Running parallel to the Rocky Mountains, the Aspen Ridge House offsets the rugged scenery with a contemporary design. The dwelling was originally built in 1968 and is now a masterful combination of old and new. Spreading horizontally across a ridgeline. its modern form sits behind a series of remnant stone walls. Dark gray metal siding extends from the stone to form the exterior's western facade. Internally, timber beams, wood-clad walls, and wood flooring run throughout the home, adding a rustic warmth to the interior's modern finishes while existing wood-burning fireplaces were salvaged to pay homage to the structure's former life. Throughout the living spaces, rooms are furnished with new and antique pieces as well as contemporary works of art that hang alongside expansive views of the surroundings.
Photos: Brent Moss / Rowland+Broughton