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FEATURES 124

BRIDGE HOUSE Dramatic suspension bridges inspire architect Tommy Hein’s design for a contemporary mountain retreat in Telluride, Colorado. Architecture by Tommy Hein Architects Interior Design by Don Connelly

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WESTERN ELEGANCE An East Coast couple builds a mountain home that celebrates summer sunshine and Colorado’s blue skies. Architecture by VAg, Inc., Architects & Planners Interior Design by Worth Interiors

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A NEW TAKE ON TAHOE A modern shoreline residence in Incline Village, California, captures the spirit of a classic Lake Tahoe lodge. Architecture by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson Interior Design by William Cooper Design

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SHOPPING Top mountain interior designers share the bold and beautiful chandeliers they just can’t wait to get their hands on.

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INSIDER’S GUIDE Private Residence Clubs Five of the West’s most exclusive residence clubs take the comforts of home to new heights.

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TOP MOUNTAIN ARCHITECTS & INTERIOR DESIGNERS The sixth edition of our exclusive guide to the most talented and influential design professionals at work in the West today.

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HOUSE OF THE MOMENT A cool, modern vibe meets familyfriendly amenities in a mountain home near Aspen, Colorado.

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ot long ago, ML contributing writer Norman Kolpas and I got to talking about Vincent J. Scully, Sterling Professor Emeritus, History of Art, at Yale University, a man regarded as one of the great architecture historians, and author of many books on the subject. As an undergraduate student at Yale in the early 1970s, Kolpas had the privilege of working with Scully, who, Kolpas recalls, “taught me by example that you could talk about architecture in ordinary, everyday, non-jargon words, about how buildings made you feel.” Rather than focusing on names, dates and technical terms, Scully would point out how towering pilasters in Michelangelo’s Laurentian Library in Florence feel threatening from the main floor, as if they might “tumble right out of the wall and fall on your head as in an earthquake,” but from the secondfloor reading room, they seem to stand by protectively “like soldiers.” I think Scully got it right. Whether we’re experts or not, we all live with architecture every day, and we can all notice how a space makes us feel. We know what feels right, we know what we like, and that human experience of a space is really what architecture is about. As you explore the homes featured in our annual Architecture & Design Issue, I invite you to think about how the different spaces make you feel— and to share your thoughts with us if you feel so inspired. You’re welcome to send me an e-mail, or post a comment on our Facebook page at facebook.com/mountainlivingmag.

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“Made of metal and finished with distressed gold and wood accents, this chandelier has an understated formal approach that can be placed in either a traditional or modern setting. I’ve used it in both entry and bedroom applications.” Milano Chandelier by Gray Morell, available to the trade, graymorell.com

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Located at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort in Teton Village, Teton Club offers a taste of Western heritage mixed with the style and sensibilities of a five-star hotel. Spacious two- and three-bedroom residences include galley kitchens, stone fireplaces and large baths with soaking tubs, plus true ski-in/ski-out access.

It’s hard to be closer to the action than mid-mountain at Northstar Highlands, where this stylish Ritz-Carlton resides. Seventy-eight two- to four-bedroom fractional-ownership residences feature interiors inspired by the indigenous Washoe tribe, with a modern twist. Memberships include privileges and year-round amenities at the Tahoe Mountain Club. While You’re There: Take a spin around the skating rink, open year-round, or kick back in a cabana at the Village at Northstar; head down to the lake and rent a Ski-Doo, kayak or paddleboat at North Tahoe Watersports; and visit the nearby town of Truckee for dinner at Moody’s Bistro & Lounge. Insider Tip: Don’t miss a meal by acclaimed San Francisco chef Traci Des Jardins at Manzanita at the Ritz-Carlton Resort.

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You’ll feel at home at “hello” at this remarkable new Four Seasons destination, where everything from service to design is an art. Nineteen plush two- to four-bedroom residences feature mountain views, private terraces, Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances and access to the Four Seasons Resort Vail. Flame restaurant and treatments at the hotel spa are tops. While You’re There: World-class shopping and dining are at your doorstep in European-style Vail Village, as well as hiking, biking and skiing/snowboarding on Vail Mountain, depending on the season. Insider Tip: Don’t feel like going out? Have a Four Seasons chef prepare a customized gourmet meal in your private kitchen. If you’re wondering how to recreate a dish, don’t be afraid to ask; the chefs are often willing to share their recipes.

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Upscale in every way, residences at The Hemingways have all the advantages of a private mountain estate, plus an exclusive clubhouse and resort-style amenities. Eight three-level, four-bedroom homes offer 3,800 square feet of living space, private heated decks and personal elevators, plus daily housekeeping, chauffeur and concierge services. The ski slopes on Bald Mountain are just a snowball’s throw away, and fishing is right outside your door on Warm Springs Creek.

French-chateau style is evident at this prestigious property set mid-mountain at Deer Valley Resort’s Silver Lake Village. Nineteen three- and four-bedroom residences and four-bedroom penthouses are elegantly appointed, and amenities range from private chauffeured Escalades to a spa, salon and fine dining.

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Telluride Luxury Resource Guide Tucked into a box canyon in the San Juan Mountains of southwest Colorado, Telluride and neighboring Mountain Village offer visitors an eclectic mix of culture, adventure and history. Surrounded on three sides by 14,000-foot mountain peaks, the picturesque town of Telluride is just eight blocks wide and 12 blocks long. From mining-boom town to world-renowned ski town, Telluride is filled with legendary stories and characters. Among them: Butch Cassidy and his Wild Bunch kicked off their bank-robbing careers at the San Miguel Bank in 1889. With its colorful Victorian-era homes, boutiques, art galleries, gourmet restaurants, historic buildings and more, Telluride is a delight to explore. Perched above the town’s valley floor at 9,500 feet is Mountain Village, providing access to the Telluride Ski Resort and Uncompahgre National Forest. A vision of alpine elegance, this European-style village provides guests with the best of everything in the Telluride region. The two towns are connected by a free, scenic gondola—the only transportation system of its kind in North America—providing the ultimate views of the valley and beyond. For more information about Telluride, go to VisitTelluride.com or contact Telluride Central Reservations at 1-888-605-2578.

Directly overlooking the San Miguel River and steps away from the gondola, ski lifts and restaurants, this ski-in/ski-out residence offers state-of-the-art amenities, including five master bedroom suites plus a media/bunk room, and a spectacular great room with stunning views. The home’s grandeur and comfort, paired with its premier location, distinguish 400 Depot as Telluride’s finest luxury accommodation.

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

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

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

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

Architect Susan Desko 208-726-0155, susandesko-aia.com 311 First Avenue N. 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

Architecture W 503-239-5848, architecturew.com 240 N. Broadway Street, Suite 208 Portland, OR 97227

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

B3 Architects 805-966-1547, b3architects.com 1222 State Street, Suite 250 Santa Barbara, CA 93101

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

Backen Gillam Kroeger Architects 415-289-3860, bgarch.com 2352 Marinship Way Sausalito, CA 94965


TOP MOUNTAIN ARCHITECTS Bercovitz Design Architects 970-728-4555, bercovitzdesign.com 119 W. Colorado Avenue, Suite A Telluride, CO 81435 Berglund Architects 970-926-4301, berglundarchitects.com 210 Edwards Village Blvd., Suite A103 Edwards, CO 81632 Berlin Architects 307-733-5697, berlinarchitects.com 275 Veronica Lane Jackson, WY 83001 BHH Partners Planners/Architects 970-453-6880, bhhpartners.com 160 E. Adams Street Breckenridge, CO 80424 Bitnar Architects 406-587-1983, bitnararchitects.com 502 S. Grand Avenue Bozeman, MT 59715

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Blue Line Architects 970-827-5400, bluelinearchitects.com 421 Main Street, Suite C1 Minturn, CO 81645

Balance Associates, Architects 206-322-7737, balanceassociates.com 80 Vine Street, Suite 201 Seattle, WA 98121 BAMO 415-979-9880, bamo.com 500 Third Street San Francisco, CA 94107 Barnes Gromatzky Kosarek Architects 512-476-7133, bgkarchitects.com 1508 W. Fifth Street, Suite 200 Austin, TX 78703 Barrett Studio Architects 303-449-1141, barrettstudio.com 1944 20th Street Boulder, CO 80302 Barton Phelps & Associates, Architects & Planners 323-934-8615, bpala.com 5514 Wilshire Blvd., 10th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90036

Carney Logan Burke Architects 307-733-4000, clbarchitects.com 215 S. King Street Jackson, WY 83001 CCY Architects 970-927-4925, ccyarchitects.com 228 Midland Avenue Basalt, CO 81621 Centre Sky Architecture 303-840-0020, centresky.com 10125 Rancho Montecito Drive Parker, CO 80138 Charles Cunniffe Architects 970-925-5590, cunniffe.com 610 E. Hyman Avenue Aspen, CO 81611 Cheng Design 510-849-3272, chengdesign.com 2808 San Pablo Avenue Berkeley, CA 94702 Comma-Q Architecture 406-585-1112, commaq.com 109 N. Rouse Avenue, Suite 1 Bozeman, MT 59715

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson 206-256-0862, bcj.com 1932 First Avenue, Suite 916 Seattle, WA 98101

Craig Melvin Architects 970-728-5251 craigmelvinarchitects.com 2001/2 S. Oak Street Telluride, CO 81435

Boniface + Associates 505-983-5266, boniface.com 1012 Marquez Place, Suite 301A Santa Fe, NM 87505

CTA Architects Engineers 406-248-7455, ctagroup.com 13 N. 23rd Street Billings, MT 59103

Bosworth Hoedemaker 206-545-8434, bosworthhoedemaker.com 1408 N. 45th Street Seattle, WA 98103

Cutler Anderson Architects 206-842-4710, cutler-anderson.com 135 Parfitt Way S.W. Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

BraytonHughes Design Studios 415-291-8100, bhdstudios.com 639 Howard Street San Francisco, CA 94105

Dale Cox Architects 530-550-9144, dalecoxarchitects.com P.O. Box 459 Truckee, CA 96160

Brewster McLeod Architects 970-544-0130, brewstermcleod.com 117 S. Monarch Street Aspen, CO 81611

Dan Joseph Architects 800-800-3935, djawest.com 7720 Shedhorn Drive, PMB 161 Bozeman, MT 59718

Burdge & Associates Architects 208-495-3228, buaia.com 809 Canyon Road Hailey, ID 83333

David A. Beal & Associates 303-443-9613, dabassoc.com 1526 Spruce Street, Suite 201 Boulder, CO 80302

Candace Lindell Design 707-226-7717 1235 Henry Road Napa, CA 94559

David Johnston Architects 970-925-3444, djarchitects.com 418 E. Cooper Street, Suite 206 Aspen, CO 81611

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

DGBK Architects 604-682-1664, dgbk.com 1500 W. Georgia Street, Suite 950 Vancouver, BC V6G 2Z6

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TOP MOUNTAIN ARCHITECTS DHR Architecture 303-355-2460, dhrarchitecture.com 3200 Cherry Creek South Drive, Suite 410 Denver, CO 80209

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

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

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

G.R. Design Group Architects 970-728-0656, telluridearchitect.com P.O. Box 0693 Telluride, CO 81435

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

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

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

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

James Hardy Architect 970-728-1278, jharchitect.com 657 W. Colorado Avenue, Suite C2 Telluride, CO 81435

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

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

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

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

Dubbe-Moulder Architects 307-733-9551, dubbe-moulder.com 1160 Alpine Lane, Suite 2A Jackson Hole, WY 83002 Earl Anderson & Associates 720-529-8828, earlanderson.com 5600 S. Quebec Street, Suite 210A Greenwood Village, CO 80111 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 Ewing Architects 626-584-0860, ewingarchitects.com 723 E. California Blvd. Pasadena, CA 91106 Faulkner Architects 530-582-7400, faulknerarchitects.com 12242 Business Park Drive, Suite 18 Truckee, CA 96161 Feather & Gill Architects 505-471-2195, featherandgill.com 418 Cerrillos Road, Suite 24 Santa Fe, NM 87501 Finholm Architects 970-925-5713, finholmarchitects.com P.O. Box 5546 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 Folwell Studios Architecture 720-334-1168, folwellstudios.com 731 Crescent Drive Boulder, CO 80303 Galambos Architects 970-429-1286, galambosarchitects.net Building 314 AABC, Suite D Aspen, CO 81611 Gen Architects 503-243-7183, genarch.com 11001 S.W. Riverside Drive Portland, OR 97219 Gettliffe Architecture 303-449-9155, gettliffe.com 2970 Washington Street Boulder, CO 80304

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

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

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

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

Michael G. Imber Architects 210-824-7703, michaelgimber.com 111 W. El Prado Drive San Antonio, TX 78212

KAA Design Group 310-821-1400, kaadesigngroup.com 4201 Redwood Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90066

Lea Sisson Architect 970-728-1849, leasissonarchitects.com 100 W. Colorado Avenue, Suite 234 Telluride, CO 81435

Michael P. Johnson Design Studio 480-488-2691, mpjstudio.com P.O. Box 4058 Cave Creek, AZ 85327

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

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

Miller Architects 406-222-7057, ctmarchitects.com 208 W. Park Street Livingston, MT 59047

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

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

The Miller Hull Partnership 206-682-6837, millerhull.com Polson Building, 71 Columbia, 6th Floor Seattle, WA 98104

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

Lundberg Design 415-695-0110, lundbergdesign.com 2620 Third Street San Francisco, CA 94107

Morter Architects 970-476-5105, morterarchitects.com 2271 N. Frontage Road W. Vail, CO 81657

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

Mosaic Architects 303-247-1100, mosaicarchitects.com 1829 Pearl Street Boulder, CO 80302

Manchester Architects 970-923-4411 manchester-architects.com 1101 Village Road, Suite 1C Carbondale, CO 81623

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

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Kibo Group Architecture 406-542-5050, kibogroup.com 140 S. Fourth Street W., Suite 2 Missoula, MT 59801

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

Nicholas J. Kromydas, Architect 530-525-5831 nicholasjkromydasarchitect.com P.O. Box 355 Homewood, CA 96141

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

Obie G. Bowman, Architect 707-433-7833, obiebowman.com P.O. Box 1114 Healdsburg, CA 95448

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

Olson Kundig Architects 206-624-5670, olsonkundigarchitects.com 159 S. Jackson Street, Suite 600 Seattle, WA 98104

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

One Architects 970-728-8877, onearchitects.com 220 E. Colorado Avenue, Suite 220 Telluride, CO 81435

Mell Lawrence Architects 512-441-4669, architecturalpolka.com 913 W. Gibson Street Austin, TX 78704

Osburn/Clarke Productions 604-682-2988, osburnclarke.com 25 Alexander Street Vancouver, B.C. V6A 1B2

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

Otto/Walker Architects 435-649-6373, otto-walker.com 2200 Park Avenue, Suite C201 Park City, UT 84060

“A BUILDING HAS AN OBLIGATION TO AT LEAST ADDRESS ITS NEIGHBORS. THAT DOESN’T MEAN IT IMITATES THEM. MAYBE IT ARGUES WITH THEM. THE POINT IS THAT IT RELATES.” HARRY TEAGUE, HARRY TEAGUE ARCHITECTS ML | www.mountainliving.com 45


TOP MOUNTAIN ARCHITECTS Park City Architecture 435-649-7601, parkcityarchitect.com 6421N. Business Park Loop Drive, Suite C Park City, UT 84098 Pb Elemental 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

“I BELIEVE I’M IN A PROFESSION OF HAPPINESS AND OPTIMISM. I TRY TO CREATE POSITIVE SPACES. THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT SHOULD BE SECONDARY TO THE FEELING YOU HAVE WHEN YOU ENTER A SPACE.” PETRA SATTLER-SMITH, MAYER SATTLER-SMITH 46

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Robert G. Sinclair Architecture 970-925-4269, rgsarchitecture.com P.O. Box 8114 Aspen, CO 81612 Rodwin Architecture 303-413-8556, rodwinarch.com 1245 Pearl Street, Suite 202 Boulder, CO 80302 Rohde Design 303-444-6498, rohdedesigninc.com 2400 Agate Road Boulder, CO 80304

Studio.bna Architects 406-222-7488, studio-bna.com 330 S. Third Street Livingston, MT 59047 Studio H:T Architects 303-247-0405, studioht.com 1445 Pearl Street, Suite 208 Boulder, CO 80302 Studio Ryker 406-220-1099, studioryker.com P.O. Box 838 Livingston, MT 59047

Phillips Architecture & Planning 541-382-8415, phillipsarchitecture.com 20185 Winston Loop Bend, OR 97701

Rowland + Broughton Architecture & Urban Design 970-544-9006, rowlandbroughton.com 117 S. Monarch Street Aspen, CO 81611

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

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

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

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

Piper Architecture 970-949-7074, piperarchitecture.com 48 E. Beaver Creek Blvd. Avon, CO 81620

Skylab Architecture 503-525-9315, skylabdesign.com 1221 S.W. Alder Street Portland, OR 97205

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

Snowdon and Hopkins, Architects 970-476-2201, snowdonhopkins.com P.O. Box 3340 Vail, CO 81658

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

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

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

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

Reno-Smith Architects 970-925-5968, renosmith.com 605 W. Main Street, Suite 002 Aspen, CO 81611

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

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

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

Todd Webber Architect 970-668-9402 toddwebberarchitect.com 701 Granite Street, Suite 134 Frisco, CO 80443

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sunlit Architecture 970-349-5311, sunlitarchitecture.com P.O. Box 970 Crested Butte, CO 81224 Suyama Peterson Deguchi 206-256-0809 suyamapetersondeguchi.com 2324 Second Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 Swatt Miers Architects 510-985-9779, swattmiers.com 5845 Doyle Street, Suite 104 Emeryville, CA 94608 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 Tim Barber Ltd. Architecture & Interior Design 323-782-1000, timbarberltd.com 8455 Beverly Blvd., Suite 409 Los Angeles, CA 90048 TKP Architects 303-278-8840, tkparch.com 1509 Washington Avenue Golden, CO 80401


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Van Bryan Studio Architects 406-586-4777, vbsa.net 21 W. Babcock Street Bozeman, MT 59715

Will Bruder & Partners 602-324-6000, willbruder.com 2524 N. 24th Street Phoenix, AZ 85008

Vertical Arts Architecture 970-871-0056, vertical-arts.com 690 Marketplace Plaza, Suite 1 Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

William C. Tripp, Architect 503-228-8212, tripparch.com 222 N.W. 11th Avenue Portland, OR 97209

Walker Warner Architects 415-318-8900, walker-warner.com 353 Folsom Street San Francisco, CA 94105

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

Ward + Blake Architects 307-733-6867, wardblakearchitects.com 200 E. Broadway Avenue Jackson, WY 83002

Zone 4 Architects 970-948-6787, zone4architects.com P.O. Box 2508 Aspen, CO 81612

“A MOUNTAIN HOME IS MORE THAN SHELTER, MORE THAN A ROOF TO PROTECT FROM THE RAIN AND SNOW. IT IS A WINDOW TO THE WILDERNESS AND A HEARTH FOR THE FAMILY.” LARRY PEARSON, PEARSON DESIGN GROUP

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VAg, Inc. Architects & Planners 970-949-7034, vagarchitects.com 90 Benchmark Road, Suite 202 Avon, CO 81620

Wendell Burnette Architects 602-395-1091 wendellburnettearchitects.com 5102 N. Central Avenue 5 Phoenix, AZ 85012

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

MacDonald and Company 612-333-1822, macandco.net 1641 Hennepin Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55403

Hearthstone Homes 800-247-4442, hearthstonehomes.com 1630 E. Hwy 25/70 Dandridge, TN 37725

Anderson Mountain Homes 970-728-2442 andersonmountainhomes.com 137 Society Drive, Suite B Telluride, CO 81435

High Country Builders 406-863-9511, waltlandi.com 903C Wisconsin Avenue Whitefish, MT 59937

Bensonwood Homes 603-756-3600, bensonwood.com 6 Blackjack Crossing Walpole, NH 03608

Ken Pieper and Associates 303-670-0619, kenpieper.com P.O. Box 1569 Evergreen, CO 80437

Bitterroot Group 406-581-3014, bitterrootgroup.com 567 Three Mile Creek Road Stevensville, MT 59870

Kogan Builders 970-259-0195, koganbuilders.com 110 W. 11th Street Durango, CO 81301

Classic Design Group 541-296-8213, classicdesigngroup.com 395 E. Knoll Drive The Dalles, OR 97058

Landmark Traditions 303-697-5717, landmarktradition.com 9141 Mountain Ranch Road Conifer, CO 80433

Edgewood Log Structures 208-661-9184, edgewoodlog.com P.O. Box 1030 Coeur d’Alene, ID 83816

Lifdom 505-670-8897, lifdom.com P.O. Box 8241 Santa Fe, NM 87504

“ARCHITECTURE SHOULD BE A PARTNER WITH THE ENVIRONMENT, WHERE THE CLIMATE AND THE PLACE ARE FORM GIVERS, AND THE LANDSCAPE AND THE BUILDING ARE A UNIFIED WHOLE.” TED FLATO, LAKE | FLATO ARCHITECTS

McCrerey Fine Homes 970-668-0686, mccrereyfinehomes.com P.O. Box 1082, 619 Main Street Frisco, CO 80443 PrecisionCraft Log & Timber Homes 208-887-1020, precisioncraft.com 711 E. Broadway Avenue Meridian, ID 83642 Teton Heritage Builders 307-733-8771, tetonheritagebuilders.com 160 W. Deloney Avenue, P.O. Box 4819 Jackson, WY 83001 Trilogy Partners 970-453-2230, trilogybuilds.com 233 S. Ridge Street, Unit C Breckenridge, CO 80424 Wilderness Log & Timber Company 800-707-0449 wildernesslogandtimbercompany.com N5821 County Road S Plymouth, WI 53073

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Abode 512-300-2303, fernsantini.com 4414 Burnet Road Austin, TX 78756

Associates III 303-534-4444, associates3.com 1516 Blake Street Denver, CO 80202

Barclay Butera 435-649-5540, barclaybuterainteriors.com 255 Heber Avenue Park City, UT 84060

Agnes Bourne Studio 307-734-6553, agnesbourne.com P.O. Box 3797 Jackson, WY 83001

Avery Brooks & Associates 702-888-5000, abalv.com 10801 W. Charleston Blvd., Suite 440 Las Vegas, NV 89135

Bingham Design Group 503-223-6135, binghamdesigngroup.com 208 N.W. 21st Avenue, Suite 201 Portland, OR 97209

Aidlin Darling Design 415-974-5603, aidlin-darling-design.com 500 Third Street, Suite 410 San Francisco, CA 94107 Anne Grice Interiors 970-927-1074, annegrice.com 123 Emma Road, Suite 200B Basalt, CO 81621 Ashley Campbell 303-996-6195, ashleycampbell.com 262 Fillmore Street Denver, CO 80206

BAMO 415-979-9880, bamo.com 500 Third Street San Francisco, CA 94107 Barbara Scavullo Design 415-658-8774, scavullodesign.com 415 Jackson Street San Francisco, CA 94111

Bitnar Architects 406-587-1983, bitnararchitects.com 502 S. Grand Avenue Bozeman, MT 59715 Broadstroke Design 970-389-4357 605 Main Street, P.O. Box 20001 Frisco, CO 80443 Burdge & Associates Architects 208-495-3228, buaia.com 809 Canyon Road Hailey, ID 83333


TOP MOUNTAIN INTERIOR DESIGNERS Carter Kay Interiors 404-261-8119, carterkayinteriors.com 318 Broadland Road, N.W. Atlanta, GA 30342 Catherine Bailly Dunne Interior Design 310-454-4047, catherinedunne.com 16738 Bollinger Drive Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 Chapman Design 713-864-8622 7026 Old Katy Road, Suite 163A Houston, TX 77024 Charles de Lisle Workshop 415-565-6767, cdlworkshop.com 643 Seventh Street San Francisco, CA 94103 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

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D’Amore Interiors 303-422-8704, damoreinteriors.com 9500 W. 49th Avenue, Suite C100 Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

“THE BEST DESIGN ADVICE I’VE EVER RECEIVED WAS TO DELVE INTO THE SECRETS OF COLOR. COLOR IS DIFFERENTIATED LIGHT, AND WE CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT LIGHT.” RICHARD SALTER, RICHARD SALTER INTERIORS

Candra Scott & Anderson 415-861-0690 candrascottandanderson.com 297B Kansas Street San Francisco, CA 94103 Carole Sisson Designs 406-993-2666, sissondesigns.com 99 Lone Peak Drive Big Sky, MT 59716 Caroline • Edwards Interior Design 970-920-3331, carolineedwards.com 410 N. Mill Street, Suite B5 Aspen, CO 81611 Carol Moore Interior Design 970-926-4188, cmid.us 137 Main Street, Suite O204, Edwards, CO 81632

David Dalton 323-525-3155, daviddaltoninc.com 1084 S. Fairfax Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90019 David Michael Miller Associates 480-425-7545, davidmichaelmiller.com 7034 E. First Avenue Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Deena Perry Interiors & Collections 505-982-3722, deenaperry.com 947 Camino Santander Santa Fe, NM 87505 Design Associates 406-582-8979, dainteriors.com 962 Stoneridge Drive, Suite 1 Bozeman, MT 59718

DG&A Interior Design 214-522-6716, dgainteriors.com 5401 N. Central Expressway, Suite 305 Dallas, TX 75205 DH Design Studio 801-333-8156, dentonhouse.com 52 Exchange Place Salt Lake City, UT 84111 Diana Beattie Interiors 212-722-6226 1136 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10128 Distinctive Design Interiors 970-887-3953 distinctivedesigninteriors.net 62543 Highway 40, Unit B Granby, CO 80446 Djuna 303-355-3500, djuna.com 221 Detroit Street Denver, CO 80206 Douglas Durkin Design 415-255-0540, durkindesign.com 39 Arkansas Street San Francisco, CA 94107 Doug Rasar Interior Design 425-450-9911 9400 Vineyard Crest Bellevue, WA 98004 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 111 N. Tracy Avenue Bozeman, MT 59715

Design Coalition 435-783-6060 7045 N. State Road 32 Peoa, UT 84061

Est Est Interior Design 480-563-1555, estestinc.com The Perimeter Center 17770 N. Pacesetter Way Scottsdale, AZ 85255

Design One Interiors 970-453-2813, designoneinteriors.net 1655 Airport Road, P.O. Box 6182 Breckenridge, CO 80424

Evoke International Design 604-875-8667, evoke.ca 2388 Alberta Street Vancouver, BC V5Y 3K7

Design Possibilities 714-280-8770 7851 E. Viewmount Court Anaheim, CA 92808

Grace Home Design 307-733-9893, gracehomedesign.com 3530 N. Meadow Road Jackson, WY 83002

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TOP MOUNTAIN INTERIOR DESIGNERS Harker Design 307-733-5960, harkerdesign.com 3465 N. Pines Way, Suite 101 Wilson, WY 83014 Harmony Interiors 970-668-0291, harmonyinteriors.us 120 N. Seventh Avenue, Unit A Frisco, CO 80443 Harrison Browne Interior Design 970-963-4255, harrisonbrowne.com P.O. Box 17085 Snowmass Village, CO 81615 High Camp Home 866-790-6501, highcamphome.com 10191 Donner Pass Road Truckee, CA 96161

“THE MOST IMPORTANT THING ABOUT DESIGN IS THE HUMAN RESPONSE; HOW YOU FEEL IN A SPACE. MY HOME MAKES ME FEEL MANY DIFFERENT WAYS: CALM IN MY BEDROOM, ORGANIZED AND EFFICIENT IN MY OFFICE, AND SAFE IN THE GUEST NOOK.” SUSIE HOFFMANN, ENVI DESIGN 52

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KAA Design 310-821-1400, kaadesigngroup.com 4201 Redwood Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90066 Karen White Interior Design 970-963-0690, karenwhiteid.com P.O. Box 3404 Basalt, CO 81621 Keira Ritter Design Company 303-442-3252, krdesignco.com 1720 15th Street Boulder, CO 80302 Ken Pieper and Associates 303-670-0619, kenpieper.com P.O. Box 1569 Evergreen, CO 80437

Marsceill Design Interiors 310-859-0255, marsceilldesign.com 144 N. Robertson Blvd., Suite 201 Los Angeles, CA 90048 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 Morningstar Interior Design 970-926-7060 morningstarinteriordesign.com 137 Main Street, Suite C101 Edwards, CO 81632

Home on the Range 970-870-6777 homeontherangeinteriors.com 1880 Loggers Lane, Suite E Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

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

Hunter & Company 406-862-1402, hunterinterior.com 200 Wisconsin Avenue Whitefish, MT 59937

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

HVL Interiors 505-983-3601, hvlinteriors.com 1012 Marquez Place, Suite 205A Santa Fe, NM 87505

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

ID Interiors 970-925-4342, idinteriorsaspen.com 617 W. Main Street Aspen, CO 81611

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

Inner Design 970-925-4310 309K Aspen Business Center Aspen, CO 81611

Lyon Design Group 970-926-8682, lyondesigngroup.com 275 Main Street, Suite O209 Edwards, CO 81632

Interiors with Oohs & Aahs 435-655-0134, interiors-oohsandaahs.com 1351 Kearns Blvd. Park City, UT 84060

Madeline Stuart & Associates 310-657-8200, madelinestuart.com 717 N. La Cienega Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069

Jeffrey P. Elliott Interior Design 303-860-0109, jeffreypelliott.com 303 S. Broadway, Suite B342 Denver, CO 80209

Maraya Droney Design 805-646-6673, maraya.com 1129 Maricopa Highway, P.O. Box 221 Ojai, CA 93023

Jennifer Hoey Interior Design 208-726-1561, jenniferhoey.com 333 S. Main Street, Suite 206 Ketchum, ID 83340

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

JH Todd Interior Design 970-920-4303, jhtodd.com 220 W. Main Street Aspen, CO 81611

Mark Ashby Design 512-524-1220, markashbydesign.com 607 Nueces Street Austin, TX 78701

Paul Lavoie Interior Design 403-229-1504 paullavoieinteriordesign.com 1524 17th Avenue S.W. Calgary, Alberta T2T OC8

John Bossard Design 704-335-0220, johnbossard.com 1300 Queens Road, Studio 410 Charlotte, NC 28207

Mark C. Little Design Studio 505-474-6704 1123 S. Luna Circle Santa Fe, NM 87501

Peter Dunham Design 323-848-9900, peterdunham.com 909 N. Orlando Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90069

Mountain Comfort Furnishings and Design 970-668-3661, mountaincomfort.net 507 Summit Blvd. Frisco, CO 80443 MQ Architecture & Design 720-565-3929, mqad.com 3101 Iris Street, Suite 100 Boulder, CO 80301 Nestor Santa-Cruz Decoration 202-277-6611, nestorsanta-cruz.com 2844 Wisconsin Avenue N.W., Suite 403 Washington, DC 20007 O Interior Design 303-458-6462, ointeriordesign.com 2406 W. 32nd Avenue, Suite D Denver, CO 80211 Orlando Diaz-Azcuy Design Associates 415-362-4500, odada.net 201 Post Street, Ninth Floor San Francisco, CA 94108 Pared Down Design 970-309-1031, pareddown.net 1500 Mountain Drive Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 Paula Berg Design Associates 435-655-9443, paulabergdesign.com 1816 Prospector Avenue, Suite 200 Park City, UT 84060


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“THE BEST DESIGN ADVICE I CAN GIVE IS TO SURROUND YOURSELF WITH THINGS THAT INSPIRE YOU, WHETHER IT’S BOOKS, FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS, A SPECIAL PIECE OF ARTWORK OR COLORS THAT YOU LOVE.” BARBARA MULLEN, CAROLINE• EDWARDS INTERIOR DESIGN ML | www.mountainliving.com 53


TOP MOUNTAIN INTERIOR DESIGNERS Peterson Perlman Design Group 612-845-5903 P.O. Box 2008, 2600 S. Fall Creek Road Wilson, WY 83014 Petra Richards Interiors 720-201-1999, richards-interiors.com 3000 E. Exposition Avenue Denver, CO 80209 Poss Architecture + Planning 970-925-4755, billposs.com 605 E. Main Street Aspen, CO 81611 Putnam-Pritchard Interiors & Nubu Design 505-424-1010, nubudesign.com 3600 Cerrillos Road, Loft 101 Santa Fe, NM 87507 The Red Chair Design Studio 307-733-1881, redchair-design.com 1705 High School Road Jackson Hole, WY 83002 Richard Salter Interiors 604-730-9220, richardsalterinteriors.com 1039 W. Seventh Avenue Vancouver, BC V6H 1B2 Rinfret, Ltd. 203-622-0000, rinfretltd.com 354 Greenwich Avenue Greenwich, CT 06830

Trauner Designs 307-733-0902, gallingertrauner.com 3490 Clubhouse Drive, Suite 101 Wilson, WY 83014 Stone Fox 970-925-9193, stonefox.us P.O. Box 1544 Aspen, CO 81611 S. Trowbridge & Co. 505-995-8214 1010 Marquez Place, Suite D3 Santa Fe, NM 87505 Studio Frank 970-728-0662, studiofrank.com 495 S. Townsend Street Telluride, CO 81435 Terry Hunziker 206-467-1144 208 Third Avenue S. Seattle, WA 98104 Tim Barber Ltd. Architecture & Interior Design 323-782-1000, timbarberltd.com 8455 Beverly Blvd., Suite 409 Los Angeles, CA 90048 Towne Interiors & Design 406-542-1917, towneinteriors.com 531 N. Higgins Avenue Missoula, MT 59802

Tweed Interiors 970-728-8186, tweedinteriors.com 168B Society Drive Telluride, CO 81435

“I LOVE USING REALLY UNIQUE, STATEMENTMAKING LIGHT FIXTURES TO HIGHLIGHT THE DRAMATIC CEILING HEIGHTS THAT DISTINGUISH GREAT WESTERN HOMES.”

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

CINDY RINFRET, RINFRET, LTD.

Worth Interiors 970-949-9794, worthinteriors.com 30 Benchmark Road, Suite 103 Avon, CO 81620 ●

Varda Interiors 406-586-3883, vardainteriors.com 347 S. Ferguson Avenue, Studio 2 Bozeman, MT 59718 Weiss & Wirth Interior Design 970-945-5701, weissandwirth.com 406 S. Hyland Park Drive Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 Wiseman & Gale & Duncan Interiors 505-984-8544, wgdinteriors.com 150 S. Saint Francis Drive Santa Fe, NM 87501

Robyn Scott Interiors 970-927-5354, rsidesigns.com 361 Robinson Street, Unit 332 Basalt, CO 81621 Saint Dizier Design 707-433-9900, saintd.com 118 Matheson Street Healdsburg, CA 95448 Shabby Slips 713-630-0066, shabbyslipshouston.com 2304 Bissonnet Street Houston, TX 77005 Shack Up Studio 406-522-0015, shackupdesign.com 908 N. Rouse Avenue Bozeman, MT 59715

Snake River Interiors 307-733-3005, snakeriverinteriors.com 984 W. Broadway Avenue, Suite D Jackson, WY 83001 Stephen Dynia Architects 307-733-3766, dynia.com 1085 W. Broadway Avenue Jackson, WY 83001

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


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PARADE OF HOMES SUMMIT COUNTY, COLORADO

BRECKENRIDGE

SILVERTHORNE

21 home 01*

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2115 GOLDEN EAGLE DRIVE RJB DEVELOPMENT, INC.

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FRISCO

Meet cover photographer Bob Karcz

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committee letter About the SCBA

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

SPONSORS OF THE 2011 SUMMIT COUNTY PARADE OF HOMES

DIAMOND SPONSOR

home 16 home 17 1521 SKI HILL ROAD, A RockResort VAIL RESORTS

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CORPORATE SPONSORS

home 18* 213 S. FRENCH STREET LEVEL ONE DEVELOPMENT

35 home 08 275 COUNTY ROAD 268, MONTEZUMA FAZENDIN BROTHERS, INC.

sponsors & about the artist

0265 SOUTHERN CROSS TRAIL PINNACLE MOUNTAIN HOMES, INC.

33 home 07 111 FORGET ME NOT LANE, KEYSTONE RAPTOR CONSTRUCTION

home 15 130 TASSELS LOOP SUMMIT COMBINED HOUSING AUTHORITY

31 home 06* 15 HIGH MEADOW TRAIL, DILLON JEREMIAH JOHNSON LOG HOMES, INC.

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382 FAIRVIEW BOULEVARD COLORADO BUILDING COMPANY

185 LONGS ROAD LONGS ROAD RANCH, LLC

DILLON/KEYSTONE/MONTEZUMA

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map locator How to get to our featured homes

home 13 0952 GOLD RUN ROAD PINNACLE MOUNTAIN HOMES, INC.

330 HIGH PARK COURT DESIGN ONE INTERIORS

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home 12 359 LONG RIDGE DRIVE MICHAEL F. GALLAGHER

54 SPINNER PLACE COMPASS HOMES DEVELOPMENT, LLC

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95 GOLD RUN ROAD PINNACLE MOUNTAIN HOMES, INC.

138 TOPAZ ROAD PINNACLE MOUNTAIN HOMES, INC.

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home 19 388 MINERS VIEW ROAD DECKER CUSTOM HOMES, INC.

37 home 09 310 S. 8TH AVENUE BOULEVARD BEND CONDOMINIUMS

TICKET INFORMATION

39 home 10* 578 WATER DANCE DRIVE MOUNTAIN LOG HOMES OF COLORADO, INC.

DISCOUNT COUPONS TO LOCAL RESTAURANTS AVAILABLE AT ALL PARADE HOMES.

PROMOTIONAL PARTNERS

* Homes selling tickets

City Market

** Tickets also available at

Mountain Living magazine

City Market in Dillon and Breckenridge or online at summitcountybuilders.org/paradeofhomes

Tickets can be exchanged for wristbands at any of the homes.

Krystal 93 Summit Daily News Summit Ford

CHARITABLE BENEFACTOR The Summit Foundation

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PARADE OF HOMES PRESENTED BY Summit County Builders Association (SCBA) SCBA Board of Directors

PRESIDENT Andrew Webster

VICE PRESIDENT Lou Fishman

SECRETARY & TREASURER Mary Patrick Moorefield

PAST PRESIDENT Clark Johnson

EXECUTIVE OFFICER Jane Dvorak

LOG HOMES WOOD SIDING SHAKE ROOFS

BOARD MEMBERS Randy Barrientez, Craig Campbell, Kathye Conti, Mark Crowley,

WoodCare Services Group, LLC

Jules DeVigne, Ryan Evanczyk, Joseph Monroe, Lynn Myers, Mark Nunn, Michael Rath, Nancy Stone

ART PRODUCTION Caroline Graf Copyright 2011. 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.

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MAP LOCATOR 2011 SUMMIT COUNTY PARADE OF HOMES

SILVERTHORNE 01*

138 TOPAZ ROAD

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275 COUNTY ROAD 268

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PARADE ETIQUETTE TO MAKE THE PARADE OF HOMES EXPERIENCE ENJOYABLE FOR YOU AND OTHER PARTICIPANTS, PLEASE KEEP THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES IN MIND:

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1. Please observe all parking signage and take care not to block neighboring driveways. 2. Please remove your shoes or wear the provided booties in each of the homes. 3. Please purchase your entry wristband at City Market or online prior to visiting the first home, and keep your entry wristband visible for the duration of the event. 4. Please no smoking, eating or drinking in the homes. 5. Please respect all furnishings, as they are private property. 6. Please respect off-limits area signage in these private homes. 7. Some homes will have a designated public bathroom. Please ask to be directed to an appropriate restroom before using the facilities. 8. Please monitor your children at all times. There are many fragile items in the residences, and homes are not child-proofed.

M O NT E ZUMA

9. Please ask permission before taking photos. There may be professional images of the home available to you online. We encourage you to ask questions of the people working at each home; they are there to offer information. You should find a variety of resources, including information on architects, builders, kitchen designers, interiors designers and more, in each of the homes.

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DIRECTIONS TO BRECKENRIDGE FROM DENVER 路 Take I-25 north to I-70 west toward Grand Junction 路 Take the CO-9 S exit toward Frisco/ Breckenridge and go left, or south, on CO-9 路 Follow this road for about 10 miles until you enter Breckenridge

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THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS 2011 SUMMIT COUNTY PARADE OF HOMES

DIAMOND SPONSOR BRECKENRIDGE BUILDING CENTER The Breckenridge Building Center is a full-service lumber and building materials supplier serving Summit, Park and Grand Counties, Evergreen and the Western Denver Metro area. We are a “Do It Best” hardware store with more than 12,000 square feet of showroom space and displays. If you don’t find it in our showroom, we can special order it for you. We also offer online ordering at www. doitbest.com and can have your items shipped to and picked up at our Breckenridge store. Our knowledgeable staff is available to help and serve you with your building project, no matter how large or small. Please visit us at 13445 Highway 9, 3 miles north of Breckenridge.

CORPORATE SPONSORS BANK OF THE WEST Whether you’re starting to look for a Summit County vacation property or planning to build the mountain dream home your family will treasure for decades, Bank of the West offers flexible construction and mortgage loans tailored to your specific needs. Bank of the West is one of the strongest banks in Colorado, with branches in Breckenridge and Frisco to serve your financial needs.

CUTTING EDGE WOODWORKING “Personal service matters” is our motto. Cutting Edge Woodworking is a one-stop shop for all your interior woodworking needs, from initial design to final installation. We offer an endless variety of finishes to match your taste, all created using state-of-the-art machinery and traditional craftsmanship. Trim and hardwood flooring packages available.

SOLARGLASS WINDOW & DOOR Since 1981, SolarGlass Window & Door has sold and installed windows, interior and patio doors, and skylights to homeowners and building professionals. Our 30-year reputation relies on the expertise, tenure and commitment of our team, and making sure orders are right, delivered and installed on time, and serviced by in-house technicians. We happily handle small replacement jobs, custom homes, large commercial projects and everything in between. Serving the entire Front Range, the I-70 mountain corridor and Grand Valley.

SUMMIT ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS The Summit Association of REALTORS® is proud of our ongoing support of those who live and work in our community. Each year we grant $8,000 in scholarships to local high school students and support people in need with emergency housing funds through the SAR Charitable Fund at The Summit Foundation. SAR also works to stay abreast of changing issues that affect all property owners.

PROMOTIONAL SPONSORS City Market, Mountain Living magazine, Krystal 93, Summit Daily News and Summit Ford

ABOUT THE ARTIST

Summit County, Colorado

PARADE OF HOMES PRESENTED BY THE SUMMIT COUNTY BUILDERS ASSOCIATION

COVER PHOTOGRAPHER BOB KARCZ Bob Karcz captured this year’s cover image of fall colors reflecting in the peaceful waters of Blue River just north of Silverthorne, Colorado. Karcz has been living in Summit County for the past 12 years and enjoys photographing landscapes and wildlife. His photographs have been featured in “Capture My Colorado,” the Alpenglow Music Festival Poster and this year’s Parade of Homes cover. 14 MOUNTAIN LIVING SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION

2011

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You’re finally building the home of your dreams. Choosing a construction lender is a very important part of making that dream come true. Bank of the West’s flexible loan options will help you get just the right loan for your needs. With our very competitive pricing and wide array of loan programs, you’ll find the dream loan to match your new home.

It’s not just financing, it’s your dream home.

Small and Medium Enterprise Construction Lending Mary Patrick Moorefield, Vice President NMLS #475780 106 N. French Street Breckenridge, CO 80424 970) 547-2047

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COMMITTEE LETTER FROM THE SUMMIT COUNTY BUILDERS ASSOCIATION

The Summit County Builders Association is pleased to welcome you to the 17th annual Summit County Parade of Homes. While the difficult economy has created challenges across the globe, our mountain region continues to stand strong and move forward. This year’s Parade features a wide variety of housing options, including multi-family dwellings, remodels, net-zeroenergy homes, budget-conscious construction and yes, some over-the-top residences as well. All proceeds from the Parade’s ticket sales benefit The Summit Foundation, a community organization that provides ongoing support to local organizations, nonprofits and programs. Each ticket sale enables the organization to continue its support of vital community endeavors, and we appreciate your contributions to this great community supporter. Tickets for this year’s event will be sold at the City Markets in

2011 SUMMIT COUNTY PARADE OF HOMES COMMITTEE

Breckenridge and Dillon, and tickets may be traded in for wrist

Bottom, from left: Whitney Hunter, Lynn Myers Middle, from left: Katrina Nail, Nancy Stone, Melinda Fleming, Jane Dvorak Top, from left: Linda Miller, Asa Nimityongskull, Mary Patrick Moorefield Not pictured: Karen Wray, Don Thomas, Jennifer Stein, Sarah Burcher

bands at any of the homes on the tour. We owe a very special thanks to our sponsors, including our Diamond Sponsor, Breckenridge Building Center. Corporate sponsors include Bank of the West, Cutting Edge Woodworking, SolarGlass Windows & Doors and Summit Association of Realtors. Their generosity goes a long way toward making this event possible. Finally, a sincere thank you goes out to all the Parade Committee members whose time, effort and ideas have made this a great event. We hope you enjoy this year’s Parade of Homes!

LYNN MYERS, CHAIR MELINDA FLEMING, VICE-CHAIR

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COLOR TRENDS Tomorrow’s Hot Colors Are Inspired By the Themes of “Protection” and “Preservation” BY: LYNN MYERS, OWNER, HARMONY INTERIORS

WHEN IT COMES TO EMERGING DESIGN TRENDS FOR 2012, experts say the themes of “preservation” and “protection” will be key. Colors and textures will reflect the evolution and transformation we’re experiencing during these changing times. Top designers from Benjamin Moore have traveled the globe to discover these new concepts, which are based on merging the past with the present. These themes will come to life in the textures and patterns of homespun fabrics, plaids, florals, native stripes, toiles, paisleys, embroidery and denims. Key colors include khaki, taupe, camel, sand and stone. Wood-bark browns, earthy reds, and golden and sunny yellows will add a lacquered shine to matte finishes. Indigos and true-blue denims will be employed to evoke everything from luxury to a casual appeal, and greens will see a resurgence, too. Look for digital reds and organic oranges used to complement grayscale combinations. The theme of “protection” will play out in bold décor choices. Spikes, abstract paintings, metal, multi-patterns, wire cages and feathers will illustrate our need for comfort, safety and security. Representative colors will include: * Colored tints, from silvery grays to dark moody slates. * Military-greens, safari khakis and naturals, all representative of our need for camouflage. * Metallic golds, silvers and pewters. * Fuchsia. Look for contrasts of purple and black. * Vintage pinks married with chocolate browns. * Mysterious purple, used to masquerade and conceal. * Mauve—yes, mauve—is taking a stand.

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2011 SUMMIT COUNTY PARADE OF HOMES

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138 TOPAZ ROAD CONTRACTOR PINNACLE MOUNTAIN HOMES, INC.

SILVERTHORNE

DESCRIPTION

HIGHLIGHTS

This stylish Ruby Ranch home, located just above the town of Silverthorne, pairs traditional mountain woodworking with hand-forged detailing. The architecture is an impressive mix of contemporary lines and rustic elements characteristic of a mountain home. The mountainmodern theme is carried from the exterior into every detail of the interior of this custom home. The interior design incorporates simple lines and neutral colors accented with jewel tones, allowing the panoramic views of the Gore Range and the Continental Divide to take center stage. Vaulted ceilings and an open floor plan make the main level a great place for families and guests to gather. The lower level provides another gathering space complete with a dedicated theater, wet bar and outdoor hot tub. The stone turret houses a three-story circular staircase that is truly a piece of functional art. The use of organic shapes in the lighting fixtures and overscaled wood column details give this home a unique feeling of unparalleled beauty – a must see in Summit County.

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DIRECTIONS From I-70, take exit 205 and proceed north on Highway 9 in Silverthorne for approximately 1.6 miles. Turn left onto Ruby Ranch Road; at the intersection, turn left at the T. Continue onto Topaz Road; the home is on the left.

SPONSORS

Contractor Pinnacle Mountain Homes, Inc. 970.453.0727 pinnaclemtnhomes.com Architect RAW Architecture 303.831.4307 raw-architecture.com Interior Designer Maureen McGuire Interiors 303.791.4021 maureenmcguireinteriors.com

CONTACTS Pinnacle Mountain Homes, Inc. 520 South Main Street, Unit 3M P.O. Box 1390 Breckenridge, CO 80424 970.453.0727 pinnaclemtnhomes.com

EHL Castlewood Doors Sierra Pacific BKC Kitchen & Bath

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HOW TO CHOOSE YOUR HOME BUILDER BY BRIAN L. WRAY, PRESIDENT/GENERAL CONTRACTOR, MOUNTAIN LOG HOMES OF COLORADO, INC.

BUILDING YOUR OWN HOME CAN BE ONE OF THE MOST REWARDING EXPERIENCES OF YOUR LIFE. But it can also be one of the most stressful if your expectations are not in line with the scope of your project. Finding the right contractor to manage your project is the key to success. Here are some tips for making the home-building process run smoothly, according to your schedule and budget.

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Educate yourself so that your expectations are in sync with the reality of building a custom home. Cost per square foot is a good starting point, but does not take into account differences in the quality of work available among builders. If you receive multiple bids on your project, be sure they’re based on identical specifications and material quality. Choose a builder early in the process so your qualified contractor can visit your proposed building site prior to purchasing land if possible. The builder should be able to give you advice on suitable siting of the house on the property, possible soil or access issues, what style of home is well suited to the lot and more. Prior to closing on a lot, visit the local building department to ensure the local covenants, codes and regulations will allow for the home you envision. Have an engineered survey and soil test done to be sure you understand your setbacks, property lines and the topography of your lot. Choose a builder you feel compatible with. Building a home can take a year or longer, and it is a highly personal and emotional experience. Be sure you feel comfortable with your builder, and that he or she communicates well and is a good personality fit for you. Ask for references and tour examples of completed homes. Call previous clients and ask questions about their overall satisfaction. Base your decision on the builder’s competence, reputation, professionalism, communication skills, warranty coverage and experience. Building a home is not a do-it-yourself project. A qualified, licensed general contractor can actually save you money by offering a faster build time, negotiated rates with preferred and time-tested subcontractors, and preferred pricing with suppliers. Working with a licensed general contractor will also significantly reduce the opportunity for costly mistakes. Your builder will have relationships with local building inspectors and code enforcers, and ensure your project follows the most recent codes and regulations, which are constantly changing. Find your financing early to learn what you qualify for. If a professional builder is on board, construction financing will be easier to obtain. Having an adequate line-item budget for the house is critical during the planning and design phase, which is a good time to make changes. Your builder should be able to give you advice on areas where your home’s design, complexity, finishes and size can affect your budget. Your appraiser and financer will require this budget. Be prepared to get involved! Building a custom home requires a substantial amount of time and involves making many decisions. Changes during the building process are inevitable. If you communicate with your builder, you’ll understand how specific changes affect other areas of your home and budget. Don’t let stress get the better of you. As with any big decision, there will be ups and downs during the process. Keep your focus on how much you will enjoy the one-of-a-kind creation at the end of the project. Brian L. Wray has been building custom homes in Colorado for more than 30 years. He has served on the SCBA Board of Directors, Silverthorne Planning Commission, and as a commissioner for the Summit County Board of Adjustments. He can be reached at 970.468.8683 or brian@mlhoc.com.

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CONTRACTOR COMPASS HOMES DEVELOPMENT, LLC

SILVERTHORNE

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DESCRIPTION This luxury paired home is located at Angler Mountain Ranch, a new upscale community in Summit County that’s situated on 192 acres, nearly half of which has been set aside as open space. With the Blue River to the west and its own private fishing lake on the property, Angler Mountain Ranch is not only the perfect fishing retreat, but it’s close to the Raven Golf Course, cross-country ski trails and Silverthorne Blue River Trail. The community also offers hiking and snowshoeing within its grounds and a trailhead connection to the Ptarmigan National Forest. There are many opportunities for ownership within the community, including custom home lots, 2,400- to 2,800-square-foot cabin homes, and paired homes that are available from 1,800 square feet to 2,400 square feet. Almost all of the homes and homesites are oriented south to west toward the Gore Range for maximum sun exposure and views. This year’s featured home is a 2,006-squarefoot paired home designed for casual living. Exterior finishes include moss rock, hand-hewn siding, corrugated-metal accents, rough-sawn timbers, and a two-car heated garage. The interior was designed for family living with an open floor plan that includes three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths. Knotty alder cabinetry, doors and trim were chosen to create a warm, cozy feel. The kitchen includes stainlesssteel appliances, granite slab countertops and

slate flooring, while the living room features hand-scraped wood flooring and a moss-rock fireplace. Bronze hardware and lighting impart a rustic mountain feel. All these amenities are offered in the mid-$500k price range. If you are looking for a second home, or wish to downsize and have less maintenance and a mountain lifestyle, Angler Mountain Ranch might just be right for you. Visit anglermountainranch.com for availability, lot sizes, floor plans, views and more.

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2,200 square feet 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms Engineered hardwood flooring Slate flooring Knotty alder trim, doors and cabinetry Granite kitchen countertops Views of Ten Mile range Adjacent to open space and trailhead

DIRECTIONS From I-70, exit at Silverthorne. Travel north on Blue River Parkway (Highway 9) for two miles. Turn right on Bald Eagle Road, drive over the bridge, and turn left on Spinner Place.

VENDORS Developer Angler Mountain Ranch 970.547.5047 anglermountainranch.com Contractor Compass Homes Development, LLC 970.547.5047 compasshomesdev.com Architect Arapahoe Architects 970.453.8474 Interior Designer Mountain Comfort Furnishings 970.668.3661 mountaincomfortfrisco.com Kitchen Designer Quality Kitchen Cabinets 303.618.6067 qkcdenver.com

CONTACTS Angler Mountain Ranch P.O. Box 5265 Frisco, CO 80443 Dawn Crane 970.547.5047 craneinco@comcast.net

SPONSORS Straight Line Painting Mountain Comfort Furnishings Trilog Home Services Top Shop, LLC Mountain High Plumbing & Heating

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2115 GOLDEN EAGLE DRIVE CONTRACTOR RJB DEVELOPMENT, INC.

SILVERTHORNE

DIRECTIONS Take Highway 9 north through Silverthorne, turn left on North Golden Eagle Road, beyond the elementary school; house is on the right.

SPONSORS

DESCRIPTION Melding sustainability and accessibility, this rustic home with a contemporary twist occupies a one-acre lot, and is surrounded by a wildflower and aspen meadow, wetlands, mountain views and a panorama of the 18th fairway at The Raven golf course. Designed in collaboration with award-winning architect Darrick Wade, and built by 2010 Builder of the Year RJB Development, the home was created as a nurturing sanctuary, where friendships, artistic talents and growing things can thrive. Built for accessibility, the main living space occupies one level; the great room also features an adjacent solarium, complete with skylights and a tile floor with drainage for easy clean up. Obscured glass and a wood-carved columbine adorn the front door. Alder finishes, hickory flooring and porcelain tile enhance the indoor space. An elevator accesses the upper and lower levels; a private guest suite occupies the downstairs, while the loft area is a bright, sunny project room and art studio. Large windows and French doors brighten the room, where the owner plans to create a community gathering place for her artist friends. The custom kitchen features verde fire granite counters and a distinctive island and pantry. Sited to maximize sun exposure in winter and

minimize summertime sun, the home’s 7.2kW photovoltaic solar system provides electricity, while the thermal system accents heating, hot water and snowmelt. During construction, the team was diligent in recycling every possible piece of scrap wood and cardboard. Beetle-kill pine and cedar with rusty steel accents wrap the outside of the structure, and a massive steppedtier retaining wall wraps around the home. A steel cube garden bunker is buried into the wall, and solar power heats the garden tiers, extending the growing season. During the Parade of Homes, a micro-art show of children’s work will be displayed in the loft studio.

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Bighorn Materials American Electric Service, Inc. Division 7 Insulation EHL Corporation Innovative Energy Luxury Stone Inc. Paragon Solar & Mechanica Rocky Mountain Gutters & Maintenance, Inc. Summit Color Service Summit Flooring WCW Drywallers Inc.

VENDORS Architect Darrick Wade 970.668.1155 bostadgroup.com

CONTACTS RJB Development, Inc. PO Box 25720 Silverthorne, CO 80497 Marand Barrientez Randy Barrientez 970.513.0777 Cell: 970.418.0445 marand@rjbdevelopment.com info@rjbdevelopment.com 970.668.6013 Info@summitcountybuilders.org

Square footage: 4048 3 Bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms 7.2kW photovoltaic solar system Thermal solar system ADA-friendly Solarium with skylights and tile flooring Artist’s loft Hickory hardwood Luxurious custom kitchen Beetle-kill pine siding and accents Views of wetlands, wildflower meadows and adjacent golf course

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330 HIGH PARK COURT INTERIOR DESIGNER DESIGN ONE INTERIORS

SILVERTHORNE

Under-lit natural stone slab accent flooring Hand-hewn beam ceilings throughout home s Three-sided custom stone fireplace separating kitchen/living areas s Backlit custom landscape painting on tempered glass in bar/kitchen s 250-square-foot luxury steam shower bathroom s Artist installation of aged map treatment in custom beamed ceiling s Curved accent wall features a sculptured tree mural s Original paintings and bronze sculptures inside and outside the home s s

DIRECTIONS DESCRIPTION

wood products and water-efficient fixtures are

The owners of this former spec home were so

also featured in the addition. Mike Orlowski from

thrilled with the design by builder Liam Cassidy

Alpine Vista installed extensive LED accent light-

of Cassidy Homes and interior designer Beverly

ing and upgraded the entire home to include a

Voss of Design One Interiors that they entrusted

fully integrated Lutron lighting system, along with

the two to work together to create an addition

Control 4’s whole-home audio/visual system.

from the ground up to match the existing home.

The new seven-bedroom, 10-bathroom

From I-70, exit CO-9 and proceed north for 3.9 miles. Turn left on Ranch Road, then take the first left onto Game Trail Road. Take the first left onto High Park Court. The home is at the end of the cul-de-sac.

SPONSORS Cassidy Homes Neils Lunceford Landscaping StraitLine Framing Co., Inc. Alpine Vista Home Cinema & Automation Wood Right Carpentry

The pair collaborated from the project’s incep-

home features Murphy beds concealed behind

tion, along with the architect and engineer, to

hand-carved cabinetry, under-lit natural stone

design spaces that reflect the original rooflines

slab accent flooring, a three-sided custom stone

of the home’s exterior—and the homeown-

fireplace separating the kitchen and living areas,

ers’ personalities. The owners decided on a

custom artwork installations throughout the

CONTACTS

3,742-square-foot finished addition to accom-

home, and a luxurious steam shower bathroom.

modate family and guests, with unique finishes

The interior designer’s bond with the homeown-

and materials that emphasize the mountain

ers and her understanding of their desires for the

environment. StraitLine Framing Company

addition allowed her to create a seamless blend

Design One Interiors 1655 Airport Road Breckenridge, CO 80424 970.453.2813 designoneinteriors.net

framed the entire home and hung the decora-

of old and new spaces.

tive hand-hewn beams that now adorn the unique ceilings of the new entry, library, office,

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rotunda and game room. Paul Austin of Wood

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185 LONGS ROAD CONTRACTOR LONGS ROAD RANCH & CONSTRUCTION CO., LLC

SILVERTHORNE

DESCRIPTION Situated 11 miles north of Silverthorne, this property is perfect for anyone who loves horses and entertaining lots of friends. The 40-acre lot includes four buildings: The main house is a 6,800-square-foot custom timberframe home by Woodhouse. The guest and caretaker residence is a 5,500-square-foot COR-TEN steel structure with unique steel architectural accents and amazing views of the Gore Range. The 3,600-square-foot classic 10-stall barn, also featuring COR-TEN steel siding, has automatic horse waterers and individual horse runs that lead to six fenced pastures, making pasture rotation a breeze. A 1,700-square-foot greenhouse and shop building allows plants and flowers to grow year-round, and gives the hobbyist plenty of space to work on cars, store a tractor or even a custom car collection. The combined footprint of all four buildings is 17,600 square feet. The main house, the intended dream home of a builder and his wife, an interior designer, was finished in 2001 and has received $300,000 in energy-related upgrades over the past 18 months. A freestanding 20kW photovoltaic field consisting of 84 photovoltaic panels, each measuring four feet by four feet, produces almost enough energy to light, heat and cool both residences using state-of-the-art LG miniductless heat pumps. Because the builder and his wife are passionate art collectors, the main

home features a large art gallery; museumquality lighting systems are featured throughout both residences. The property includes seven bedrooms, seven-and-a-half bathrooms, a media room, a steam room that can comfortably seat eight, two six-person hot tubs, a cedar-fenced, 800-square-foot dog yard and five second- and third-story decks—all with incredible views of the Gore Range. There’s indoor heated parking for six cars and a large heated wood shop which could be used as a game room or art studio. The landscaping around the residences includes an eight-zone irrigation system utilizing low-flow lawn sprinklers and a drip-irrigation system to water 130 Engelmann spruce, bristlecone pine, Canada reds, aspen and cottonwood trees planted in 2001, which are now 12-20 feet tall. This unique property represents a labor of love, and is certainly worth a visit.

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6,800-square-foot timberframe main residence with art gallery and five decks 5,550-square-foot guest and caretaker residence with huge second-floor deck and amazing views

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Eight-person steam room and two six-person hot tubs

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10-stall horse barn with eight separate horse runs Greenhouse, wood shop and metal-fabrication shop Indoor heated parking for six cars; unheated indoor parking for three additional cars 20kW solar PV field that supplies close to 100% of

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DIRECTIONS From Silverthorne, take Highway 9 north (toward Kremmling) approximately 11 miles. Turn right on Longs Road, then turn left into the first driveway.

SPONSORS Ventanas Interior Design Woodhouse and Murus Companies Innovative Energy Carl Construction

VENDORS Developer Ira Wertenteil and Cindy Powders Contractor Longs Road Ranch and Construction Co.

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the property’s electrical needs, including air conditioning and about 50% of the heating Six distinct horse pastures for easy pasture rotation Incredible views of the Gore Range

Architects Woodhouse and Ron Zachery Architects Interior & Kitchen Designer Cindy Powders and Ventanas Interior Design

CONTACTS Cindy Powders 970.389.1304 185longsroad.com findcap@aol.com

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MATHISON CUSTOM BUILDERS, INC.

P: 970.485.5912 | F: 970.262.5881 | P.O. Box 8830, Breckenridge, CO 80424 www.mathisoncustombuilders.com | tony@mathisoncustombuilders.com

SPECIALIZING IN FINE CUSTOM HOMES


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15 HIGH MEADOW TRAIL CONTRACTOR JEREMIAH JOHNSON LOG HOMES, LLC

DILLON

DESCRIPTION This exquisite three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath log home may be 3,015 square feet, but it has the feel of a much larger home — without the expense. The functional floor plan features a main-level master suite that flows into a large, open great room/kitchen area. Custom features, including the company’s signature “First Impression” entryway, oversized steam shower, floorto-ceiling dry-stacked-stone fireplace, custom carvings and stump pedestal sinks, create a rustic yet refined elegance. The home’s interior finishes include a variety of reclaimed products, such as wavy-edged baseboards and door casings. Wavy-edged fascia and reclaimed siding were also used on the home’s exterior. This majestic home was constructed in a fullscribe Swedish cope style from standing-dead, beetle-kill lodgepole pine logs with an average diameter of 14 inches. Specialty products for the home were manufactured at the company’s mill site in Dumont, Colorado. Much of the beetle-kill timber was harvested in Summit County. Jeremiah Johnson’s log work features cuttingedge log-insulating details that maximize energy

efficiency while preventing air infiltration. Additional energy-saving features include an insulated concrete form foundation (ICF), a structurally insulated panel roof system (SIPS), low-E Thermopane windows, and a 95% efficient in-floor radiant heat system. All of these standard features, as well as the high thermal mass created by the superior log walls, result in greatly reduced energy bills, a savings that can’t be achieved with most conventional construction methods.

VENDORS

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CONTACTS

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Local Colorado manufacturer Utilization of local Colorado Timber Affordable, handcrafted, high-end log home 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths for under $700K

Moore Log and Timber Homes Solar Glass Everist Materials Western Fireplace BigHorn Materials Rocky Mountain Forest Products Developer & Contractor Jeremiah Johnson Log Homes, LLC 303.567.2202 liveinlog.com

Jeremiah Johnson Log Homes, LLC 501 County Rd. 30B Dumont, CO 80436 Dennis Anderson 303.567.2202

DIRECTIONS Take I-70 to exit #205. Proceed south on Hwy. 6 for 3.7 miles to the Summerwood subdivision on the right. Turn into the subdivision and proceed on the main road for 3/10 of a mile to High Meadow Drive. Turn right and go 7/10 of a mile to High Meadow Trail. Turn left. The home is the first house on your left.

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SUSTAINABLITY AND GREEN BUILDING TRENDS B Y: M E L I N D A F L E M I N G , C O L O R A D O B U I L D I N G C O M PA N Y, B R E C K E N R I D G E

SUMMIT COUNTY’S NATURAL BEAUTY PROVIDES SUCH AN INCREDIBLE BACKDROP FOR THIS YEAR’S PARADE OF HOMES. This beauty compels many homeowners to consider their impact on the earth when designing and building, and as a result, the Parade of Homes showcases more sustainable and green-building practices each year. Here are just a few ways that homeowners, architects and builders can achieve a more sustainable home:

1. A SUSTAINABLE SITE - Choose a site that makes sense. Some building sites are inherently better for building sustainably than others. Consider

This home incorporates structural insulated panels (SIPs) for superior insulation,

orientation, exposure, topography and accessibility. For example, choose a southern exposure in a cooler environment, and opt for an accessible lot to minimize resources expended on infrastructure.

and reclaimed and recycled materials throughout.

Don’t fight the topography, embrace it.

2. ENERGY EFFICIENCY – Invest in energy upgrades. Insulation is a great way to make a home energy efficient, keeping it warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. Select ENERGY STARrated appliances, electronics, lighting, windows and other items.

3. RENEWABLE ENERGY – Install photovoltaic, solar thermal and geothermal systems, and use wind power to produce renewable energy to offset your energy consumption and reduce your carbon footprint.

4. MATERIALS – Selecting reclaimed and recycled materials or long-lasting materials and methods such as engineered lumber and timber-frame construction will contribute to the sustainability of the home.

5. Choose a builder familiar with sustainable design and construction, who demonstrates a concern for the earth and its inhabitants through practice and expertise.

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111 FORGET ME NOT LANE CONTRACTOR RAPTOR CONSTRUCTION

KEYSTONE

DESCRIPTION This five-bedroom, seven-bath home, set in the golf course community of Keystone Ranch, is a complete remodel of an existing home. Mike Hurley and Tim Scanlan, owners of Raptor Construction, gutted the home down to the studs, then designed an addition and completely overhauled the entire home, bringing in everything from new electrical and heating systems to siding, extensive exterior stone veneer and windows, drywall, flooring and interior trim. Now the two-story walkout home carries a rustic mountain feel on the exterior, with a refined, upscale interior. A grand slate stairway with wood nosing and a wrought-iron railing extends from the upper floors to the walkout level of the home. On the upper level, a loft-style office is finished with wood paneling and features an arched wrought-iron railing overlooking the great room, and a 14-foot bookcase with a rolling ladder. A flagstone entry in the foyer leads to the main level, where stonewrapped columns and beams lend weight to the rooms. The aged patina of barn wood on pantry doors and walls adds a layer of visual interest. In the kitchen, hand-scraped, wide-plank hickory hardwood flooring blends seamlessly with custom alder cabinetry. The room features GE Monogram appliances, slab granite countertops, and a chiseled granite farmhouse sink and stone backsplash. In the master bedroom, French doors open onto a view of the nearby Gore Range. A curved staircase

leads to the lower level, complete with an entertainment center, wet bar, oversized mini-master suite, and bunkroom for the grandkids, along with an exit to the nearby hot tub. The end result of this extensive remodel is a luxurious home perfectly suited for its mountain environment.

Cutting Edge Woodworking CNC Glassworks Vista Stone Breckenridge Building Center Mountain Comfort Furnishings Heavenly Times Hot Tubs and Billiards

HIGHLIGHTS

VENDORS

4,675 square feet s 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms s A complete remodel and addition s New basement slab with in-floor radiant heat s New roof, siding, windows, heating system, electrical wiring, drywall, insulation, interior doors, trim and flooring s

DIRECTIONS From Highway 6, turn right onto County Road 8/ Keystone Road (Tennis Club Road). Turn left onto County Road 8. Turn right onto County Road 4, Soda Ridge Road. Turn left onto County Road 169. Continue into Keystone Ranch. Once in the Ranch, turn left on Keystone Ranch Road, then turn left on Forget Me Not Lane.

SPONSORS

Breckenridge Building Center Cutting Edge Cabinetry Sierra Pacific Windows Bighorn Materials Design Center Vista Stone Sun Mountain Door Contractor Raptor Construction Hands on Builders – Custom Carpentry Architects Todd Webber Architects

CONTACTS Raptor Construction P.O. Box 1746 Dillon, CO 80439 Mike Hurley, 970.409.0083 Tim Scanlan, 970.470.0393 raptorconstruction.com

Todd Webber Architects Vintage Wood Products Greer’s Appliances Sierra Pacific Windows YK Marble and Stone Rocky Mountain Forest Products Sun Mountain Door Bighorn Interiors

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FLOOR PLAN AND HOME SIZE TRENDS BY: KAREN WRAY, DESIGN COORDINATOR, MOUNTAIN LOG HOMES & INTERIORS, FRISCO

KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES DOESN’T HAVE TO MEAN ADDING SQUARE FOOTAGE AND SPECIALTY ROOMS. Sustainable building practices and the state of the economy have all factored into smart space planning in the 2011 Parade of Homes. You’ll find something here for everyone. Square footage for this year’s entrants ranges from fewer than 1,200 square feet in the multi-family residences to luxury homes with more than 10,000 square feet. But the common trend is livability. Each home features common gathering spaces for friends and family complemented by private quiet spaces. With an average of four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms, the well-appointed residences feature stylish bathrooms, fireplaces, sitting areas and outdoor living spaces. Most of the homes feature multiple decks, terraces, patios and covered porches that include fire pits, fireplaces, outdoor kitchens, hot tubs, comfortable furniture, mood lighting and other amenities that used to be found only indoors. And for times when the weather is not conducive to enjoying these outdoor living areas, the homes bring the outdoors in with expansive windows and natural materials. Single-function home theaters have been replaced by multi-functional game rooms that include large-screen TV and surround-sound systems, as well as pool tables, kitchens and other features that encourage guest interaction.

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275 COUNTY ROAD 268 BUILDER FAZENDIN BROTHERS, INC.

MONTEZUMA

DESCRIPTION Nestled in a valley on five acres on the outskirts of the historic mining town of Montezuma, this custom home was designed and built by Allan Fazendin as his personal home. The dwelling was designed to take full advantage of the natural features of the site and the Snake River, located just a few feet away. As you cross a stone bridge and approach the home, you’ll notice the striking log post-and-beam front entry. The exterior is a combination of handhewn spruce log siding, cedar board and batten, cedar shake shingles, stucco and moss rock, framed by dramatic hand-hewn lodgepole pine logs. The home is surrounded by massive boulder walls, which were built from materials found on the site, as well as natural landscaping. Just inside, a curved log beam (recovered from a tree cut to clear the homesite) arches over the entryway and frames the great room. Enormous log trusses constructed of native beetle-kill lodgepole pine, a dramatic stone fireplace, and cornerless glass windows bring the outdoors into the great room. The adjoining kitchen is framed by glass walls that extend eight feet above the countertops to the ceiling, taking full advantage of views to the mountain and the Snake River below. Large south-

and east-facing windows in the great room, kitchen and bay-shaped dining room offer dramatic views and the benefits of passive-solar heat. The exceptional finishes and craftsmanship on display throughout the home, including custom cabinets, granite countertops, natural stone and quarter-sawn red oak flooring, antique leaded-glass panes, and many other unique features and details, are characteristic of the quality and creativity found in all Fazendin Brothers’ custom homes.

Montezuma Road and follow for 5 miles. Turn right on to County Road 268, proceed .3 miles, cross the bridge, then turn left to 275.

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Builder Fazendin Brothers, Inc. 970.468.7660 fazendinbrothers.com

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4,960 square feet 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths Handcrafted log post-and-beam construction Passive-solar heat 2 fireplaces Granite countertops Natural stone tile throughout Rustic cherry custom cabinetry Antique leaded-glass windows Quarter-sawn wide-plank red oak flooring

VENDORS Cutting Edge Cabinetry Sierra Pacific Windows MB Marble Denver Glass Interiors Ferguson Enterprises

CONTACTS Fazendin Brothers, Inc. 280 County Road 268 Montezuma, CO 80435 Allan Fazendin, 970.390.7728 Jeff Fazendin, 970.389.5216

DIRECTIONS Take I-70 to exit 205, then travel east 7 miles on Highway 6 toward Keystone. Turn right onto

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DESIGN FINDS LUXURY PRODUCTS & SERVICES FOR YOUR HOME

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cornerstone creations

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Cornerstone Creations creates functional art as unique as the person who owns it. We specialize in handcrafted tile and stone murals, and also custom design everything from shower enclosures to fireplace facades, waterscape walls to backsplashes, and even mosaic area rugs.

abigail-elise interiors Abigail-Elise Interiors is a boutique design firm offering all-inclusive interior architecture and design. We also offer a variety of products that range in style from contemporary to eclectic, sourced from local craftspeople and international locations. The Sensunels doors pictured here are part of a new collection of security and interior doors designed by Karim Rashid. aeinteriorsinc.com codesigncenter.com

PHOTO BY GEORGETOWN DEVELOPMENT CORP.

cornerstonecreations.com

3 raw urth metal designs Our custom metal range hoods and countertops create an unexpected refinement in any kitchen. Various metals and finishes available. rawurth.com

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4 lilli’s lighting & decor Lilli’s Lighting and Décor is Summit County’s premier interior design resource for mountain home furnishings. Stocking a wide variety of lighting fixtures, furniture, accessories and artwork, Lilli’s can fully outfit your ultimate mountain getaway. lillislightinganddecor.com | 970.668.9989


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310 S. 8TH AVENUE INTERIOR DESIGNER MASONTOWN MINES, LTD.

FRISCO

DESCRIPTION

DIRECTIONS

This luxury townhome in downtown Frisco offers panoramic lake and mountain views, plus a view of the Landmark Clock Tower. Along with the convenience of high-end comfort and a close-in location, amenities include a private glass-enclosed elevator, sustainable low-maintenance brick and metal roofs, expansive decks, a private park, extensive landscaping and four covered parking spaces. Inside, details include slab granite countertops, customstained cabinetry and millwork, and abundant windows to allow the Colorado sunshine in.

From I-70, take exit 203 to Summit Blvd. Proceed for 1.4 miles to 8th Avenue.

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Downtown Frisco location 2,165 square feet 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms Panoramic lake, mountain and Landmark Clock Tower views

Private elevator in glass shaft with Lake Dillon views s Sustainable low-maintenance brick and metal roofs s Private park s Extensive landscaping s Slab granite countertops in kitchen and baths s Custom-stained cabinetry and millwork s Four covered parking spaces per unit (2 garage/2 carport) s

SPONSORS Mountain Professionals Dahnke-Rosales Valley Stone, Inc. Mountain Comfort Furniture WHK Masonry K See Flooring Breckenridge Building Center Avalanche Electric EWA Plumbing FirstBank of Summit County Carpet Direct Corp. L&L Glass

Eric Smith Associates 303.442.5458 Interior Designer Masontown Mines, Ltd. Kitchen Designer Dahnke-Rosales 303.296.3431 radicaldesigncrib.com Realtor RE/MAX BJ McCarthy

CONTACTS Masontown Mines, Ltd. 303.906.5353 skifrisco.com

VENDORS Developer Masontown Mines, Ltd. 303.906.5353 skifrisco.com Contractor Mountain Builders, LLC 970.468.2009 Architect Junge Enterprises 303.442.2978

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578 WATER DANCE DRIVE CONTRACTOR MOUNTAIN LOG HOMES OF COLORADO, INC.

FRISCO

DESCRIPTION

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As you approach this dramatic dwelling, featuring handcrafted 20”-36” diameter Western red cedar logs, it becomes obvious that there is something special about this custom home, built by Brian L. Wray and his crew of talented carpenters. Pioneer Log Homes of British Columbia has incorporated their impressive Swedish Cope scribing system— with butterfly-notch corners and Alaskan staggered tails—to highlight the base-bloom and growth rings of these majestic logs. Upon entering the residence, you are greeted with a welcoming cedar aroma. In-house design coordinator Karen Wray created a timeless palette of neutrals with hickory plank flooring, granite counters, knotty alder cabinets and doors, and a custom tile layout. A massive Quadra-fire fireplace with natural Oklahoma stone façade creates an inviting gathering place. In the spacious kitchen, a turret-style wall of windows brings in natural light and frames mountain views. The soaring ceiling extends into the master suite, complete with two-sided fireplace, soaking tub, steam shower and generous walk-in closet. Although this home’s owners can live comfortably on one level, the loft provides two guest suites, connected by a space-saving Jack-and-Jill-style bath. The lower level, designed for family fun, features a full wet bar, media space and bunkroom for the next generation to enjoy visiting grandma and grandpa— and it’s all steps from the Frisco Nordic center and tubing hill.

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Summit Stone Works Sun Mountain Doors Vantia Hardwood Floooring

VENDORS Contractor Mountain Log Homes of Colorado, Inc. Brian L. Wray mlhoc.com Log Supplier Pioneer Log Homes of British Columbia pioneerloghomesofbc.com Architect RAW Architecture Brian Higgins raw-architecture.com

From I-70 take Frisco exit 203 and proceed south on Summit Blvd./Highway 9 for approx. 2 miles. Go through the light at Main Street and turn left at the next light onto Water Dance Drive. Take your immediate right and follow the curve to No. 578 on the right.

Design Coordinator Mountain Log Homes of Colorado, Inc. & Interiors Karen L. Wray

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WHAT ARE THE LATEST TRENDS IN KITCHEN DESIGN? As you venture through the 2011 Parade of Homes, the kitchens will undoubtedly catch your eye. Whether these spaces are contemporary or traditional, high-country kitchens have a tendency to be strong and solid, just like the environment that surrounds us. Materials that will stand the test of time are in high demand. Honed and leathered textures for countertops add a harmonious accent to the overall composition. Darker woods and stains lend a masculine appeal to the space. Cool and warm colors are being paired together to create an earthy comfort zone. And just as nature offers many textures, today’s kitchen can offer a variety of work surfaces and cabinet finishes within the same space. Current lighting techniques bring these surfaces to life while creating an environment that enables homeowners to work comfortably and relax with friends and family. Today’s builders and remodelers, in partnership with homeowners, are making conscious decisions to bring more sustainable materials into the kitchen. Recycled as well as renewable materials are establishing themselves as standard products in the kitchen. From the selection of energy efficient appliances and sustainable surfaces available to the structural components of cabinetry, “green” dominates.

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95 GOLD RUN ROAD DEVELOPER PINNACLE MOUNTAIN HOMES, INC.

BRECKENRIDGE

DESCRIPTION Known as “the smallest home in the Highlands,” this 2,554-square-foot gem displays clean-lined design elements and sophisticated finishes making it big on style. Featuring a variety of modern elements, including low-voltage lighting, glass tile, textural stone, and natural Brazilian cherry floors, this custom home has unique “urban loft meets organic mountain contemporary” style. Costa Esmerelda granite, stainless-steel appliances and custom cherry cabinets add panache to the kitchen. The use of quartzite countertops and unconventional materials, like wormy maple and bamboo cabinets, showcases the many ways Pinnacle strives to use progressive materials to create exceptional interiors. The open layout is ideal for entertaining; guest bedrooms are located in a separate wing, creating privacy for everyone. Situated on the second floor, the master suite has stunning views of the golf course and the snow-capped peaks of the Ten Mile Range.

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DIRECTIONS From I-70, take exit 203 and proceed south on Highway 9 toward Frisco/Breckenridge. After 6.8 miles, turn left onto Tiger Road/CO Rd. 6 and proceed for 1.5 miles. Turn right onto Gold Run Road; the residence is the third house on the left.

SPONSORS EHL RG Roofing Castlewood Sierra Pacific Bohemia Tile Vantia Hardwoods EWA Mechanical

VENDORS Contractor Pinnacle Mountain Homes 970.453.0727 pinnaclemtnhomes.com Architect BHH Partners, Planners and Architects 970.453.6880 bhhpartners.com Interior Designer Pinnacle Mountain Homes Design Team 970.453.0727 pinnaclemtnhomes.com

CONTACTS Pinnacle Mountain Homes, Inc 520 South Main Street, Unit 3M P.O. Box 1390 Breckenridge, CO 80424 970.453.0727 pinnaclemtnhomes.com chris@pinnaclemtnhomes.com

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359 LONG RIDGE DRIVE ARCHITECT MICHAEL F. GALLAGHER

BRECKENRIDGE

DESCRIPTION Situated high atop a ridge overlooking the Breckenridge Golf Club, with endless views of the Ten Mile Range, this spectacular custom home was designed to take full advantage of its dramatic 2.2-acre site. Discerning visitors will immediately recognize how well the architecture fits the setting. Architect Michael F. Gallagher worked closely with the owners to design a home that feels level and accessible on the steep lot. The open floor plan of the ENERGY STAR™-rated home highlights views of the Ten Mile Range, Peak 8 and the top of the Imperial Lift at Breckenridge Ski Resort. Maximizing the home’s southern exposure, the architect designed a 350-square-foot outdoor living room that the owners plan to use all year long. A fire pit and overhead heating provide warmth and a state-of-the-art barbecue grill is built into the stone retaining wall. The room is covered, while the adjacent hot tub was left open to the sky for stargazing. The “Next Generation” great room concept spans three levels, encompassing the living room, kitchen, dining, family and game rooms, all the way up to a third-level loft. A built-in sound system and home theater are enhanced by Acoustiblock soundproofing, which prevents sound from traveling among levels. Private, comfortable and with breathtaking views, this home is worth a look.

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5,000 finished square feet 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 3-car garage Spectacular views of golf course, ski area and Ten Mile Range

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350-square-foot year-round outdoor living room “Next Generation” great room concept spanning three levels Private den with custom fly-tying desk Built-in home movie and sound system in upper great room Massive custom timbers and timber trusses Cold roof with metal apron ENERGY STAR™ rated Solar-thermal combination system Energy recovery ventilator and humidifier

DIRECTIONS From I-70, take exit 203 and proceed south on Highway 9 toward Frisco/Breckenridge. After approximately 6.8 miles, turn east onto Tiger Road, then turn right onto Gold Run Road. Take the second right onto Long Ridge Drive; 359 Long Ridge Drive is on the left.

SPONSORS Solar Glass Marvin Design Gallery CDF Drywall & Construction, Inc. Grizzly Plumbing & Heating Maximum Comfort Pool & Spa, Inc. Specialty Wood Products Capitol Solar Energy Company, LLC Martz Supply Cutting Edge Woodworking, Inc. NorthPoint Design Studio AJ Tile & Design, Inc. Hardwood Floors, Inc. Stover Granite, Inc. Greer’s Appliance Center PSQ Enterprises, Inc.

Trimworks Reliable Home Technology, Inc. Asher & Son Denver Glass Interiors The Fireplace Paradise Construction Framing, LLC Western Millwork Huber Engineered Woods, LLC

CONTACTS Architect Michael F. Gallagher, Architect P.O. Box 1636 Breckenridge, CO 80424 970.453.6872 michael@michaelgallagher.com michaelgallagher.com Contractor Elevation Building Group, Inc. Alan Evans, 970.389.0384 Interior Designer NorthPoint Design 715.934.4700 northpoint-design.com

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0952 GOLD RUN ROAD DEVELOPER PINNACLE MOUNTAIN HOMES, INC.

BRECKENRIDGE

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Nestled in the willows of The Highlands, overlooking the Breckenridge Golf Course, this 6,800-squarefoot home offers modern amenities and old world charm. Elegant wood trusses, stone archways and hand-scraped beams add a refined quality, all designed to meet the high standards of this discerning client. The heart of the home is the full custom kitchen with polished granite countertops and a leathered serving bar which opens up to a palatial great room with a grand stone fireplace. Each bathroom features custom stone and metal tile designs. The home’s lower level features a full bar, recreation room complete with an exercise and spa area, in-ground endless pool and outdoor fireplace overlooking the river and golf course. Europeaninspired light fixtures and high-end finishes add a unique, traditional feel to this mountain home.

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5,990 finished square feet; 6,800 total square feet 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms Stonework throughout the house Custom beadboard cabinets Indoor endless pool Stone-wall staircase with bent-iron light fixture

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Ornate wood trusses and beams His-and-hers master bathrooms with intricate tile work and steam showers Savant and Lutron full home-automation and control system Outdoor fireplace and hot tub Views of Breckenridge Golf Course

DIRECTIONS From I-70, take exit 203 and proceed south on Highway 9 toward Frisco/Breckenridge. After 6.8 miles, turn left onto Tiger Road/CO Road 6 and proceed for 1.5 miles. Turn right on to Gold Run Road and proceed for about 1 mile. At the stop sign, turn right to continue on Gold Run; the residence is on the right.

SPONSORS Tomko Tile Greer’s Appliance Center Pro Design Western Fireplace Versatile Strokes

VENDORS Contractor Pinnacle Mountain Homes 970.453.0727 pinnaclemtnhomes.com Architect Valdez Architects, P.C. 970.668.4506 www.valdezarchitects.com Interior Designer Pinnacle Mountain Homes Design Team 970.453.0727 pinnaclemtnhomes.com

CONTACTS Pinnacle Mountain Homes, Inc 520 South Main Street, Unit 3M P.O. Box 1390 Breckenridge, CO 80424 970.453.0727 pinnaclemtnhomes.com chris@pinnaclemtnhomes.com

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382 FAIRVIEW BOULEVARD CONTRACTOR COLORADO BUILDING COMPANY

BRECKENRIDGE

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of Trilogy Partners, who brought in architect Michael Shult to redesign the existing home to take advantage of the sun and views. To achieve this goal, Colorado Building Company removed and rebuilt the entire west and south sides of the home. Walls, windows, decks, siding, roofing, flooring, lighting, staircases and railing systems were added for a thorough transformation, proving that an effective collaboration can enable a homeowner’s old home to become their new

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There are many beautiful homes in Summit County, and there are also many dated homes

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er, was a different story. Built in the early 1980s, the home was dated, in poor shape, and worst of all, the window orientation did not accommodate the sun or the incredible views. The homeowners didn’t want to tear the house down, but an update was crucial. They sought the help

Contractor Colorado Building Company 970.453.4029 coloradobuildingcompany.com Architect Michael Shult 970.453.2728 Design Trilogy Partners 970.453.2230 trilogybuilds.com Interior Designer Sharon and Tom Ohlmacher

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Exterior updated to bring 1980s architecture into present day Spectacular views of the Ten Mile range Passive solar maximized Upgraded interior finishes Master bedroom redesigned Extensive deck remodel

Colorado Building Company 233 S. Ridge St., Unit C P.O. Box 2452 Breckenridge, CO 80424 970.453.4029 melindaf@coloradobuildingcompany.com coloradobuildingcompany.com

DIRECTIONS From I-70, take exit 203 and proceed south on Highway 9 toward Frisco/Breckenridge. From Frisco, proceed approximately 5 miles to Fairview Blvd. Turn left on Fairview Blvd. Follow Fairview Blvd. to the home, which is on your left.

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130 TASSELS LOOP CONTRACTOR SUMMIT HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

BRECKENRIDGE SPONSORS Compass Homes/CFC Mountain Builders, LLC Breckenridge Building Center Mountain High Plumbing and Heating Triangle Electric Stan Miller Excavating 2 Vs Landscaping

VENDORS Developer Summit Housing Development Corp. 970.423.7043 summithousing.us Contractor Compass Homes/CFC Mountain Builders, LLC 970.547.5047 compasshomesdev.com Architect KTGY Group 303.825.6400 ktgy.com Interior Designer Mountain Comfort 970.668.3661 mountaincomfortfrisco.com

DESCRIPTION Townhomes in the Valley Brook neighborhood are built to be affordable, with a commitment to environmental responsibility from the inside out. Each home has a two-car, oversized garage providing ample storage space. Wood and tile flooring, Livingstone countertops, a neighborhood park, private green space and spectacular mountain views are just a few of the highlights of owning a Valley Brook townhome. Inside, ENERGY STAR™-rated appliances and

Blue River, catching the county Recpath into Breckenridge for an outdoor music festival, sending kids to the nearby Upper Blue Elementary School, or visiting the Timberline Day Care. A free bus line provides easy access to beautiful Breckenridge.

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toilets help decrease the homes’ environmental footprint. On the outside, photovoltaic systems for each unit offset up to 30% of the home’s energy use; homes have a HERS rating of 50. Along with eco-friendly amenities, Valley Brook townhomes offer superb Summit County living. Residents can enjoy a variety of activities and

Kitchen Designer Kitchenscapes 970.453.7107 kitchenscapesinc.com Realtors Summit Combined Housing Authority 970.423.7044 summithousing.us Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.453.9090 slifersummit.com

1,154 square feet 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms 2 car “stretch” garage Wood and tile flooring Livingstone countertops Neighborhood park Private green space Spectacular mountain views

CONTACTS Summit Combined Housing Authority P.O. Box 188, 110 Ski Hill Road Breckenridge, CO 80424 Jennifer Kermode 970.423.7043 | jenniferk@summithousing.us Joanne Van Steenberghe 970.423.7044 | joannevs@summithousing.us

DIRECTIONS From I-70, take exit 203 and proceed south on Highway 9 toward Breckenridge. Turn right on Valley Brook Road. At the first stop sign, turn right on Airport Road. At the first stop sign, turn right into the Valley Brook neighborhood.

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0265 SOUTHERN CROSS TRAIL DEVELOPER PINNACLE MOUNTAIN HOMES, INC.

BRECKENRIDGE

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This 7,800-square-foot custom home sits far above Breckenridge in the exclusive Western Sky Ranch Development. As you enter the home, you will be greeted with panoramic views of the Ten Mile Range and a flood of natural light coming through the floor-to-ceiling windows. With the use of metal railings, dark beam work, granite slabs and natural stone tile, the home celebrates its surroundings and brings outside elements to the interior. The homeowners brought a lot of personal flair to their mountain home with vibrant paint color selections and in-floor lights at the entry, precisely positioned to represent the Southern Cross constellation. The floor plan was created with the client’s lifestyle in mind and features a large open space for entertaining, as well as private areas located on separate ends of the home: a large study and woodworking shop for him and a bright, cheery studio space for her. The lower level features a TV room with a lit tray ceiling, as well as a walk-in wine cellar and custom cedar sauna. There is plenty of space for overnight guests in the guest suite, which features a private bath and eat-in kitchen. The use of low-voltage lighting and a state-ofthe-art automation system adds sophistication to this beautiful mountain retreat.

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Bamboo and hewn hickory flooring Walk-in wine cellar Vaulted great room with custom beam work Whole-house air exchanger Savant home-automation and control system Custom cedar built-in sauna room Heated exterior decks Panoramic views of Breckenridge and the resort Sub-Zero and Miele steam appliances

DIRECTIONS From I-70, take exit 203 and proceed south on Highway 9 toward Frisco/Breckenridge. After about 9.5 miles, turn left at the 7-Eleven onto Huron Road/County Road 450. At the fork in the road, stay left to continue on Forest Hills Dr./ County Road 450, and drive up the hill for 1 mile. Stay on Forest Hills Drive, veering left to enter Western Sky Ranch. Continue for another 1.1 miles; the home is on the left.

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VENDORS Contractor Pinnacle Mountain Homes 970.453.0727 pinnaclemtnhomes.com Architect BHH Partners, Planners and Architects 970.453.6880 bhhpartners.com Interior Designer Pinnacle Mountain Homes Design Team 970.453.0727 pinnaclemtnhomes.com

CONTACTS Pinnacle Mountain Homes, Inc 520 South Main Street, Unit 3M P.O. Box 1390 Breckenridge, CO 80424 970.453.0727 pinnaclemtnhomes.com chris@pinnaclemtnhomes.com

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DEVELOPER VAIL RESORTS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

BRECKENRIDGE

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DESCRIPTION One Ski Hill Place, a RockResorts development located at the base of Peak 8, offers true ski-in/skiout living at the slopes in Breckenridge. Recipient of six awards in the multi-family category in the 2010 Parade of Homes, this eco-sensitive, whole-ownership residential lodge features legendary quality and services just steps from hundreds of acres of ski terrain, four chair lifts and the BreckConnect Gondola, which links Peak 8 with downtown Breckenridge. Choose from a variety of floor plans, ranging from studios to four-bedroom units, with prices ranging from $665,000 to $2.7 million. Each residence has a deck with stunning alpine views of Peak 8 or the Continental Divide, a fivepiece master bath and distinctive interior finishes. The plush, comfortable living spaces feature hardwood floors, moss rock gas fireplaces, and kitchens with granite countertops and stainless-steel Bosch appliances. Beyond the luxurious appointments, residents can enjoy an exceptional variety of amenities, including an aquatics center with two pools and two hot tubs; a fitness facility with steam room, sauna, fitness equipment and sports massage; a conference center with four meeting rooms, break-out space and business center; an owners’ lounge, private storage lockers and shower facility; a full-service skier restaurant, café and lively après-ski bar; movie and game lounges; a two-lane bowling alley; an exciting snowfront plaza; and heated underground parking. These

residences were also awarded three “Green Globes,” ensuring minimal impact on the environment, and One Ski Hill Place employs comprehensive sustainability initiatives across the entire organization. This comfortable mountain retreat is truly a place where luxury lifestyle and a perfect location intersect.

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Winner of six awards in 2010 Parade of Homes Five-piece master bath Bowling alley Aquatics center Rejuvenation center, media and game rooms Skier restaurant, café and private owner locker rooms, all just steps from four chairlifts on Peak 8 accessing acres of terrain at Breckenridge Ski Resort and the gondola to the town of Breckenridge Awarded three Green Globes for sustainable building and design

DIRECTIONS From I-70, take exit 203 and proceed south on Highway 9 toward Breckenridge. Drive approximately 10 miles to the round-a-bout bearing right onto Park Avenue. Turn right onto Ski Hill Road Drive and follow approximately 3 miles to Peak 8 base area.

VENDORS Realtor Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate 970.547.6000 oneskihillplace.com Developer Vail Resorts Development Company 970.754.2374 Emily Curtis ecurtis@vailresorts.com Contractor PCL 303.365.6500 pcl.com Architect O’Bryan Partnership Architects 970.668.1133 oparch.com Interior Designer Portico Design Group 604.275.5470 porticodesign.com Obtain the Property Report required by federal law and read it before signing anything. No federal agency has judged the merits or value, if any, of this property. Any statements, depictions, or representations herein are not intended to be an offering to residents in any jurisdiction where prior registration requirements have not been fulfilled, and further information will not be provided to such residents. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED BY LAW. Verify all plan details and furniture inclusions before purchasing. © 2011 Vail Resorts Development Company

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213 S. FRENCH STREET CONTRACTOR LEVEL ONE DEVELOPMENT, INC.

BRECKENRIDGE

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DESCRIPTION Set in downtown Breckenridge’s historic district,

eight-foot French doors open from the bedroom to a balcony that faces Peak 8. An outdoor living space beckons guests and

this 20-year-old home was in need of an upgrade. Lou Fishman and his team at Level One Building Company tore the property down to the studs and recreated the space, opening up walls, improving the floor plan, and installing new heating, electrical, BIB insulation and plumbing. The main level now features an open floor plan with high ceilings, exposed brickwork, and custom handcrafted details. Reclaimed beams

residents alike; a wraparound deck, with sunken outdoor spa, a massive wood-burning fireplace, and a heated patio and walkway promise comfortable relaxation.

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in-size fireplace takes center stage, complete with a custom steel mantel and surround crafted from oversized limestone blocks. The kitchen now features custom clear alder cabinetry, along with soapstone solid surface countertops and a soapstone bar sink. Highlighting the custom millwork, a reclaimed wood staircase with floating treads reaches from the main level to the master suite on the upper floor. Inside the master suite, the closet features stained clear alder, a steam shower adds luxury to the master bath, and

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3,716 finished square feet; 1,208-square-foot garage 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms Complete historic renovation/remodel Acid-stained concrete floors throughout Custom great room fireplace Reclaimed timber/wood detailing New mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems throughout Clear alder doors and trim package Custom built cabinetry and built-ins throughout Thermador appliance package

Interiors by Design BHH Partners Sierra Pacific Windows Breckenridge Building Center Greer’s Appliance Center Discover Electric Grand Spaces Thetford Landscaping The Fireplace Fitzgerald Flooring Alpine Bank Altitude Garage Doors Hpm Services

VENDORS Contractor Level One Building Company, Inc. 970.453.6790 levelonebuildingco.com Architect BHH Partners 970.453.6880 bhhpartners.com Interior Designer Interiors by Design Kitchen Designer Interiors by Design

CONTACTS Level One Building Co., Inc. P.O. Box 4446 Breckenridge, CO 80424 970.453.6790 levelonebuildingco.com lou@levelonebuildingco.com

DIRECTIONS From I-70, take exit 203 and proceed south on Highway 9 toward Frisco/Breckenridge. At the roundabout in Breckenridge, stay on Main Street and proceed through the Ski Hill Road traffic light. Turn left onto Adams Avenue. Proceed two blocks and turn left onto South French Street. The house is the second one on the left.

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388 MINERS VIEW ROAD

DESCRIPTION Set on a two-acre lot—a rarity in Breckenridge— the home at 388 Miners View Road is a nod toward a historic farmhouse. The clients worked with Greg Decker of Decker Custom Homes and Suzanne Allen-Guerra of Allen-Guerra DesignBuild to create a home that is a true reflection of their wishes. This fully custom home is energyefficient and features high-quality custom cabinetry, flooring, and the integration of a variety of built-in antique pieces. The roof has an array of solar panels that is nearly hidden from view by the home’s orientation and the pitch of the roof, and solar hot water heating augments the home’s hot water tank. The property is ENERGY STAR™ certified, lending credence to Decker’s belief that it is possible to build a large yet energy-efficient residence. Inside, the majority of the flooring is handscraped hickory. The center stairway is finished in panelized wood and spans four flights. An upper bedroom and office space features a fireplace and rustic hickory floor treatment. The home offers a number of indoor and outdoor fireplaces, including a pellet stove in the lower level family room that warms the space with ambient heat. Antique pieces include fireplace surrounds, doors and an aged sink, each of which

required custom work to incorporate. Cutting Edge Woodworking provided custom cabinetry in the kitchen and throughout the house. Solid granite tops the counters, while the island features a leathered granite surface—a subtle twist on the look of classic granite.

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8,015 square feet 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms ENERGY STAR™ certified home 7.35 kW photovoltaic system Solar thermal heating system for domestic hot water 5 fireplaces Douglas fir beam work and joinery Hand-scraped hickory flooring Custom cabinetry Custom stairway paneling Integration of various antique components

DIRECTIONS Take 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 1.4 miles. Turn left onto Emmett Lode and proceed for .3 miles, then turn right onto Miners View Road. The house is the first one on the right.

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CONTACTS Contractor Decker Custom Homes, Inc. P.O. Box 4674 Breckenridge, CO 80424 970.418.3166 deckercustomhomesinc.com Architect Allen-Guerra Design-Build, Inc. 970.453.7002 allen-guerra.com

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Decker Custom Homes, Inc. ................................ 57

A to Z Properties, Inc. .......................................... 57

Denver Glass Interiors .............................. 35, 39, 43

AJ Tile & Design, Inc. ........................................... 43

Design One Interiors ............................................ 27

Allen-Guerra Design-Build, Inc. ............................ 57

Designs by Stonescapes ..................................... 39

Alpine Bank ......................................................... 55

Discover Electric .................................................. 55

Alpine Builders Hardware ..................................... 39

Division 7 Insulation ............................................. 25

Alpine Vista Home Cinema & Automation ............ 27

EHL ........... .................................................... 25, 41

Altitude Garage Doors ......................................... 55

Elevation Building Group, Inc. .............................. 43

American Electric Service, Inc. ............................. 25

Eric Smith Associates .......................................... 37

Angler Mountain Ranch ....................................... 23

Everist Materials .................................................. 31

Arapahoe Architects ............................................ 23

EWA Mechanical ........................................... 37, 41

Asher & Son ........................................................ 43

Fazendin Brothers, Inc. ........................................ 35

Austin Bluffs Lighting ........................................... 39

Ferguson Enterprises ..................................... 35, 51

Avalanche Electric ............................................... 37

First Bank of Summit County ............................... 37

BHH Partners .......................................... 41, 51, 55

Fitzgerald Flooring ............................................... 55

Bighorn Interiors ..................................... 25, 31, 33

Grand Spaces ..................................................... 55

Bighorn Materials Design Center .......................... 33

Greer’s Appliances ............................. 33, 43, 45, 55

BKC Kitchen & Bath ............................................ 21

Grizzly Plumbing & Heating .................................. 43

Bohemia Tile/Tile on Fire .......................... 39, 41, 47

Hardwood Floors, Inc. ................................... 43, 57

Bosch/Mountain High Appliance.......................... 39

Heavenly Times Hot Tubs and Billiards ................ 33

Breckenridge Building Center ............ 33, 37, 49, 55

Hpm Services ...................................................... 55

Capitol Solar Energy Company, LLC .................... 43

Huber Engineered Woods, LLC ........................... 43

Carl Construction ................................................ 29

Innovative Energy .................................... 25, 29, 57

Carpet Direct Corp. ............................................. 37

Interiors by Design ............................................... 55

Cassidy, Inc. ........................................................ 27

Ira Wertenteil and Cindy Powders ........................ 29

Castlewood ......................................................... 41

Jeld-Wen Windows ............................................. 51

Castlewood Doors ............................................... 21

Jeremiah Johnson Log Homes, LLC ..................... 31

CDF Drywall & Construction, Inc. ......................... 43

Junge Enterprises ................................................ 37

CNC Glassworks ................................................. 33

JVC & KB Mechanical Contractors, LLC .............. 57

Coffin Bros. Drywall ............................................. 39

K See Flooring ..................................................... 37

Colorado Building Company ................................ 47

Kevin’s Quality Interiors ........................................ 57

Colorado Custom Wood Floors ........................... 47

Kitchenscapes ............................................... 39, 49

Compass Homes/CFC Mountain Builders, LLC 23, 49

KTGY Group ........................................................ 49

Custom Log Home Restoration ........................... 57

L&L Glass .......................................................... 37

Cutting Edge Cabinetry .................................. 33, 35

Level One Building Company, Inc. ....................... 55

Cutting Edge Woodworking ..................... 33, 43, 57

Longs Road Ranch and Construction Co. ........... 29

Dahnke-Rosales .................................................. 37

Luxury Stone, Inc. ............................................... 25

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Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate .............. 49, 53

Masontown Mines, Ltd. ....................................... 37

Solar Glass .................................................... 31, 43

Maureen McGuire Interiors ................................... 21

Specialty Wood Products ........................ 43, 47, 57

Maximum Comfort Pool & Spa, Inc. ..................... 43

Stan Miller Excavating .......................................... 49

MB Marble & Tile, Inc. .................................... 35, 57

Stark Custom Millwork ......................................... 57

Michael Gallagher, Architect ................................. 43

Stover Granite, Inc. .............................................. 43

Michael Shult Architect ........................................ 47

StraitLine Framing Co., Inc. ........................... 23, 27

Moore Log and Timber Homes ............................ 31

Summit Color Service .......................................... 25

Morning Star Elevator .......................................... 51

Summit Flooring .................................................. 25

Mountain Builders, LLC ....................................... 37

Summit Housing Development Corp. ................... 49

Mountain Comfort Furnishings ..... 23, 33, 37, 39, 49

Summit Stone Works ........................................... 39

Mountain High Plumbing & Heating ............... 23, 49

Sun Mountain Door ....................................... 33, 39

Mountain Log Homes of CO ................................ 39

The Fireplace ................................................. 43, 55

Mountain Professionals ........................................ 37

Thetford Landscaping .......................................... 55

Neils Lunceford Landscaping ............................... 27

Todd Webber Architects ...................................... 33

NorthPoint Design Studio .................................... 43

Tomko ....... .................................................... 51, 45

O’Bryan Partnership Architects ............................ 53

Top Shop, LLC .................................................... 23

Paradise Construction Framing, LLC .................. 43

Triangle Electric ................................................... 49

Paragon Solar & Mechanical ................................ 25

Trilog Home Services ........................................... 23

PCL .......... .......................................................... 53

Trilogy Partners .................................................... 47

Pella Windows & Doors ................................. 39, 57

Trimworks .. .......................................................... 43

Pinnacle Mountain Homes ................. 21, 41, 45, 51

Vail Resorts Development Company .................... 53

Pioneer Log Homes of British Columbia ............... 39

Valdez Architects, P.C. ......................................... 45

Portico Design Group .......................................... 53

Valley Stone, Inc. ................................................. 37

Pro Design .................................................... 45, 51

Vantia Hardwood Flooring ........................ 39, 41, 51

PSQ Enterprises, Inc. .......................................... 43

Ventanas Interior Design ...................................... 29

Quality Kitchen Cabinets ...................................... 23

Versatile Strokes .................................................. 45

Raptor Construction ............................................ 33

Vintage Wood Products ....................................... 33

RAW Architecture .......................................... 21, 39

Vista Stone .......................................................... 33

Reliable Home Technology, Inc. ........................... 43

WCW Drywallers, Inc. .......................................... 25

RE/MAX ..... ......................................................... 37

Western Fireplace .......................................... 31, 45

RG Roofing ..................................................... 41,51

Western Millwork ................................................. 43

RJB Development, Inc. ........................................ 25

WHK Masonry ..................................................... 37

Rocky Mountain Forest Products ................... 31, 33

Woodhouse and Murus Companies ..................... 29

Rocky Mountain Gutters & Maintenance, Inc. ...... 25

Woodhouse and Ron Zachery Architects ............. 29

Sharon and Tom Ohlmacher, Interior Designers ... 47

Wood Right Carpentry – Paul Austin .............. 27, 47

Sierra Pacific Windows .......... 21, 33, 35, 41, 47, 55

YK Marble and Stone .......................................... 33

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DRAMATIC SUSPENSION BRIDGES INSPIRE ARCHITECT TOMMY HEIN’S DESIGN FOR A CONTEMPORARY MOUNTAIN RETREAT IN TELLURIDE, COLORADO

BRIDGE HOUSE

“The view is of paramount importance,” architect Tommy Hein says of his decision to site this Telluride, Colorado, house parallel to the San Sophia mountain range. The elongated structure is connected by a series of suspension bridges and anchored by stone towers that ground the design to the dramatically sloping site.

STORY BY TARA N. WILFONG

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY JENNIFER KOSKINEN


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ARCHITECTURE BY TOMMY HEIN ARCHITECTS INTERIOR DESIGN BY DON CONNELLY

OR ARCHITECT TOMMY HEIN, INTRIGUING ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN ISN’T ABOUT STYLE. IN FACT, HE DOESN’T BELIEVE IN CATEGORIZING ARCHITECTURE AS A PARTICULAR “STYLE” AT ALL. INSTEAD, IT’S SIMPLY ABOUT THE PROCESS. A SELF-DESCRIBED PHILOSOPHER AND DREAMER, HEIN APPROACHES EVERY PROJECT WITH THE SAME CORE PRINCIPLES: ACKNOWLEDGE HISTORY, DISCOVER THE SITE’S UNIQUENESS AND ALLOW THE SHELTER TO GROW FROM THAT CONTEXT.

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The large open kitchen is easily accessible for entertaining—a priority for the homeowners—and showcases the architect’s creative use of materials and textures. Using the colors in the quartzite stone as a template, Hein incorporated silver, charcoal, walnut and honey hues to create depth and drama. FACING PAGE: In the main entryway, a vignette of contemporary furnishings provides a refreshing contrast with the stacked-stone wall.

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efore Hein even created his first sketch for this dwelling in Telluride, Colorado, he lived off the land, learning its secrets and nuances. “The site is very long and narrow, and there is a natural draw where water runs down the mountain through the center of the property,” the architect explains. “From the beginning, this natural draw spoke to me, inspiring the bridge concept that functionally and visually links the two sides of the property.” Sitting parallel to the San Sophia mountain range, the elongated structure juxtaposes lofty suspension bridges with chunky vertical towers that anchor the design to the earth. The home’s public spaces are defined by floor-to-ceiling windows that capture the striking view. Raw vertical timbers outline the windows and bring the forest inside, strengthening the indoor-outdoor connection. In contrast, the home’s private chambers are enclosed in the stone towers, providing an air of intimacy. “When we decided to build our second home in Telluride, we knew we wanted a structure that was more modern and unique than our Houston residence,” homeowner Vineet Bhatia says. “Although we never conceptualized a bridge house, now when we look out over the mountains we feel as if we’re floating among the trees in our own mountain penthouse.” Every detail, from a simplified materials palette to the placement of fixtures, was chosen to highlight and complement the topography. Using just four distinct materials—wood, stone, steel and glass—Hein created a cohesive design that seamlessly blends interior and exterior elements. “I don’t think people use enough restraint in their choice of materials, and that tends to date the design,” he says. “When you simplify your palette, you create calmness, allowing the structure and the space to speak for themselves.” On the home’s facade, mill-finished steel artfully mingles with stone, glass and wood, providing a rustic yet durable finish evocative of the area’s mining history. Inside, steel accents everything from walls, doors and railings to the massive fireplace. Although the fireplace’s composition is simple, the depth achieved by stacking the horizontal steel planks adds distinction, creating an elegant focal point in the living room. Above the family room, a sleek interior bridge serves as a passageway that links the private chambers. Bisecting the bridge’s expanse, an angular staircase leads down to the main floor. Composed of steel and timber, the staircase’s hard demeanor is softened by the elegant chandelier that descends through the center volume. “When we designed the staircase, we wanted it to feel like you were climbing up to a tree house,” Hein says. “Every detail was purposefully configured to extend the idea of the floating bridge, both inside and out.” Embracing the land’s natural attributes, the home appears to have grown directly from the site, inspiring the notion that it couldn’t exist anywhere else. “To me, architecture is simply a mixture of people and place,” Hein says. “In essence, it’s the client’s personal piece of sculpture that is shaped by its surroundings.” >>

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CLOCKWISE, FROM TOP LEFT: A portion of the facade clad in pre-rusted steel panels is punctuated by a grid of small square windows; frosted glass allows indirect natural light to filter through the southern exposure into the home’s central stairwell. Mill-finished steel “shingles” look weathered, easily blending with the wood casements and softening the exterior’s stone forms. A suspension bridge links the home’s two primary structures: the eastern side (pictured here), where the homeowners and their guests enter by car or on foot, and the larger western side, which contains the main body of the home. Hein carefully edited his palette to just four materials: wood, stone, steel and glass. The open-air bridge showcases fine craftsmanship and detail, yet allows the site’s natural beauty to take center stage. The structure sits high above the roofs of neighboring homes, allowing for spectacular views of the San Sophias.

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Gracefully extending through the center of the stairwell, a custom-designed Bocci chandelier elegantly blends form and function. The round globes, which were hand-placed by the homeowners, are the perfect foil for the frosted angular windows that provide indirect natural light through the southern exposure. FACING PAGE: Oversized yet understated, the massive steel fireplace draws attention, while the living room’s plush furnishings provide a feminine touch.

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“I feel things from the land, I feel things when I visit a particular site, and I feel things from people, and that is what informs many of my architectural decisions.” —Tommy Hein

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A PROCESS IN PERSPECTIVE DETERMINED TO HIGHLIGHT THE SITE’S MOST DISTINCTIVE FEATURES, architect Tommy Hein envisioned a home that would complement the landscape and embrace the area’s most impressive assets. “My process is about context,” he explains. “I like to create buildings that fit their place, fit the site and fit the client.” GAINING ARCHITECTURAL PERSPECTIVE FROM THE BRIDGE CONCEPT, Hein focused on modernizing the structure to capture the breathtaking view of the mountains. Banks of windows on the north-facing wall parallel the mountain range in the distance. Calculating the exact angle for ideal viewing, Hein found the perfect formula for balancing peaks and sky. “The view is of paramount importance,” he says. “It’s why people build homes in the mountains. Capturing that ethereal beauty and framing it within the context of the structure creates natural art and an intimacy that is beyond compare.” ●

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The long, narrow homesite is bisected by a natural draw. This feature inspired Hein’s bridge design that literally and visually links the two sides of the property. The suspension bridge pictured at left connects the vehicular and guest entry points with the main body of the home. In the background, a grove of aspens and the San Sophia mountain range are illuminated by the late-afternoon sun. FACING PAGE: In the master bedroom, plush linens and an upholstered headboard temper the room’s palette of wood and steel.

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Inspired by the summer sky, the living room’s cool blue-trimmed drapes soften the nearly two-story-high windows. The azure tone repeats in the floral pattern of the Carini Lang rug and on the Baker sofa, which is upholstered with a Rogers and Goffigon mohair. A pagoda-shaped silk chandelier from Visual Comfort is an intentional departure from the room’s traditional furnishings.

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY EMILY MINTON REDFIELD


WESTERN ELEGANCE AN EAST COAST COUPLE BUILDS A MOUNTAIN HOME THAT CELEBRATES SUMMER SUNSHINE AND COLORADO’S BLUE SKIES

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Not everyone who owns a second home in the Vail Valley goes there to ski. The owners of this dwelling in the Red Sky Ranch golf community prefer the summer months—and a home that embraces the kind of indoor/outdoor lifestyle most people don’t associate with ski resorts. “They never said the words ‘warm and cozy’ even once,” interior designer Eddy Doumas of Vail-based Worth Interiors says of his clients, who intended to live with the doors and windows thrown wide open. The couple also wanted their getaway to reflect their modern sensibility. “They didn’t give me too many parameters, but they were clear about not wanting the big beams and timbers that often typify mountain architecture,” he adds. This directive turned out to be more challenging for architect Brian Judge of VAg, Inc., Architects & Planners, who had to find a way to put a contemporary twist on the 7,000-square-foot house while complying with Red Sky’s design regulations. “I deviated from the rustic interpretation and added classic details that were harmonious with the landscape, but applied them in a more simplified way,” says Judge, who selected refined exterior materials like white cedar shingles and indigenous stone, the latter dry stacked with less variation to create a cleaner look. For his part, Doumas established the indoor/outdoor theme by continuing the cathedral gray sandstone flooring used outside into the entry, living room, dining room and kitchen. Next, he kicked off the interior palette in his signature way, with a piece of fabric. “Often our launching point is a busy, patterned swatch that we might use to cover a pillow. But in this case it was a quieter, soft steel blue and burnished-gold stripe that established the color scheme,” he says of the silk that tops the living room chaise. >>

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Ralph Lauren chairs topped with a Glant fabric flank a Helene Aumont coffee table, providing seating in the sumptuous entryway. To accommodate the homeowners’ love for entertaining, the large hall was outfitted with a curved zebra wood bar. FACING PAGE: Deep overhangs on the stone, copper and glass exterior shade the expanse of windows; a white cedar-shingle roof is more refined than rustic.

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Cabinetry in the master bathroom features porcelain vessel sinks and convenient storage cubbies; crema marfil marble in a variety of patterns—including a mosaic on the walls and herringbone on the floor— adds texture and sophistication to the space. FACING PAGE, FROM TOP: Neutral tones in the master bedroom keep the focus on the colorful views. The room’s square shape is meant to balance the curves of the round dressing room, where his-and-hers closets, custom-crafted of cerused oak, flank a window seat.

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The blue repeats on the mohair sofa and in the floral rug, and the fabric’s sheen is reflected in the bronze table lamps and porcelain fireplace tiles. “The porcelain is meant to read like gunmetal,” Doumas says of the contemporary material choice that, on a practical level, doesn’t heat up despite its proximity to the fire. A suede leather chair, leather ottoman and an unexpected zebra-stripe armchair round out the space. “Without that chair, everything is a little too pulled together, a little too subtle,” he explains. Another surprise occurs in the formal dining room, where the deep red walls and ceiling are a total departure from the home’s established palette. “A red dining room was the only color request from the owner,” says Doumas, who dressed up the ceiling with a trimwork pattern stained dark espresso to match the windows and doors. That same finish reappears in the kitchen, where white oak cabinets sport the dark stain. The backsplash is clad in custom-colored porcelain tile in a geometric pattern, and a soft limestone fireplace and generous 15 feet of floor space separate the food-preparation area from the breakfast nook. “We thought about making a sitting area by the fireplace but decided to leave it open for entertaining,” Doumas says. To create yet another connection between rooms, the designer piled the nook banquette high with accent pillows in the same soothing blue and brown hues established in the living room. The entry point to the master suite wing is a circular dressing room with handcrafted cerused oak cabinetry flanked by relatively small sleeping quarters and a grand master bath. In the latter, white oak cabinets wear an espresso stain, and crema marfil marble in a variety of patterns defines the floor and climbs the walls. “It’s the most standard material out there,” Doumas says of the marble, “but by doing a mosaic design on the walls and a herringbone pattern on the floor, we took an ordinary material and made it special.” ● THIS PAGE, FROM TOP: Light-toned concrete counters top the kitchen’s espresso-stained oak cabinets. In the breakfast nook, built-in seating surrounds an Altura table; a pair of carved wood Egyptian-style stools adds a sculptural element to the hearth. FACING PAGE: The dining room’s bold red walls offset dark window moldings and trim. Chairs are by A. Rudin; table by Holly Hunt.

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A firepit recessed into the meandering flagstone pathway evokes lakeside campfire gatherings of long ago. FACING PAGE: Landscaping with native and adaptive drought-tolerant plants created a gentle transition from the wood-and-steel structure to its setting. Gable windows rising to the ceiling’s 22-foot ridgeline make the main floor feel like a treehouse.

STORY BY NORMAN KOLPAS

PHOTOGRAPHY BY VANCE FOX

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raditional Lake Tahoe lodges hew more toward grandeur than subtlety. Typically, they respond to the setting’s expansive blue waters and High Sierra snowcaps with soaring ceilings framed in rough-hewn timbers and supported by massive stone walls. By comparison, a recently completed 6,500-square-foot house on the lake’s north shore, in Incline Village, Nevada, may at first glance seem uncharacteristically subtle. From the street it presents a low profile, tucked behind a rainscreen wall of horizontal red-cedar planks punctuated by a glassed-in entry and mahogany door. Designed by the San Francisco office of Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, led by architect Gregory Mottola, principal-in-charge, and project manager Chris Moore, the home is anything but conventional for the area. A mountain getaway for a couple and their children, the retreat fits in seamlessly, both with the physical setting and the spirit of the place. “Our goal,” explains Mottola, “was to make the house feel sleek, open and connected to the landscape while expressing a lot of the craft for which these lakeside estates are typically known.” Only hinted at by the impeccably tailored facade, the house immediately expresses that craftsmanship from the foyer, where a striking, open steel-and-stone staircase descends to the bedrooms on the house’s shore level; beyond it, a two-story window wall frames a breathtaking south-facing view of the lake. Flanking the stairs, two basalt-stone fireplaces possess all the monumentality of their local lodge predecessors >> ABOVE, LEFT: A casual-dining nook is tucked into a lake-facing alcove beside the kitchen, with an adjacent door leading to a large wraparound deck. ABOVE, RIGHT: The house makes a low-key first impression from the street, its spaciousness only hinted at by the teasing glimpses of the lake through its entry doors. FACING PAGE: Built of natural-finished maple, a dining/prep island and cabinetry define the open kitchen.

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BELOW, LEFT: A built-in maple enclosure frames the bed in the master bedroom. BELOW, RIGHT: A slatted western red cedar rainscreen wall hides the living spaces from street-level view. FACING PAGE: Clad in blue-gray basalt stone, two massive fireplaces form the walls of the home’s open staircase, which descends from the entry to a lower level with four bedrooms and beach access.

Sustainable Lodge Living Architects Greg Mottola and Chris Moore highlight the eco-conscious details of their design: ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY SITING The architects followed the general footprint of the site’s original suburban-style house, which not only cut construction costs but also safeguarded several mature pine trees. The structure was also positioned to maximize southern exposure for winter solar gain while minimizing northern exposure in summer. SMART GLASS High-performance window systems feature low-E, double-paned insulated glass. The skylight

glass is tinted to reduce solar heat gain without blocking natural light. CROSS-VENTILATION Strategically placed operable windows cut cooling costs. “You can open them on either

side of the house and draw in breezes from the lake,” Moore says. WIDE OVERHANGS Along the home’s south-facing porch, broad eaves cut off high-angle summer sun but admit warming low-angle winter rays. “We fine-tuned that shading pretty carefully,” Mottola says. RADIANT HEATING A highly energy-efficient radiant in-floor heating system is embedded in the concrete slab, below engineered cherry wood flooring. INSULATED ROOF A double layer of framing, with insulation placed below an airspace, keeps the roof surface cold, preventing the snow that accumulates on the roof from melting, and eliminating the formation of icicles that could damage the roof or cause injury.

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“Our goal was to capture in modern form what it is we’re attracted to about the large volumes of classic Tahoe homes.” —Chris Moore

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