Mature cottonwoods, a pond, and several streams form the context for this residential compound along the Snake River north of Jackson. The 7,600-square-foot main residence of log, stone, and timber draws its inspiration from early twentieth century National Parks lodge architecture, whereas the two additional buildings on the property serve as a counterpoint to traditional notions of the western log structure.

Project Team

Eric Logan

Publications

  • Western Art and Architecture, January 2013
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