Ski Tip 14 – Construction Concluding!

Ski Tip 14 Exterior

A private residence in Spanish Peaks Mountain Club’s private neighborhood, Ski Tips, is wrapping up construction!

We are exciting to share a Spanish Peaks Mountain Club residence nearing completion! Ski Tip 14 is a Mountain Modern home projected to be completed in two weeks, just in time for Big Sky’s winter season! This ski in- ski out home has amazing views of the Spanish Peaks Mountain Range to the front, and ski runs to the back.

Material & Forms

From the exterior, you can immediately see modern and traditional elements mixing to create this unique Mountain Modern style. The roof lines are a mixture of traditional gables and mono-slope lines, both used to maximize views and aesthetic. Rustic materials, like the vertical wood siding, local stone, and large timbers lend towards the traditional side. We combined this look with modern elements such as clean lines, as seen in the exposed rafters, and large glazing. A large exterior fireplace is located on the back patio right next to the ski access, luring you towards the house from the slopes on a cold winter day. A perfect detail for a ski accessible Spanish Peaks home!

Front Entry of Ski Tip 14. Notice the clean lines of the gable that blend with the rustic materials.

Fit and Finishes

Consistent metal finishes and grey overtones are used throughout the house, keeping a uniform style from the outside to the inside. New wood was selected to keep the project cost efficient, but the wood was finished to make it look reclaimed but not too rustic. From the interior, you can see that the finishes are crisp and clean. The finishes, as well as trims are clean lines, creating a modern style. Tongue and groove wood ceilings are used in strategic rooms, such as the Kitchen and Great Room, to enhance the aesthetic in common areas. The Great Room combines the T&G ceiling with exposed timber trusses that flank the custom fireplace made with locally sourced natural stone.

We love the small details that are seen throughout the home that takes it to another level, evidence of a great General Contractor, Superintendent and subcontractors. Looking at the ceilings through out the come, you can see beautiful detailing in the consistent placement of the mono point lights and build in speakers. Much thought went into the location, distance of the placement and angle of the light to maximize ambiance and practicality.

We cannot wait to see the final touches completed and furniture moved in!  Check out the original renderings to compare the final look to!

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