A wood such as mahogany and a rough-hewn basalt wall of cherry, adds warmth to nearly every space in this luxury home. A strategically conceived floor plan beginning in the kitchen contributes to the house’s railing contrast with the feeling of unity.
Water plays a pivotal role in the landscape design of this Wyoming home. The ponds around the front of the barn are channeled into a sluiceway reminiscent of irrigation canals to be deposited into a natural-appearing body of water. The water is then recycled back to the front pond or allowed to seep back into the water table from whence it came.
Sluiceways, reminiscent of irrigation canals, surround the open porch, channeling water from the pools next to the barn to the ponds in front of the house. The Wyoming home is built in a natural clearing of aspen trees, which are also used as part of the porch design.
The landscape design of this Wyoming home utilizes water as the primary component in the form of a series of ponds that thread their way through the site and house floor plan. A body of water surrounds the spa and is confined on all sides by man-made edges. It is channeled into a sluiceway, reminiscent of irrigation canals, to flow around the house and recycled back to the front pond.
Bring indoor pillows outdoors for a sophisticated look on a sectional or sofa. For this patio, designers positioned seating to take maximum advantage of the home's canal-front location. For cool nights, there's a fire pit!
A sluiceway reminiscent of irrigation canals carries water around the Wyoming home, recycling water back to the front pond or allowing it to seep back into the water table from whence it came. The rustic meets contemporary barn combines logs with glass chinking that creates a unique reflective look.