Stud Horse Mountain Residence
Photography by Benjamin Benschneider.
2002 Selected for exhibition at EnvironDesign®6
The simple rectangular form
is oriented north/south to take advantage of the two
considerations, and maintenance concerns drove the material selections.
Exterior materials include stucco, corrugated galvanized metal, triple-glazed
clad wood windows and doors, and baked-enamel metal roofing. Engineered wood
products were used for the basic structure. The use of larger timbers was
highlighted by limiting their use to the building overhangs; the warm wood tones
providing a contrast with the stucco and steel finishes. The interior is
composed of bamboo flooring and simple white painted walls and ceilings.
The general contractor was AJ & Company Construction.