The time has come for our sketch review with the Spanish Peaks Architectural Review Committe for our current project Rockin’ E Ranch. For those of you who do not know, Spanish Peaks is a private development with a golf course and ski lifts that connect to Big Sky Ski Resort. It is open to the public for driving through unlike it’s neighbor the Yellowstone Club, and has open to the public restaurants within the club as well as at the top of the Ram Charger lift at Big Sky Resort.
In order for a home to be built in the Spanish Peaks development, it needs to be approved through the Architectural Review Committee. There are many design guide lines that are enforced and cannot be challenged but if you have good reason and are convincing, some challenges are able to be revised such as roof pitches, window sizes, ridge lengths etc. For example, we are trying to hold on to metal siding which is usually not accepted, somewhat of a risk but we truly like it with this aesthetic and hope it is able to stay! If not, revisions are to take place which take more time and money for a project time line stand point, and push back the start of construction which is never good!
Below is a sneak peak at some of the elevations that are being presented and as well as 3D digital shots to show how it fits within the site.
To read more about this project [CLICK HERE].
Wish us luck!
Big Sky Architect _ Jamie Daugaard _ Centre Sky Architecture