Tucked in to the Juniper and Pinon, this home overlooks the canyons and slickrock surrounding Boulder, Utah. The design uses local, natural, and fire resistant materials to blend in to the landscape. An efficient plan layout and accordion patio doors allow this small home to maximize the indoor-outdoor relationship. Boulder, Utah | 2019Read more "Black Boulder Mesa"
A humble home amidst the juniper and lava rock… This single level home for a painter and a composer, both with roots in dance, celebrates the beauty of the surrounding landscape by sitting in quiet reverence. Low slung hip roofs harken to oriental and native structures. Native rock grounds and shelters wide and low spaces, […]Read more "Cougar Draw"
At the edge of the epic sandstone canyons and caves of Zion National Park nestles an elegant, rustic artists’ retreat. The compound has a +40 year legacy of artists, architects, and craftsmen leaving their mark. Our intervention includes creating improved bathing and sleeping quarters to reimagine the property as an intimate resort in the wilderness. […]Read more "Cave Valley Retreat"
Nestled in a sleepy town on the edge of Zion National Park, this tiny home does a lot of work. Two separate living units are joined by covered patio/viewing deck. The small enclosed spaces orient to maximize outdoor living and capture the stunning view of mesas, river, and canyon. 2017 | Virgin, UT | 1,010 […]Read more "Zion Cabin"
Ranch planning excels by understanding the core values of the client. Each rancher brings a new set of considerations and passions: horse care and circulation, sustainable agriculture, irrigation needs, efficiency, a traditional lifestyle. Each plan revolves around these personal values to bring the network of infrastructure and the natural environment in to harmony. Designer / […]Read more "Ranch Planning"
Overlooking the Virgin River, this modest home captures big views and embraces the desert grit right up to the door step. 2010 | Virgin, UT | 1,200 SF Project Manager for Stempel Form, PCRead more "Desert View Home"