After 20 years of collaborating with homeowners on a log home, a stone lodge, an office, and a wine silo, architecture firm Carney Logan Burke have completed the Queen's Lane Pavilion. The modern glass dwelling celebrates the 180-acre Jackson Hole property along with the couple's multi-decade design evolution. It's located on the site of a former structure and follows the existing footprint. The L-shaped guesthouse features a flat roof with oversized eaves creating external terraces that flow out to the natural springs. While the exterior is clad in perforated sheets of steel, the interior is defined by a warm, neutral palette anchored by white oak floors and ceilings. Walls of glazing encase the bedrooms and the main living area, blurring the boundaries between the interior and the property's vast landscapes.
Photos: Matthew Millman / Carney Logan Burke Architects