Positioned on the steep sloping terrain in Park City, Utah, this modern 13,000-sq.-ft. house was made by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson Architects. The highlight of the spectacular mountain property is an incredible 25-meter glass-enclosed lap pool that cantilevers more than a stream.
“The steep sloping terrain and expansive views of the alpine landscape had been vital in defining the form of the property. 2 linear volumes intersect at the major living space connecting the guest and master wings. The pool volume continues into the forest terminating as it cantilevers over a seasonal creek. The material palette complements the all-natural setting of the house: wood siding, concrete walls, stone masses and expanses of glass generate a sturdy connection to the landscape.”
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