Positioned in a pure park in Utah, this contemporary Chalet on Powder Mountain is nestled on a slight slope with picturesque views and easy accessibility to snowboarding, making it a perfect getaway. The 2-story construction, designed by Tokyo-based Jo Nagasaka of Schemata Architects, includes a decrease ground constructed with metal frames and a extremely insulated wood construction positioned on prime of it. The wood exterior enhances the encircling pure panorama through the hotter months and evokes a heat, cozy feeling when blanketed with snow.
The chalet’s prime location welcomes company from the slopes after they’re executed snowboarding and prepared for a break. A mud room is a sensible entrance to shed ski garments and kit to allow them to dry between ski runs. The primary bed room with an ensuite lavatory, in addition to three visitor bedrooms and two bogs, are conveniently positioned on the identical ground for showers and altering garments earlier than heading upstairs to the communal house.
The higher ground is outfitted with a lot of home windows that body the views, which may be loved whereas getting heat by the fireplace.
The house’s metal and wooden construction is left uncovered inside with the wooden balancing out and including heat to the commercial parts.
Photographs by Melissa Kelsey.
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