House of Fir / kt814 architecture

first_img Lead Architects: Landscape Architecture: Interior Designer: United States Houses ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/904637/house-of-fir-kt814-architecture Clipboard House of Fir / kt814 architecture Alex Everett Building City:JacksonCountry:United StatesMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© David AgnelloRecommended ProductsPorcelain StonewareApavisaFloor Tiles – RegenerationWindowsVitrocsaMinimalist Window – SlidingWoodEGGERLaminatesWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensText description provided by the architects. To Jackson Hole, Wyoming locals, the timeless beauty of the Grand Tetons is a revered landmark. Rich Assenberg and Nathan Gray, of kt814 architects, took this into account when designing this passive house inspired home. Sustainability, low maintenance costs, privacy and unobstructed views were priorities. The homeowners, Phil and Carol Schoner are retired, and now spend ample time volunteering for the National Park Service. Carol was a chemist for Proctor & Gamble for 20 years and Phil worked as a chemical engineer. After living in a mobile home for 10 years, they sought to build a home in close proximity to their grandchildren, and to allow for easy aging-in-place by incorporating universal design.Save this picture!© David AgnelloA series of three Douglas fir and cedar-clad, connected pavilions compose the architecture on the two and a half-acre parcel. The first, a large main house with kitchen/dining and open living room. Second, a pavilion that is broken with an office space that showcases a guest studio with a bedroom and bath. The final structure shifts direction to the west–to block traffic from the main road–creating a private pocket of space for the master wing of the home with views of The Sleeping Indian mountain range, complete with a garage and mudroom attached.Save this picture!© David AgnelloOne of the challenges in the design was to position the home so it blocked the surrounding houses in the area to provide privacy, and in return, offer sweeping, unobstructed views. The glass entry way deliberately draws attention to the magnificent Teton Range beyond. The winged exterior walls block the houses to the north, while as you travel through the hallway, the main circulation of the home, it purposefully hides all the homes to the east and west.Save this picture!© David AgnelloAdhering to passive house design, kt814 incorporated strategies such as an airtight double wall system with super insulation, hydronic radiant-floor heating, and high-performing FSC-certified Thermo Clad Pine triple-glazed windows from Zola Windows. The strategically positioned southern facing windows with the four foot overhang receive winter gains, yet keep the buildings’ thermal mass in the shade in the summertime. The couple lost power this past winter and the house stayed comfortable for four consecutive days in the brutal Wyoming cold when temperatures reached well below zero.Save this picture!A5.1_Wall SectionThe rich dark-brown vertical Douglas fir exterior siding, from Montana Timber Products, melds into the native woody sage-brush tones and harmonizes with a lighter Cedar in intermittent horizontal bands around the house. The sloping winged walls have mitered corners and nails laid out in perfect dimensions.Save this picture!© David AgnelloThe clean and modern interior finishes–by local designer, Jacque Jenkins-Stireman–echo the home’s exterior architecture making it seem even more spacious. The kitchen cabinet doors, dining table, master bedroom furniture, custom built-in office desk and entryway bench are fabricated from a mixture of walnut, mimicking the same hue as the façade’s Douglas fir. The homeowners’ son-in-law, Alex Everett handcrafted many of the custom pieces.Save this picture!© David AgnelloProject gallerySee allShow lessRoyal Alberta Museum / DIALOGSelected ProjectsCOOKFOX Studio / COOKFOX ArchitectsSelected Projects Share CopyHouses•Jackson, United States Architects: kt814 architecture Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officekt814 architectureOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesJacksonUnited StatesPublished on November 01, 2018Cite: “House of Fir / kt814 architecture” 01 Nov 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. 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Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream 2016 ArchDaily Photographs:  David Agnello Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project center_img House of Fir / kt814 architectureSave this projectSaveHouse of Fir / kt814 architecture Manufacturers: Mitsubishi Electric, Montana Bausysteme AG, Montigo, Sonneman, Thermador, Zola Windows, Montana Timber Jacque Jenkins-Stireman Design ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/904637/house-of-fir-kt814-architecture Clipboard Agrostis Builder: “COPY” Save this picture!© David Agnello+ 28Curated by Fernanda Castro Share “COPY” Projects Rich Assenberg & Nathan Gray – kt814 Photographs Year: last_img read more