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  • Exterior view of the living area at twilight.  A contemporary, modern mix of traditional barn and rustic log and timber frame mountain architecture.  Recycled wood siding, logs, timbers, and rusted corrugated shed roofs.  Chosen by the AIA for an Award of Merit in Architecture.

    This dramatic project is located on a river front lot within the city limits of Ketchum. The concept of this home melds traditional barn and rustic log construction in a contemporary interpretation. The design breaks the scale of this large home down into identifiable components in a similar way the scale of farm compounds mix scales and construction types. This project was chosen in 2004 by the Idaho Chapter of the American Institute of Architects for an "Award of Merit in Architecture." A feature on the Hideaway Residence appeared on HGTV’s special presentation Amazing Log Homes which first aired April 29, 2007.

  • Exterior view of the entry at twilight.  Designed as a contemporary, modern mix of traditional barn and rustic log and timber frame mountain architecture.  Recycled wood siding, logs, timbers, and rusted corrugated shed roofs.

    Exterior view of the entry at twilight.

  • Interior shot of the entry and stair.  The interior design is contemporary while utilizing traditional log and timber elements.  Recycled wood siding, logs, timbers, and stone materials.

    Interior shot of the entry and stair.

  • Interior shot of the dining and living space.  Traditional log and timber elements are combined in a modern aesthetic.  Recycled wood siding, logs, timbers, and stone materials.

    Interior shot of the dining and living space.

  • Detail view of the entry.  The interior design is mountain contemporary and modern wtih a traditional log and timber influence.  Recycled wood siding, logs, timbers, and stone materials.

    Detail view of the entry.

  • Interior shot of the living space.  The interior design is mountain contemporary and modern wtih a traditional log and timber influence.  Recycled wood siding, logs, timbers, and stone materials.

    Interior shot of the living space.

  • View onto the fireplace from a vantage point on the upper level.  The interior design is a contemporary mix of traditional and rustic elements.  Recycled wood siding, logs, timbers, and stone materials.

    View onto the fireplace from a vantage point on the upper level.

  • Interior shot of the kitchen.  Modern, Contemporary interior design with traditional timber elements.  Recycled wood siding, logs, timbers, and stone materials.

    Interior shot of the kitchen.

  • Exterior view of the entry during daylight.  A contemporary interpretation of traditional barn, log, and timber mountain homes.  Recycled wood siding, logs, timbers, and rusted corrugated shed roofs.

    Exterior view of the entry during daylight.

  • Exterior view of the entry and living area durning daylight.  Contemporary and modern while also using traditional barn and rustic log and timber frame in its design.  Recycled wood siding, logs, timbers, and rusted corrugated shed roofs.

    Exterior view of the entry and living area durning daylight.

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  • Cross section through the living and library spaces.

    Cross section through the living and library spaces.

  • Cross section through the living, dining, and entry spaces.

    Cross section through the living, dining, and entry spaces.

  • Cross section through the garage and studio spaces.

    Cross section through the garage and studio spaces.

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This dramatic project is located on a river front lot within the city limits of Ketchum. The concept of this home melds traditional barn and rustic log construction in a contemporary interpretation. The design breaks the scale of this large home down into identifiable components in a similar way the scale of farm compounds mix scales and construction types. This project was chosen in 2004 by the Idaho Chapter of the American Institute of Architects for an "Award of Merit in Architecture."

Architectural Photography by Roger Wade and Fred Lindholm
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