Jackson, WY—October 2006
The Savage House, designed by Dubbe Moulder Architects of Jackson, Wyoming, was chosen for the cover photograph of Log Houses of the World. The book, written by Richard Olsen, senior editor at Architectural Digest, features fine examples of log residences designed in Europe and the United States.
Log Houses of the World is a chronological survey of log homes designed in Europe and the United States from 1890 to the present. The international tour, from Norway to Illinois, New Jersey to Austria, France to California, Poland to Idaho, explores the wide range of possibilities offered by this traditional style of architecture.
Dubbe Moulder Architects (DMA) is honored to be featured in this well written, beautifully photographed volume. The Savage Residence, located in Teton Valley, Idaho, was designed by Kurt Dubbe. The core of the house is a hand-hewn, dovetail-joined log homestead constructed in 1902 that was moved to the site from Jackson Hole. Connecting elements of reclaimed barn wood and native stone integrate with the log portion to create a home that belongs to its site and appears to have grown in stages along with the owners’ family. The home is an exceptional example of the successful collaboration of architect, contractor, and consultants in artfully integrating the old and the new.
Dubbe Moulder Architects, founded in 1994, offers clients a broad range of professional services, including residential and commercial design, historic preservation, land use planning and interiors. The architects at Dubbe Moulder integrate structure and location into beautiful and timeless architectural compositions, which connect people to place.
Jolene Moulder, Marketing Director
Dubbe Moulder Architects
POB 9277 or 1160 Alpine Way, Ste 2A
Jackson, WY 83002
Web site: http://www.dubbe-moulder.com