Sited adjacent to the Elk Mountain Range, The Lookout displays rugged views alongside a collection of contemporary art. The dwelling's south end is clad almost entirely in windows, drawing attention to the surrounding scenery and welcoming in generous amounts of natural light. While the northern facade is mostly opaque to conceal private quarters, a glazed entry volume balances the incoming light. The bright atmosphere creates an ideal space for viewing art, allowing the interior's blank white walls to act as a gallery for sculptures, painting, and photographs. Directly across from the entry is a glass pocket door. Leading to the impeccable backyard, the door affords immediate views of the custom copper pool and mountain peaks in the distance.
Photos: Brent Moss & Steve Mundinger / Rowland + Broughton