Designed by the renowned Jacobsen Architecture and comprised of ten-interlocking pavilions, the Gray Head House looks like a quaint Swiss village rather than a Rocky Mountain estate. The 6,500-square-foot vacation home is situated on a picturesque 35-acres just outside of the Colorado ski town Telluride. Organized around a circle drive, the network of limestone volumes make a crescent shape offering a distinct vantage point from each one. Living spaces are sorted by function and spread throughout the interior where contemporary furnishings offset the rustic setting. Vaulted ceilings make way for expansive glass walls to take the dramatic views of the surrounding meadows and mountain peaks.
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