Spotted on On Site Management, an architecture company founded by renowned architect Jonathan Foote, this custom-built residence is intriguing to say the least. According to the project developers, “a rugged ski chalet, adorned with bear skin rugs and antler chandeliers, was not what Rustic Redux’s owners envisioned when they built their family’s Big Sky ski-in ski-out property. Instead, their authentic 6,000 square-foot structure graces the western mountain landscape with sophistication and contemporary style“. An impressive amount of stone was employed for the finishing touches, with powerful visual effects.

Exposed wooden beams coupled with stone walls are the defining elements for this home’s rustic personality. They are also the backdrop for modern additions, such as the polished steel and glass staircase and a smooth oak family dining room table. The color palette is neutral, each interior allowing its guests to relax while enjoying white views beyond the windows.