de-sac on the right.

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vendors Contractor Pinnacle Mountain Homes 970.453.0727 pinnaclemtnhomes.com Architect BHH Partners 970.453.6880 bhhpartners.com Kitchen Designer Cutting Edge Woodworking 719.486.0920 cuttingedge-woodworking.com

Contacts Pinnacle Mountain Homes 335 N. Main Street P.O. Box 7399 Breckenridge, CO 80424 pinnaclemtnhomes.com 970.453.0727 info@pinnaclemtnhomes.com

Berkley Bank Cutting Edge Woodworking Ferguson Harrison Home Systems Liquid Metal Works Sierra Pacific Windows

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184 Continental Court Contractor Breck Ironworks

Breckenridge vendors Developer MK Development Kenny Thaemert 724.622.0028 | kpthaemert@gmail.com Engineer 3g Consulting, LLC 970.485.2073 | mgee@consultg3.com Contractor Mark Bookman, owner 970.547.4431 | fireondemand.com

description

master suites’ square footage. The “floating” iron

In 2011, Mark Bookman, owner of Breck

eating bar and complimentary canopy invites

Ironworks, built his commercial welding shop

friends and family to hang out and enjoy the

and a metal craft studio, Fire On Demand,

company. This home is no “Man Cave.” Luxury

under one roof. He took advantage of the

and comfort for body, mind and soul were key

neighborhood’s mixed use zoning and included

motifs in the overall design. Future occupants

a loft apartment above the office space of

can make a couple of minor changes and easily

Breck Iron Works. This year Mark decided to

incorporate a second bathroom. However,

downsize from his 2,400sf home to the 1,200sf

today’s home belongs to Mark and his dogs.

loft. Although his commute to work is only a few

Highlights & Sponsors

steps away, at the end of the day this luxury loft is a long distance from “the office”. Working closely with interior designer Nancy Stone of Cornerstone Creations, the space evolved into a home for man and many best friends—Mark is also a well respected obedience and hunting dog trainer. The 20’ x 60’ loft tastefully incorporates built-in kennels and a whelping room for Mark’s Labrador retrievers. The second bedroom is theirs, with plenty of space for an occasional two-legged guest. Various areas of the loft were designed with the dog’s needs in mind. Mark’s primary objective was to keep the environment feeling large. Through various space planning techniques and constant team work between designer and homeowner, the dream became reality. Both Mark and Nancy

1,200 square feet, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath

Custom iron work throughout the home

Custom metal night stand/niches

Custom hardware on cabinets

Custom eating bar and canopy in kitchen

Authentic ski lift for additional seating

Reclaimed brick décor

Concealed kennels for the dogs

Built in wardrobe, maximizing open space

Steam shower with space creating bench

Fireplaces as main heat source

Directions From Hwy. 9 in Breckenridge: Turn west on Coyne Valley road, turn south on Continental Court. Breck Ironworks, Inc. (#182) is on the west side of the road, entrance to loft (#184) is on north side of building.

wanted to showcase the versatility of Breck

Sponsors

Ironworks’ flexibility. Throughout the home,

Breck Ironworks, Inc. Fire on Demand Cornerstone Creations, LLC Chuck Davis & Associates, LLC MK Development Michael Shult Architect

unique applications of ferrous materials play well with other earthy surfaces. Custom metal night stand niches, platform bed with storage below and built in wardrobes maximize the

Architect Michael Shult Architect 970.453.2728 | michaelshult@comcast.net Cabinet Installer Dancobuilt 303.883.9590 | dancobuilt.com Masonry W.H.K. Masonry 970.468.0699 | ktmboy125@hotmail.com Flooring and Cabinets Cornerstone Creations, LLC 970.485.1330 | cornerstonecreations.com Doors Gregory Door & Window 970.453.6428 | gregorydw.com Tile Installation R.W. Muessel 970.390.3575 | ripple@colorado.net Ironwork Breck Ironworks, Inc. 970.547.4431 | fireondemand.com Appliances/Interior Designer/Kitchen Designer Cornerstone Creations, LLC 970.485.1330 | cornerstonecreations.com Electrician All Electric Company, Inc. 970.418.1206 | allelectricco.com Plumber Warm Springs Plumbing & Heating 970.618.2253 | warmspringshp@hotmail.com Fireplace Frisco Fireplace & Stone 970.668.2222 | friscofireplace.com

Contacts Mark Bookman P.O. Box 7787 Breckenridge, CO 80424 fireondemand.com 970.485.0229 | bookman482@comcast.net

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Contractor Pinnacle Mountain Homes

Breckenridge

photo by Darren Edwards Photographs

07

67 Rounds Road

sophisticated yet casual space that is perfect

Ralph Lauren Suede paint featuring faux finished walls • Full home audio distribution system • Varied-width rustic white oak and custom stained concrete floors • Vintage powder room doors • Custom built-in bunk beds • Landscape architecture featuring a built-in fire pit • Dedicated exercise room

for friend and family mountain visits. Reclaimed

description This 5,000 square foot home in the Highlands will appeal to all who appreciate great design. Sweeping views of the Tenmile Range and Breckenridge Ski Resort can be enjoyed from both levels of the home, as well as the outdoor living area. Inside, the varied use of materials and design styles creates a

barn wood from Montana, salvaged timbers from Iowa, and hand-carved doors from India serve to breathe new life into materials that would otherwise have been discarded. From the faux painted angel wings in the bedroom to a precious family book buried under the

Professionally furnished and accessorized

Directions From I-70, take Hwy 9 towards Breckenridge. Turn left at the light on Highlands Drive. At the stop sign, turn right onto Rounds Road. House will be on the left.

foundation of the home—we had a pleasure

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building a getaway for this loving and

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deserving family.

Highlights • 5,347

square feet bedrooms, 6.5 baths Reclaimed barn wood exterior siding Stone fireplaces with salvaged timber mantels

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vendors Contractor Pinnacle Mountain Homes 970.453.0727 pinnaclemtnhomes.com Kitchen Designer Cutting Edge Woodworking 719.486.0920 cuttingedge-woodworking.com

Contacts Pinnacle Mountain Homes 335 N. Main Street P.O. Box 7399 Breckenridge, CO 80424 pinnaclemtnhomes.com 970.453.0727 info@pinnaclemtnhomes.com

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www.ibdltd.net | Breckenridge, Colorado | 970.453.9020


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213 D Frisco Street Builder Raptor Construction

FRISCO vendors Designer/Developer Glassman Companies, LLC 417.860.3207 ridgeviewcourtatfrisco.com Builder Raptor Construction, Inc. 970.470.0393 raptorconstruction.com Kitchen Designer/Cabinets Cutting Edge Woodworking 719.486.0920 cuttingedge-woodworking.com

description Located a short walk from Frisco’s vibrant Main Street, this home is one of five units that make up Ridgeview Court, one of Frisco’s newest developments. Each home has a completely unique design, offering variety at every turn of the head, rather than the repetitive design found in many multifamily developments. Private rooftop decks that take advantage of the 360-degree views are one of the major features included with each home. A central courtyard gives the homeowners a comfortable outdoor space right outside their door, while also providing attractive scenery to view from inside their homes. Designer and developer Nathan Glassman followed the principals of Biophilic design to create a home that provides a seamless integration from indoors to out. Many natural materials were used to accomplish this goal, including large amounts of stone and woodwork throughout the home. The central feature of the home is a large stone wall that slips between the interior and exterior through a window measuring over fifteen feet tall. The stone wall is capped on the interior with one of the home’s three fireplaces, which extends roughly 26 feet above the living room floor, making it an anchor for the home from inside and out. Glassman Companies teamed up with Mike Hurley and Tim Scanlan of Raptor Construction who were able to bring their hands on approach to the project, ensuring each home was treated as though it was a custom residence even before any of the homes were sold. Once Unit D was under contract during construction, the homeowners were able to create a truly custom home by adding features like a large steam shower, a walk-in master shower, a bubble massage tub, a fireplace and wet

bar on the lower level, and even a fireplace on the rooftop deck. In addition to the large stone wall that forms the west wall of the living room, there are several other unique features found in this home. The north wall of the kitchen is covered in rough cut beetle kill timber and features a sliding barn door made custom by Raptor Construction of the same material. The door slides open to reveal the walk-in pantry while adding to the home’s rustic feel in a sustainably responsible way. Another unique feature of the home is the roughly 300 square foot roof top deck with panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. The deck is completed by a large fireplace that boasts Mount Royal as a backdrop. The home also incorporates a second floor deck that enjoys plenty of sunshine and a direct view of Mount Royal.

Highlights • 2,382

square feet bedrooms, 4.5 baths • Unique architecture that displays seamless integration between indoors and out • Large rooftop deck with panoramic views • Three fireplaces with one on rooftop deck • Extensive stone work throughout the home • Custom barn door made from beetle kill timber • Main floor master suite • Expansive window design allowing for passive solar, privacy, and mountain views • Custom cabinetry • Extensive landscaping • Downtown Frisco location • 3

Windows Sierra Pacific Windows Building Materials Breckenridge Building Center 970.453.2372 Mechanical Contractor JVC & KB Mechanical Stone Supplier Gallegos Stone Realtor Kouri Wolf 970.333.0303 Other Rocky Mountain Forest Products Y K Stone Center 303.935.6185 ykstonecenter.com

Contacts Glassman Companies P.O. Box 2167 Dillon, CO 80435 417.860.3207 glassmancompanies@gmail.com Raptor Construction, Inc. P.O. Box 1746 Dillon, CO 80435 raptorconstruction.com Mike Hurley 970.409.0083 Tim Scanlan 970.470.0393 timscanlan@hotmail.com

Directions From I-70 take exit 201 to Main Street and head east. Turn right on Second Avenue. Turn left on Frisco Street.

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photo courtesy of Addison Doty

photo courtesy of Andy Mattern

photo courtesy of Palo Santo Designs

repairable

moderates

improves sound quality

humidity

Invite Comfort

Discover what we can bring to your indoor space Contact: Greg Hess Contracting | 970.418.2346 | greg@greghessconsulting.com 866.404.1634 | AMERICANCLAY.COM

Custom Remodeling and Home Makeovers in Summit County for over 20 years

Inspiring

TRANSFORMING DESIGN Box 1679, Dillon, CO 80435 | 970.418.2346 | greg@greghessconsulting.com | hesscontracting.com

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129 flyline drive Contractor compass homes development, llc

Silverthorne

description The long awaited lake front homes have arrived! Majestic views from the lake to the mountains and beyond along one of the most beautiful ranges in Colorado-The Gore Range. The Ranch features

home. This is the quintessential Colorado setting

vendors

that takes advantage of the views of the lake,

Developer and Contractor Compass Homes Development, LLC 970.547.5047 compasshomesdev.com

wetlands, Gore Range and the sun. Come view our newest phase of cabins as well as our single family lots.

a private lake with a hiking trail that connects to

Highlights

Ptarmigan Trail. Nearly one hundred acres have

• 2,100

been preserved for open space. The home is accross from Raven golf course, cross-country ski trails, the famed Blue River, and Silverthorne bike trail. Our homes have been designed to create a feeling of rustic elegance through the use of natural materials including alder, slate, solid granite and local beetle kill timbers. Interior features include vaulted ceilings, main floor master bedrooms, wrought-iron railings, moss rock fireplaces, knotty alder cabinets, doors, and trim, hand hewn beetle kill pine timbers and slate floors. Exterior features include timber and moss rock, siloam stone walls,

• 3

Architect Arapahoe Architects 970.453.8474 arapahoearchitects.com

square feet

bedrooms, 2.5 baths

• Main

floor living with master bedroom, kitchen,

living and dining on the entry level • Spectacular

Gore Range views, next to wetlands

and Angler Mountain Ranch lake • In-floor

radiant heat

• Bronze

decorator lever handles, lighting and

bathroom fixtures • Many

upgrades and options available

• Decks

and patio facing southwest for enjoying the

views on the warm summer nights • The

HOA maintains the exteriors so you can focus

contea accents, rustic hewn timber siding, paver

on enjoying all the mountains have to offer

walkways and large windows to capture the

Directions

incredible views. Also available at Angler Mountain Ranch are single family home sites and single family cabins. Our cabins are designed for those who need a little more elbow room but still want the HOA maintenance all wrapped up into a single family

Interior Designer Mountain Comfort Furnishings 970.668.3661 mountaincomfortfrisco.com Realtor Dawn Crane 970.418.1598 anglermountainranch.com

Contacts Angler Mountain Ranch, LLC P.O. Box 5265 Frisco, CO 80443 anglermountainranch.com 970.418.1599 craneinco@comcast.net

I-70 exit 205 at Silverthorne. Go north on the Blue River Parkway (Hwy. 9) two miles to Bald Eagle Road. Turn right on Bald Eagle Rd., continue over the Angler Mountain Ranch Bridge for ½ mile to Flyline Drive.

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Lighting that Inspires

Faye Crowe Architect

730 Summit Blvd. #105

Frisco, CO 80443

T. 970.468.0573

Faye Crowe Architect, LLC fayecrowearchitect.com | 303.271.1553

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1450 Golden Eagle builder Greg Hess Contracting, Inc.

Silverthorne

description Sited on a mountainside in Silverthorne overlooking Ptarmigan Mountain and the Continental Divide, this contemporary home is a comfortable retreat for a family of Summit County locals. With three bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths, the home also features an open floor plan, contemporary touches, and custom details. A vaulted great room concept encompasses the main living area, featuring wood and tile floors, an American Clay fireplace, exposed steel beams and columns, custom maple and walnut doors, and wire cable railings on the interior staircase. The fireplace is crafted of non-toxic American Clay plaster, and features a linear design without mantle or hearth, in keeping with the home’s contemporary lines. The kitchen’s European-inspired cabinetry features metallic finishes and dark grey tones. A large island, topped with white granite, offers seating for four. The main-level master living suite holds another fireplace, as well as a custom built-in closet with rotating electric shoe rack. On the lower level, a comfortable family/billiards room provides space for entertaining, while two additional bedrooms round out the space.

Highlights •

4,211 square feet bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms Contemporary design and finishes American Clay accented fireplaces European style kitchen cabinets Pool table room

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• Home

office concrete floors Exposed steel beams and columns

• Stained •

Directions North on Hwy. 9 about 1.2 miles from I-70. Turn right on Golden Eagle South. Follow Golden Eagle South uphill, past the golf course and the speed bumps. The road curves to the north, house will be on the right.

vendors Builder Greg Hess Contracting, Inc. 970.418.2346 hesscontracting.com Architect Faye Crowe Architect 303.271.1553 fayecrowearchitect.com Landscape Neils Lunceford 970.468.0340 Stonework Pizana Masonry 970.406.0237 Flooring Colorado Custom Wood Floors 970.668.4994 Cabinets Cutting Edge Woodworking 719.486.0920 Doors Sun Mountain Doors, Inc. 970.532.2105 Windows Sierra Pacific sierrapacificwindows.com

Ironwork Cooks Welding 970.468.2116 Appliance Greers Appliance Center 970.468.6940 Interior Designer Harmony Interiors, LLC 970.668.0291 Framing, Lumber and Building Materials Breckenridge Building Center 970.453.2372 Tile and Lighting Inside Source 970.468.0573 Plumbing and Heating All Phases Plumbing 970.453.9653 Countertops MB Marble and Granite 303.715.3533 Metal Railings Standard Metal Works 303.717.3587 Stained Concrete Decorative Denver Concrete 720.320.1871

Contacts Greg Hess Contracting, Inc. Box 1679, Dillon, CO 80435 hesscontracting.com 970.418.2346 greg@greghessconsulting.com

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AWARD WINNING EXCELLENCE BY DESIGN AND CRAFTSMANSHIP

Mark McCrerey 970-418-1455 Mccrereyfinehomes.com


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36 THACKWELL LANE BUILDER M C CREREY FINE HOMES, LLC

KEYSTONE

DESCRIPTION The production of this home was a seamless collaboration between DHR Architecture & Design and McCrerey Fine Homes, LLC to create a unique multi-generational home for this international family. DHR Architecture is known for their mountain and Front Range classical architecture. Massive window walls in both the great room and two master bedroom suites allow the family fabulous views of the ski slopes at Keystone. The drywall has squared corners and returns to the windows with minimal wood trim. The home is clad in wired-brushed Western Red Cedar while finished with Telluride Gold Stone. The hardwood flooring is European wide plank, with a one of a kind finish and process specifically for this home. The Sierra Pacific Windows are made with wood harvested from a sustainable source from forests in California. Designs by Sundown did a masterful job blending the new landscaping seamlessly with natural environment. All of the furniture was designed by the Owner’s interior designer in their home country of South Africa and manufactured there. This is vital to the green building effort.

HIGHLIGHTS • • • •

4,685 square feet 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths Contemporary mountain architecture Twin master bedroom suites

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• •

Telluride gold exterior stone European wide plank flooring Energy efficient and environmentally friendly window walls Clad in Western Red cedar Water sense fixtures

DIRECTIONS Drive east on Hwy. 6 toward Dillon/Keystone. Turn slight right onto Montezuma Rd. Turn right on W. Independence Rd., take first left onto Tieze Lane. Take first right onto Thackwell Lane. House is on the right.

SPONSORS Alpine Lumber Co. Designs By Sundown DHR Architecture Sierra Pacific Windows Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

VENDORS

Building Materials Alpine Lumber Co. 970.328.6306 alpinelumber.com Framing & Siding Link Built, Inc. 970.376.2945 Cabinets MJB Custom Woodworking, LLC 303.518.4269 mjbcustomwoodworking.com Windows Sierra Pacific Windows 303.465.4676 sierrapacificwindows.com

CONTACTS McCrerey Fine Homes, LLC 619 Main Street P.O. Box 1082 Frisco, CO mccrereyfinehomes.com 970.418.1455 markm@mccrereyfinehomes.com

Builder/Contractor McCrerey Fine Homes, LLC 970.668.0686 mccrereyfinehomes.com Architect/Interior Designer DHR Architecture 303.355.2460 dhrarchitecture.com Landscape Designs By Sundown 303.789.4400 designsbysundown.com

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business directory 2013 Summit county parade of homes

3g Consulting, LLC.............................................. 27

Comfort by Kodiak.............................................. 19

A Discount Flooring............................................. 17

Creative Cabinetry............................................... 21

AG Masonry........................................................ 17

Cutting Edge Woodworking......... 19, 25, 29, 31, 35

Aichholz Excavation............................................. 19

Dancobuilt........................................................... 27

All Flooring........................................................... 19

Dawn Crane........................................................ 33

All Electric Company, Inc..................................... 27

Decorative Denver Concrete................................ 35

All Phases Plumbing............................................ 35

Designs By Sundown.......................................... 37

Alpine Lumber Co................................................ 37

Devigne Developing, Inc...................................... 23

Alpine Vista............................................................ 21

DHR Architecture................................................. 37

Altitude Garage Door..................................... 17, 19

D.I.A.N.A., Inc...................................................... 19

Angler Mountain Ranch, LLC............................... 33

Faye Crowe Architect.......................................... 35

Apex Mountain Homes, Inc................................. 19

Ferguson....................................................... 25, 29

Arapahoe Architects............................................ 33

Fire on Demand..................................................... 27

Audio-Video Solutions, Inc................................... 23

First Bank............................................................ 19

Austin Bluffs Lighting........................................... 21

Frisco Fireplace & Stone...................................... 27

Barn Owl Woodworking....................................... 17

Gallegos Stone.................................................... 31

Bank of the West................................................. 17

Glassman Companies, LLC................................. 31

Berkley Bank....................................................... 25

Granite and Marble Designs................................ 19

BHH Partners................................................ 23, 25

Greerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Appliance Center................... 17, 19, 23, 35

Bohemia Tile................................................. 17, 21

Greg Hess Contracting, Inc................................. 35

Breck Ironworks, Inc.............................................. 27

Gregory Door & Window................................ 17, 27

Breckenridge Associates Real Estate................... 19

Grizzly Plumbing ................................................. 17

Breckenridge Building Center.................. 23, 31, 35

Guthrie Electric.................................................... 19

Buffalo Mountain Builders.................................... 19

Harmony Interiors, LLC.................................. 19, 35

Chuck Davis & Associates, LLC............................. 27

Harrison Home Systems...................................... 25

Colorado Custom Wood Floors..................... 17, 35

Home Services of the Summit................................ 21

Compass Homes Development, LLC................... 33

Horizon Shades..................................................... 21

Cornerstone Creations, LLC.................................. 27

i Furnish............................................................... 19

Cooks Welding.................................................... 35

Inside Source................................................ 19, 35

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Interiors by Design, Ltd........................................ 23

Rocky Mountain Forest Products.....................21, 31

JVC & KB Mechanical.......................................... 31

Rolando Gonzales Masonry................................. 19

Kouri Wolf ........................................................... 31

Rothey Landscaping............................................ 29

LeBaron Contracting, Inc..................................... 19

R.W. Muessel...................................................... 27

Link Built, Inc....................................................... 37

Sierra Pacific Windows................ 25, 29, 31, 35, 37

Liquid Metal Works.............................................. 25

Shepler Architecture............................................ 19

Mark Bookman.................................................... 27

Specialty Woods.................................................. 17

Marty Frank/Breckenridge Associates.................. 19

Standard Metal Works......................................... 35

Martz Supply....................................................... 19

Stone Trends....................................................... 25

Matthew Stais Architects..................................... 17

Stover Granite............................................... 25, 29

Maximum Comfort Pool & Spa.........................19, 21

Summit Stoneworks............................................... 21

MB Marble and Granite................................. 23, 35

Sun Mountain, Inc................................... 19, 21, 35

McCrerey Fine Homes, LLC ................................ 37

Superior Alarm..................................................... 29

Michael Shult Architect........................................... 27

T. Scholl Fine Woodworks.................................... 17

MJB Custom Woodworking, LLC........................ 37

Tomko................................................................. 25

MK Development................................................. 27

Triangle Electric................................................... 17

More SPACE Place........................................ 19, 23

Trilogy Partners, LLC........................................... 17

Morning Star Elevator.......................................... 19

Vantia Hardwoods....................... 19, 21, 23, 25, 29

Mountain Comfort Furnishings............................. 33

Versatile Strokes.................................................. 29

Mountain Log Homes & Interiors.......................... 21

Vs Landscape & Irrigation...................................... 21

Mountain Log Homes of Colorado, Inc................ 21

Warm Springs Plumbing & Heating...................... 27

Neils Lunceford................................................... 35

Water Systems, Denver.......................................... 21

Pella Windows and Doors........................ 17, 19, 21

WCW Drywall......................................................... 21

Pinnacle Mountain Homes............................. 25, 29

Wells Fargo Home Mortgage............................... 37

Pioneer Log Homes of British Columbia.............. 21

Western States Fire Protection............................ 19

Pizana Masonry................................................... 35

W.H.K. Masonry.................................................. 27

Plumb Perfect, Plumbing and Heating, LLC......... 19

Wood Right Carpentry......................................... 23

Raptor Construction, Inc...................................... 31

Wood Source................................................ 25, 29

Rio Grande............................................................. 21

Y K Stone Center................................................ 31

Rocky Mountain Cabinets & Countertops............ 23

Zoni Concrete...................................................... 19

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Arched steel-framed glass doors open from the study to the seating area of the loftâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s great room, where a comfortable down-filled sofa by Taylor King, upholstered in linen selected by interior designer Catherine Lane, is angled toward mountain views. FACING PAGE: A late-19thcentury Mongolian wedding chest and a pair of antique doors from the Philippines anchor a casual but thoughtfully composed display of books and art, including, on the floor, pastels by Danish painter Peter Brandes and, on the wall, Montana landscapes in oil by James Poulson.

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PERSONAL PERSPECTIVE STORY BY NORMAN KOLPAS

A MASTER OF CLASSIC WESTERN DESIGN KEEPS IT SIMPLE IN HIS STYLISH DOWNTOWN BOZEMAN LOFT

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INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE BY PAUL BERTELLI, JLF & ASSOCIATES INTERIOR DESIGN BY PAUL BERTELLI AND CATHERINE LANE INTERIORS

You might expect the head of an architecture practice known for its restorations of classic ranch properties to live in a grand Western house surrounded by a vast natural landscape. So it may come as a surprise that Paul Bertelli, design principal of JLF & Associates, makes his home—shared with his fiancée and her daughter—in an 1,800-square-foot loft just a short walk from Bozeman’s historic downtown area, where his firm is based. But Bertelli’s home of the past four years not only hews closely to the philosophy that guides his business but also perfectly suits the lifestyle he prefers. “At JLF, we are regionalists,” he explains. “We respond to the immediate environment of a property, whether it’s in the Rocky Mountain West; Newport Beach, California; or Bucks County, Pennsylvania. I believe strongly in preserving the cultural and environmental identity of Bozeman, and the more we sprawl, the less we have. So living like this is a wise thing to do.” It’s also convenient, especially for a man who travels often for work and pleasure. “I really enjoy being able to leave the car in the garage underneath the building and just go at the drop of a hat,” he says. That’s not to say that Bertelli has forsaken the great West for the life of a city slicker. One look into his loft belies that FACING PAGE: Homeowner and architect Paul Bertelli designed the vanity for his master bathroom. Made from black steel pipe with a clear matte finish, it features a black Venetian granite countertop with unfinished edge and an undermounted sink with fixtures by Dornbracht. Complementing the retro-industrial look are a floor of Italian ceramic tile, wainscoting in white subway tiles from Montana Tile & Stone, and a pair of swing-arm, chrome-and-glass wall sconces by Rejuvenation. On the wall to the right of the vanity is a framed pencil drawing of a bucking bronco by artist Walter Piehl, Jr.

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notion. In the kitchen/dining/living area, wide ceiling-high windows run perpendicular to two main interior walls that frame arched steel-and-glass window-doors. Their large expanses allow natural light to flow through most of the loft’s interiors while showcasing vistas of some of the area’s most dramatic mountainscapes: Hyalite Canyon, the Spanish Peaks and the Tobacco Roots. Bertelli set the great room’s sofa and dining table askew so people seated there could gaze out at the best vistas. “Why square the layout to the room?” he says. “One of the most compelling reasons to live here is the ability to look out at that mountain range.” When designing the loft’s interiors, Bertelli opted for “a really clean palette that shows a little restraint.” The walls and ceiling are predominantly painted white, as are the kitchen’s custom cabinets. Most of the floors and some of the interior doors, meanwhile, are made from rough reclaimed corral boards that evoke Montana’s ranching past. “The dominant elements are contemporary,” Bertelli explains, “while the contrasts come from the more traditional components.” Along with comfortable neutral-toned upholstered furnishings customized in consultation with local interior designer and friend Catherine Lane, that materials palette provides an ideal background for a highly personal range of beautiful and useful items Bertelli has collected over the years (see sidebar). In a compact footprint, it all adds up to a surprisingly spacious-feeling home that expresses the tastes of the man who designed it. “I’d never done a place for myself before this one,” Bertelli says. “I think too many architects build something for themselves too early in their careers, and they give in to the temptation to express everything they know. Not until later in your career can you show some restraint. You realize how little you really need, which coincides with a level of maturity about your work and about what’s important in your life.” ○


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PARTICULAR FAVORITES “Living in a smaller space forces you to think about what’s important, and to be very particular about what you have,” Paul Bertelli says of his loft home in downtown Bozeman. With that in mind, the architect singles out a few items he’s learned he can’t live without: BOOKS A voracious reader, Bertelli fills the shelves in his study with favorite categories including biographies “of everyone from John Adams to Neil Young,” histories and travel books, “including a section of just maps and Fodor and Lonely Planet guidebooks.” POTS AND PANS Those from the professional-quality All-Clad brand are the avid home cook’s favorites. “The overall simplicity of their design, their functionality and their durability make them, day to day, the cool things to use in my kitchen.” ART “Most of the pieces have come from artist friends,” Bertelli says, “and I’ve also received a lot of art as gifts from clients.” He started collecting with plein-air landscapes, “but lately,” he says, “I’m beginning to move toward abstract works.” ANTIQUES Because he lives in a compact space, Bertelli has limited his antiques to a few excellent pieces. He’s drawn to antiques from Asia, “which are expressed in a simpler way that I really appreciate,” he says.

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Near the dining area, a pair of antique Chinese doors some 600 years old contrast with the adjacent doors to the master suite. Bertelli designed the dining table with rolling steel-pipe legs and a reclaimed-fir top. A wicker couch by Palecek with gold mohair cushions provides seating on one side; chairs on the other three sides are from Restoration Hardware. A sisal area rug helps define the space. FACING PAGE: The kitchen is equipped for serious cooking with a six-burner-plus-griddle Viking gas range, granite counters, Elkay sinks, a Viking dishwasher, and ample storage in white-painted wood cabinets designed by Bertelli and fabricated by Mountain High Woodworks.

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“I ENJOY THE KIND OF CLASSIC AMERICAN NEIGHBORHOOD THAT WE HAVE HERE IN DOWNTOWN BOZEMAN.” PAUL BERTELLI

ABOVE: Bertelli relaxes in the doorway to his study filled with books, art, model ships and other personal collections. Behind him is a vintage Stickley woodand-leather Morris chair. LEFT: Behind the master bedroom’s mohairupholstered headboard, designed by Catherine Lane, is the only wall in the home painted a soft gray hue rather than white. “White is about light,” Bertelli says. “Gray is that wonderful neutral color that makes all others more vibrant.” A Nepalese rug adds another touch of color.

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A freestanding cast-iron tub by Cheviot adds a hint of Old West style to the master bathroom, while sleek Dornbracht chrome fixtures bring modern-day convenience. A wool carpet Bertelli bought on a trip to Kathmandu adds softness to the floor of twofoot-square mottled-gray Italian ceramic tiles. Above the tub is a lithograph by artist Russell Chatham.

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PICTURE PERFECT INSPIRED BY NEW MEXICO’S HISTORY AND LANDSCAPE, AN ARTIST TURNS HER CREATIVE EYE TO A RUN-DOWN ADOBE SHE JUST COULDN’T RESIST

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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Fine art photographer and designer Susan Stella gives handmade clay vessels pride of place throughout her restored adobe home. A rustic fence offers privacy and rich texture. Stella with her beloved wire-haired dachshunds. FACING PAGE: Stella found the antique New Mexican desk at local gallery Shiprock Santa Fe. It once belonged to Native American art dealer H. Malcolm Grimmer. Among the treasures on the desk is a gift from Stellaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s father: an abstract white plaster sculpture of a female figure.

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CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: When she renovated her home, Stella added the turned portal columns, which were hand-carved in Taos, New Mexico. The settee on the front porch is Indian; Stella stained it black with a BioShield stain. In the kitchen, Stella preserved the blue tile backsplash, which she believes was original to the house. Stella’s well-worn Western wear. FACING PAGE: Stella mixed a custom color for her front doors. “I’ve always been inspired by the different blues used in Pueblo architecture,” she says. “They can range from turquoise to deep, rich indigos.”

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INTERIOR DESIGN BY SUSAN STELLA

FOR 30 YEARS, AESTHETIC CONSULTANT, INTERIOR STYLIST AND FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHER Susan Stella wanted a home in New Mexico. “I started coming here in the late ’70s and was completely affected by the color, the light, the native architecture,” she says. “I loved the colors of the earth here, the subtleties of the tones.” Stella got her wish when she found this 900-squarefoot adobe in Tesuque, just north of Santa Fe. It was hand-built in the 1970s by a couple who lives just down the road. It had good bones, as they say, but it needed restoration, both structural and aesthetic. No matter: Stella had fallen in love. Despite its shabbiness, the home had a few handsome features that inspired its new owner. The adobe walls “un-

dulate slightly, so beautifully,” she says. The window frames “are like art objects” with their simple, thick wood headers. And the willow doors to her daughter’s bedroom, and the matching kitchen cabinets and shutters, add texture and depth. From the start, Stella knew she would honor the area’s design vernacular and its natural beauty—the very things she loved from her first introduction to New Mexico—and add a few modern influences. She found inspiration in works by mid-20th-century artists, including Georgia O’Keeffe and Paul Strand, who lived and worked in New Mexico and contributed to its cultural history. “In New Mexico, you’ve got this powerful historical reference,” >>

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The living room combines pieces in a range of styles and from several eras. The antique hutch, with its beautiful green patina, came from Recollections in Santa Fe. The midcentury Womb Chair is covered in Knoll mohair velvet. The chandelier shows off intricate Mexican tin work; Stella found it at Artesanos Mexican Imports in Santa Fe. The artwork throughout the home comes from Stella, her daughter and friends. FACING PAGE: One of Stellaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best design tricks is perhaps the simplest: In a small space, select a limited color palette and rely on textures and patterns to add depth and interest. Her neutral black-and-cream palette shows up in the master suite, desk accessories and even on the front-porch settee.

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Stella says. “You have the Pueblo-style architecture that really reveres materials and you also have a cultural lineage from artists who integrated a beautiful midcentury aesthetic. My design approach grew from the combination of these influences.” Stella left the home’s simple layout as it was: long and rectangular, with a bedroom on each end and living space in the middle. Then she added a few elements to enhance the home’s connection to its place while making the space itself more unified. With help from contractors at PK Works, she added 3-inch-thick sills of ponderosa pine to all the windows. “They feel very Old World New Mexico,” she says. For the kitchen, she designed an adobe island topped with four-inch-thick planks of warped ponderosa pine. She painted all the home’s walls with a soft white clay paint except the wall behind each bed, which she covered in American Clay’s earth plaster in warm >>

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rose and adobe brown hues. “I was going for that tactile, solid feel in materials,” she says. “Simple, minimal, but real.” Designing a home is a lot like creating art, Stella says. “You work with color and composition, and then you tend to the details and textural elements.” And the details here are exquisite: worn antiques, feel-good fabrics, midcentury furnishings, and contemporary artwork created by Stella, her friends and her daughter. The living room blends a Saarinen Womb Chair covered in olive green mohair velvet from Knoll with a tulip table, an ethereal Isamu Noguchi paper lamp, and a weathered green hutch Stella found at Recollections in Santa Fe. A light fixture that displays gorgeous Mexican tinwork crowns the room. The effect is at once soothing and mesmerizing. The master bedroom gets similar treatment: Stella used a creamand-black Donghia fabric (found on eBay) to cover her headboard and Moroccan ottoman, and to create the curtains that separate her bedroom from the living space. Two 19th-century antique Guatemalan tables flank the bed, and across the room stands a late-19th-century New Mexican wood desk, found at local art gallery Shiprock Santa Fe. Artwork fills the in-between spaces. The home pays tribute to the unique New Mexican beauty Stella loved for decades before living here. “When you find a land and a space that speaks to you, it’s almost like a calling; it’s hard to ignore,” she says. “I feel like this home is alive again.” ○

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The small living space feels bright, courtesy of white walls and natural light. The brick floors are original to the home, and Stella added the weighty ponderosa pine windowsill on the far left. FACING PAGE, CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: In the master bedroom, a cloud-like Isamu Noguchi paper lamp tops an antique Guatemalan bedside table; under the table is a clay vessel by artist Lisa Jensen-Nye. Stella covered the walls behind each bed in a warm, earthtoned clay plaster and dressed each bed with Rough Linen bedding by Tricia Rose. For an easyâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;and colorfulâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; bedside table accent, Stella displayed a few favorite necklaces in a small handwoven basket.

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Reclaimed, hand-chiseled spruce beams from Austria mix with modern, comfortable furnishings in the living area, where bright accents of color warm a palette of cool neutrals. The orange and yellow draperies were custom made in Switzerland, and the fabric is just sheer enough to allow sunlight to flood the room while providing privacy when needed. The white sofa is Flexform, and the rug is natural sheepskin.

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IN THE SKI RESORT TOWN OF VAIL, where mountainside mansions are as common as city slickers on the bunny slopes, the vision that Balz Arrigoni and his wife Christina had for their new home was charmingly down to earth. “We told our architect [Doug DeChant of Douglas Miller DeChant Architects/ Shepherd Resources] that we wanted a true family home where we could all be together,” he says. As the owners of Vail-based luxury flooring company Arrigoni Woods, the Arrigonis had worked with DeChant professionally and long admired his work. This project presented the architect with a challenge: The building site is backed by national forest land, and its narrow profile restricted the width of the house to just 17 feet. But DeChant was undeterred. “When we focus on potential rather than limitations, we find that unexpected solutions emerge,” he says of the spacious three-story design he developed for the family. “My wife and I felt it was important to have our children’s rooms on the same level as ours,” Balz explains, “and we specifically requested smaller bedrooms and a shared bathroom for them because we didn’t want our kids off living independently behind closed doors. We also asked for open living spaces, many windows and huge sliding doors to bring in as much natural light as possible.” >>

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ARCHITECTURE BY DOUGLAS MILLER DECHANT ARCHITECTS/SHEPHERD RESOURCES CUSTOM BUILDING SYSTEM BY CONCEPT 4012

While the site was excavated and the foundation was poured, the majority of the home was pre-built in Switzerland through the Arrigonis’ recently launched company, Concept 4012. Unlike earlier “prefab” homes, Concept 4012’s sophisticated building modules are meticulously engineered using the latest energy-saving technologies. The super-insulated walls have an advanced R-value of 46 and are fitted with pre-installed highly efficient windows. After traveling by boat to Houston and via train to Denver, three enormous shipping containers arrived by truck in Vail. Much like an Amish barn raising, a professional team of builders erected the 3,800-square-foot home in just seven days. “You cut out four or five months of construction time” compared to traditional “stick-built” homes, Balz says of the system. Because so many of the elements were prefabricated, the house was move-in ready just four months after the containers arrived. In a nod to Balz’s Swiss heritage, the home’s chalet-style design features overhanging eaves that keep the interiors cool in the summer and a sharply angled roof that sheds snow in the winter. The reclaimed exterior siding, imported from Austria, was left in its natural state and never has to be treated; the roof shingles are made from recycled tires. >> 132

In the open dining area, large sliding-glass doors let in sunlight and expand the living space to the outdoors. Chrome Magnum Stricktex chairs surround a simple walnut table, all by Austrian manufacturer Team 7. The overhead light fixture is from WAC Lighting, and floors are old-growth hand-scraped Bavarian oak. FACING PAGE: The home was pre-built in Europe by the Arrigonis’ company, Concept 4012. Super-insulated walls and overhanging eaves keep the home cool in the summer and warm in the winter, and the reclaimed wood siding is naturally maintenance-free.


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In dramatic contrast to the home’s traditional exterior, the Arrigonis created a contemporary interior with modern furnishings and a palette of soft neutrals accented with bright colors. The sleek kitchen, which Balz calls “the centerpiece of the house,” is fitted with handsome gray cabinetry by Bulthaup. A central hearth provides heat and a natural gathering place that unites the open living and dining areas. Bedroom walls are covered in reclaimed wood, and old beams from Salzburg show the hand-chiseled notches that were used in homebuilding more than a century ago. Not surprisingly, Balz chose some of his favorite woods for the home’s floors. The main level features wide hand-hewn planks of old-growth Bavarian oak, which he says is a good, functional choice for a family. “The natural gray tones are neutral, like the Swiss,” he jokes. The top and bottom-level floors are Siberian larch, a soft wood enhanced with a white oil finish. The home is temperate and comfortable in both summer and winter, with energy bills averaging just $120 a month throughout the year. Best of all, the house supports the couple’s original vision of family togetherness: “We live on all the levels and use every space in this home,” Balz says. ○

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A playful swing hangs from the ceiling in the sitting corner, where a pair of red Ligne Roset Togo lounge chairs invite relaxation. The wraparound hearth is covered in a dark gray, matte-finish porcelain tile, with a built-in seating ledge perfect for warming up by the fire. The vintage ski poster from St. Moritz is a colorful reminder of Balz Arrigoni’s ski racing days.


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Miele appliances and contemporary cabinetry from German manufacturer Bulthaup create an uncluttered, unified front in the functional, sleek kitchen, where the Arrigonis enjoy baking homemade bread in the wall-mounted ovens. A flat glass cooktop is set in a large center island that provides additional storage, and an offset slab of elm wood provides a transitional ledge for serving. Restaurant-style countertops are fabricated in polished stainless steel, and the yellow glass pendant lights illuminating the island are from Tech Lighting.

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“THE COST OF SHIPPING THE PRE-BUILT COMPONENTS FROM EUROPE IS EASILY MADE UP FOR BY THE LABOR AND TIME SAVINGS DURING CONSTRUCTION.” BALZ ARRIGONI

TOP: In the light and bright master bathroom, a pair of deep, rectangular porcelain sinks are set in Duravit wall-mounted cabinets from Euro Bath + Tile. After an invigorating steam shower or a relaxing bath in the soaking tub, the homeowners can dry off with warm towels from the heated towel rack. ABOVE: Architect Doug DeChant maximized every foot of the lot’s narrow building envelope, and created a spacious upper deck and a main floor wraparound walk-out patio that extends the living area to the outdoors.

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Rustic reclaimed wood from Austria lines the wall of a cozy guest room, where the bed is covered with crisp red-and-white linens that Christina Arrigoni brought back from Switzerland. French doors open to a private garden, and the floors are white oiled Siberian larch from Arrigoni Woods. The corner rocking chair is an antique, and the flat-panel walnut door is from Austrian manufacturer Dana Doors.

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LIXTORP kitchen starting at $1799* Based on a 10'×10' kitchen. LIXTORP brown solid oak/oak veneer kitchen. *The total price includes cabinets, fronts, interior shelving, drawer and door dampers, hinges, toekicks, legs, visible moldings and panels. Your choice of countertop, sink, faucet, handles, appliances and lighting are sold separately. See IKEA store for limited warranty, country of origin, and 10'×10' layout details. Valid in US IKEA stores only.


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OF BUCKAROOS AND BRANCHES THE ARTIST: Lisa Kokin BEST KNOWN FOR: Making art from books in a process she refers to as “sewing and alterations.” INSPIRATION: This work is part of a series, “How the West Was Sewn,” which came to life when the artist rescued a pile of old pulp cowboy novels from the recycling center. Kokin says “they begged to be rearranged and recontextualized.” A NEW READING: Kokin tames the rip-roaring violence and lawlessness of the novels by means of the traditional “women’s work” of sewing. The colorful spines and daring and dastardly pages take on the gently organic and lifeaffirming natural forms of leaves, branches and tendrils. Lisa Kokin’s work is on view at the Boise Art Museum, October 5, 2013 - April 27, 2014. ○

Lisa Kokin Book covers, shredded pages, mull, thread, wire. 79” x 27” x 7.5” Gail Severn Gallery 400 First Ave. N. Ketchum, ID 208-726-5092 gailseverngallery.com

PHOTO BY LIA ROOZENDAAL /JAGWIRE DESIGN

–– Laura Beausire

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Benchmark Manor

529 Benchmark Drive - Mountain Village, Colorado

Great Room

Kitchen

Guest Cottage Living Room

A magnificent blend of bold, hand-crafted mountain architecture, refined finishes, awe-inspiring living spaces and contemporary comforts, all slope side with enchanted forest-like private ski and walking trails to and from the residence. An exterior of Telluride Gold Stone, antique timbers and barn wood siding surround a motor court that welcomes guests and family. Four outdoor living spaces nestled amongst old growth spruce are located on 2.64 secluded acres with breathtaking views of the San Sophia Range. The main residence encompasses four luxurious master suites, fireplaces with carved wood and glazed stone surrounds, a three-sided mezzanine with sitting room and full laundry, elevator, home theater, billiard/game room with wet bar, dine-in wine cellar, powder room and gallery hall. A “library-breezeway” joins the main residence to a two bedroom/two bath French country guest cottage. $12,450,000 www.TellurideBenchmarkManor.com

George Harvey  970.729.0111  George@TheHarveyTeam.net  www.TheHarveyTeam.net Post Office Box 2283  Telluride, Colorado 81435


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Designed by RSA Architects Built by deLuca Construction Stone as Art by Simon Aplin

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Mountain Living September October 2013  

Designers' Own Homes

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