- Location: Teton County, Wyoming
- Square Feet: 3,100
- Year Complete: 2012
- Design Team: Chris Moulder AIA, Bryan Gleason, Ben Weisbeck, Andrew Dillon
Improving daylight, creating a larger Master Bedroom and Great Room were the driving factors behind this 1260 square foot addition remodel to the town home built in the early 1980’s. Extending the house to the east provided a vaulted Great Room with a river rock fire place, flanked by large windows letting in daylight. A larger kitchen utilizing a new island was incorporated into the plan, and a new master bedroom was designed on the second floor. The interior is accented with wood elements from structural log columns, wood floors and ceilings. The house now allows the owners and their guest to comfortably enjoy themselves in Jackson Hole.