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  • Exterior view of the entry to the residence.  A contemporary, modern mountain home situated near a prestigious lake and golf course.  Wood siding, stone veneer, rusted corrugated metal shed roofs, and shingle gable roofs.

    This project is located in the prestigious new Gozzer Ranch Golf and Lake Club on Northern Idaho's Lake Coeur d'Alene. Sitting on a steep forested hill side, the house orients to distant mountain and lake views. The design uses historical regional building materials and forms in a contemporary interpretation.

  • Exterior view from the deck of the dining and living spaces.  A contemporary house built on a steeply pitched lot in the mountains.  Wood siding, glu-lam beams, stone veneer, rusted corrugated metal shed roofs, and shingle gable roofs.

    Exterior view from the deck of the dining and living spaces.

  • Exterior detail view from the deck at twilight.  A modern mountain home using traditional, local materials.  Wood siding, glu-lam beams, stone veneer, rusted corrugated metal shed roofs, and shingle gable roofs.

    Another exterior detail view from the deck at twilight.

  • Interior view of the living room at twilight with expansive views onto the lake and mountains beyond.  Contemporary house situated on a steep mountain slope.  Wood siding, glu-lam beams, stone veneer, rusted corrugated metal shed roofs, and shingle gable roofs.

    Interior view of the living room at twilight with expansive views onto the lake and mountains beyond.

  • Interior shot of the dining space with deck beyond.  Modern interior design with natural wood finishes.  Wood siding, glu-lam beams, stone veneer, rusted corrugated metal shed roofs, and shingle gable roofs.

    Interior shot of the dining space with deck beyond.

  • Interior shot of the kitchen with the deck and exterior stone fireplace beyond.  Contemporary interior design with natural wood finishes.  Wood siding, glu-lam beams, stone veneer, rusted corrugated metal shed roofs, and shingle gable roofs.

    Interior shot of the kitchen with the deck and exterior stone fireplace beyond.

  • Interior shot of the living space from the loft above.  Modern interior design with natural wood finishes.  Wood siding, glu-lam beams, stone veneer, rusted corrugated metal shed roofs, and shingle gable roofs.

    Interior shot of the living space from the loft above.

  • Interior view of the dining space from the loft above.  Contemporary interior design with natural wood finishes.  Wood siding, glu-lam beams, stone veneer, rusted corrugated metal shed roofs, and shingle gable roofs.

    Interior view of the dining space from the loft above.

  • Exterior view of the deck and stone fireplace with mountains and lake beyond.  A luxurious, contemporary mountain residence on a steep slope.  Wood siding, glu-lam beams, stone veneer, rusted corrugated metal shed roofs, and shingle gable roofs.

    Another exterior view of the deck and stone fireplace with mountains and lake beyond.

  • Exterior view from the deck of the mountains and lake beyond.  A luxury, modern mountain home with natural finishes.  Wood siding, glu-lam beams, stone veneer, rusted corrugated metal shed roofs, and shingle gable roofs.

    Exterior view from the deck of the mountains and lake beyond.

  • Exterior view of the home.  A luxurious, contemporary mountain residence on a steep mountain slope.  Wood siding, glu-lam beams, stone veneer, rusted corrugated metal shed roofs, and shingle gable roofs.

    Exterior view of the home.

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This project is located in the prestigious new Gozzer Ranch Golf and Lake Club on Northern Idaho's Lake Coeur d'Alene. Sitting on a steep forested hill side, the house orients to distant mountain and lake views. The design uses historical regional building materials and forms in a contemporary interpretation.

Architectural Photography by Bruce Murrin
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