With a palette of glass and stone, the Crescent House is a modern retreat in the Wyoming wilderness. The home is situated on 40 acres at the foot of the Teton Range. Surrounded by a grove of aspen trees, the site opens to a smalls meadow where the structure sits on a small hilltop. Locally quarried stone make up the private wings housing the bedrooms. These units are connected by a glazed pavilion. Inside, the main living area takes advantage of the incoming light and expansive mountain views from behind the glass facade. This space extends to an outdoor terrace where occupants can enjoy the natural setting under the protection of the oversized roof.
Photos: Gibeon Photography / Carney Logan Burke Architects