Centre Sky Architecture is teamed with Highline Partners for our Freddie Mo project, a custom mountain home located in the ski-in ski-out neighborhood of Moonlight Basin, Big Sky, Montana. Our clients, the Morris’s have been a delight to work with and coordinate details with. Principal architect, Jamie Daugaard, met with the clients on site yesterday to finalize wood flooring selections.
The wood siding and stone veneer is going up currently. The entrance steel beams were also placed this week. These create a modern themed entrance piece accompanied by rustic wood columns and large stone bases. The wood siding and timbers are manufactured by Vintage Woods, a custom wood and metal company that specializes in creating an affordable alternative to reclaimed wood with less waste.
Most of views from the home are centered around the Spanish Peaks. One can view these rugged, majestic mountains that rise up to over 10,000 ft from the great room, kitchen, and master suite. The house itself utilized rugged, rustic materials to fit in with the landscape. But we created modern forms within the house, such as large glazing and an open floor plan ensuring that the home did feel closed in. We look forward to seeing this beautiful mountain home continue to develop.
To view renderings of the Freddie Mo project CLICK HERE.
Jamie Daugaard _ Moonlight Basin Residence | Steel Beams & Siding Going Up _ Centre Sky Architecture