Warm, inviting, and livable, the 2,100-square-foot, two-story townhomes are sited to step down the ski slope. The homes consist of bedrooms, baths, support spaces, and circulation, which are organized along a central spine; the main floor’s great room includes an informal dining area integrated into the kitchen.
The single-family, 3,400-square-foot residences consist of an upper-entry-level great room tucked under an extended roof overhang, which integrates a formal dining space into the kitchen and living zones; a black-stained, cedar-clad accent wall separates the great room from the master suite. The master bedroom is perched above the ski slope and has floor-to-ceiling glass that wraps around three sides. The lower level of these homes offers a guest master suite, two additional bedrooms, and a media room.
Designed to achieve LEED Gold certification, building massing is deliberately simple for maximum efficiency. Both the townhomes and single-family residences are designed using a complementary palette of natural materials. Exteriors consist of clear finish and black-stained cedar siding, blackened steel panels, concrete, and glass; interiors present stone and wood flooring, black-stained cedar accent walls, and white plaster.