A Wyoming Escape Merging European Design + Asian-Impressed Minimalism

A California-based couple can flee to their Stone Ridge residence in the Tetons, Wyoming, at any time if they want a change of scene. CLB Architects designed the house with a minimalist contemporary shape in contrast to the rustic style common in the west. In total, the home spans 5,735 square feet and has a minimalist aesthetic inspired by Europe and Asia that welcomes you and your family and friends.

The choice of materials is kept simple by cladding the outside with silvertip limestone, red cedar, anodized aluminum cladding and steel accents and then adding a cedar shingle roof. White oak, light stone, white walls and steel details keep the interior clean and contemporary. There is also a color palette in neutral and gray colors as well as blue and gold accents.

The entrance is flanked by glass walls that bring natural light into the double-height space. In the middle, a trio of stools refers to the pebbles and boulders arranged in the courtyard.

A minimal steel staircase leads to the common areas on the second floor – a living room, a dining room and a Poliform kitchen.

The pavilion on the second floor has vaulted ceilings clad with wooden planks. The floor-to-ceiling glass windows offer a view of the surrounding trees and the ski area to the west.

The blue and gold color palette is inspired by the homeowner’s Andy Warhol art collection.

Photos by Aaron Kraft.

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