This 7,500 square foot home in Jackson Hole, WY, sits on 40 acres next to a trout-filled creek facing the Teton mountains. The defining vision for the renovation of this home was to reimagine a classic log cabin updated for today and honoring the heritage of the region, with locally sourced materials and showstopping art inspired by Wyoming’s innate wild beauty.
“For us, it’s about creating homes that are in harmony with nature … and are of the place.”
— Klaus Baer, as quoted in Architectural Digest magazine
The homeowner wanted to honor the heritage of the property and the romance of the region while reimagining the home’s classical design for today.
Our shared appreciation for fine arts, antiques, and history was the foundation for our collaboration.
- Interior Design: WRJ Design Associates
- Architect: Berlin Architects
- Builder: Foss Architecture