Missoula, Montana
This year-round home for a family of four is situated on a grassy hillside just five minutes from downtown Missoula. The home is composed of three distinct gable roofed volumes connected by a glass entry hall. Each volume holds a distinct function and is positioned to capture and frame incredible views of the surrounding mountains and valleys.
Though quite visible from the neighborhood below and the popular hiking trails on the hillsides above, the clients wanted the home to have an understated presence on the land. This was achieved by dividing the home into a compound of simple, agriculture inspired volumes and partially burying it into the hillside. By camouflaging the home while opening up to the massive views the design achieves a comfortable balance of prospect and refuge.

Awards: 2022 AIA Montana Citation Award

Photo credit: Gibeon Photography

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