Meadowlands Cabin

In designing this 4,890 square foot rustic mountain residence, the challenge was to create a modern home that felt as if it had risen from the very landscape. Square log siding, regionally sourced stone, and reclaimed wooden elements were used to compliment the design of the estate’s main home, and guest residence. Careful attention was given to the topography of the surrounding landscape, establishing a symbiotic harmony between relaxing living space, and the outdoors. A spacious sitting area, stretching eloquently over one of the property’s multiple waterways, offers a welcome respite from the day’s activities.


Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Year Built



Aaron Kraft

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