Home of the Year Highlights: Rustic Done Right
Could your mountain home be our next Home of the Year? The deadline for 2013 Home of the Year entries is fast approaching—entries must be mailed by July 15!—so start snapping photos of your mountain home, fill out that entry form, and enter today! But first, get inspired by this great design moment from one of our previous winners:
Photo by Audrey Hall
Location: Big Sky, Montana
Winning details: Rising from a massive tawny-hued foundation of local Harlow stone to a veritable forest of majestic roof timbers, this six-bedroom, three-story lodge in The Yellowstone Club—our 2009 Home of the Year—seems at first glance to have grown organically from its natural surroundings in Big Sky, Montana.
“Most of the building materials you see come from our region, including the beautiful stonework in Harlow stone; the large-diameter standing-dead lodgepole pine logs; aged boards salvaged from buildings in the area; and handsplit cedar shakes from the Northwest that weather and gray, giving a sense of place to the whole building,” says architect Larry Pearson.
See more here: mountainliving.com/article/home-year-2009-sense-rediscovery