Situated at the highest point in the Old Snowmass valley giving 360 views to the surrounding peaks, this home has a beautiful collection of steel, stone and reclaimed wood. The house is divided into a public zone, master wing and a guest/bunk wing. An incredible landscape, exterior façade, and stunning water features are accentuated with a combination of landscape and underwater fixtures. The interior lighting focus was to highlight diverse Asian-inspired furnishings and an eclectic art collection while staying true to keeping a clean contemporary mountain feel throughout the house. The clean look was accomplished with low visual impact lighting sources such as fully adjustable trimless recessed square downlights, as well as recessed projectors and concealed linear architectural details throughout the house. The home’s interior and exterior blend together and result in a remote and comfortable, yet contemporary, mountain home.
As evening sets in behind the home, steplights wash across the custom Bocce court while a custom linear steplight detail leads you to the upper porch from the pool and Jacuzzi. A warm incandescent glow emanates from the interior of the main living spaces as the house transforms at dusk. Low level uplighting from accent fixtures can be seen highlighting aspens and pines in the background.
PHOTOGRAPHY – Nick Tininenko