Big Flat Residence

Situated off of Big Flat road this residence overlooks the Clark Fork River and the Rattlesnake Wilderness beyond.  The design focus was to provide an abundance of windows to take advantage of the vistas while flooding the house with daylight.  This was reinforced in the great room by a twenty foot tall bay window.  Another goal was to create a modern home with a mountain flare through the use of form and materiality.  The natural stone base creates a rustic transition from the natural form of the land to the modern cladding above consisting of stucco, glass and weathering steel.

Situated off of Big Flat road this residence overlooks the Clark Fork River and the Rattlesnake Wilderness beyond.  The design focus was to provide an abundance of windows to take advantage of the vistas while flooding the house with daylight.  This was reinforced in the great room by a twenty foot tall bay window.  Another goal was to create a modern home with a mountain flare through the use of form and materiality.  The natural stone base creates a rustic transition from the natural form of the land to the modern cladding above consisting of stucco, glass and weathering steel.

Situated off of Big Flat road this residence overlooks the Clark Fork River and the Rattlesnake Wilderness beyond.  The design focus was to provide an abundance of windows to take advantage of the vistas while flooding the house with daylight.  This was reinforced in the great room by a twenty foot tall bay window.  Another goal was to create a modern home with a mountain flare through the use of form and materiality.  The natural stone base creates a rustic transition from the natural form of the land to the modern cladding above consisting of stucco, glass and weathering steel.

Situated off of Big Flat road this residence overlooks the Clark Fork River and the Rattlesnake Wilderness beyond.  The design focus was to provide an abundance of windows to take advantage of the vistas while flooding the house with daylight.  This was reinforced in the great room by a twenty foot tall bay window.  Another goal was to create a modern home with a mountain flare through the use of form and materiality.  The natural stone base creates a rustic transition from the natural form of the land to the modern cladding above consisting of stucco, glass and weathering steel.

Situated off of Big Flat road this residence overlooks the Clark Fork River and the Rattlesnake Wilderness beyond.  The design focus was to provide an abundance of windows to take advantage of the vistas while flooding the house with daylight.  This was reinforced in the great room by a twenty foot tall bay window.  Another goal was to create a modern home with a mountain flare through the use of form and materiality.  The natural stone base creates a rustic transition from the natural form of the land to the modern cladding above consisting of stucco, glass and weathering steel.

Situated off of Big Flat road this residence overlooks the Clark Fork River and the Rattlesnake Wilderness beyond.  The design focus was to provide an abundance of windows to take advantage of the vistas while flooding the house with daylight.  This was reinforced in the great room by a twenty foot tall bay window.  Another goal was to create a modern home with a mountain flare through the use of form and materiality.  The natural stone base creates a rustic transition from the natural form of the land to the modern cladding above consisting of stucco, glass and weathering steel.

Situated off of Big Flat road this residence overlooks the Clark Fork River and the Rattlesnake Wilderness beyond.  The design focus was to provide an abundance of windows to take advantage of the vistas while flooding the house with daylight.  This was reinforced in the great room by a twenty foot tall bay window.  Another goal was to create a modern home with a mountain flare through the use of form and materiality.  The natural stone base creates a rustic transition from the natural form of the land to the modern cladding above consisting of stucco, glass and weathering steel.

Situated off of Big Flat road this residence overlooks the Clark Fork River and the Rattlesnake Wilderness beyond.  The design focus was to provide an abundance of windows to take advantage of the vistas while flooding the house with daylight.  This was reinforced in the great room by a twenty foot tall bay window.  Another goal was to create a modern home with a mountain flare through the use of form and materiality.  The natural stone base creates a rustic transition from the natural form of the land to the modern cladding above consisting of stucco, glass and weathering steel.

AT A GLANCE
Location: Missoula, MT
Project Size: 9,370 sf
Construction Completed: 2017