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 Location: Big Sky, MT  Size: 3400 sf     The River Bank House sits along the Gallatin River just outside Big Sky, Montana. The clients love to entertain, so the house was set up to create an open and casual atmosphere with a strong connection to the outdoors. The house is oriented toward the best view of the river while maintaining good solar orientation for taking advantage of solar heat gain in the winter and keeping out the hot summer sun. The large roof over the living room serves to shade large areas of glass in the summer, while geothermal heat pumps and high levels of insulation help keep it warm and energy efficient in the winter. In such an extreme climate the house was specifically designed to withstand both extremes of the temperature spectrum.   The house is separated into the main living area and the guest wing. The guest area is designed so that it can be shut off from the rest of the house when unoccupied and set back to a lower temperature when not in use. Additionally, the two wings of the house bend in order to capture the best views of the river and create a protected entry courtyard.     Awards and Recognition:  Luxe Interiors+Design | Pacific Northwest, Winter 2014, "Open Plan" p. 90  Best Contemporary Country Houses, Gary Takle, Think Publishing, 2011  Mountain Living Magazine, March/April 2011, "Between a River and a Road" p. 48-55 

Location: Big Sky, MT

Size: 3400 sf

 

The River Bank House sits along the Gallatin River just outside Big Sky, Montana. The clients love to entertain, so the house was set up to create an open and casual atmosphere with a strong connection to the outdoors. The house is oriented toward the best view of the river while maintaining good solar orientation for taking advantage of solar heat gain in the winter and keeping out the hot summer sun. The large roof over the living room serves to shade large areas of glass in the summer, while geothermal heat pumps and high levels of insulation help keep it warm and energy efficient in the winter. In such an extreme climate the house was specifically designed to withstand both extremes of the temperature spectrum. 

The house is separated into the main living area and the guest wing. The guest area is designed so that it can be shut off from the rest of the house when unoccupied and set back to a lower temperature when not in use. Additionally, the two wings of the house bend in order to capture the best views of the river and create a protected entry courtyard.

 

Awards and Recognition:

Luxe Interiors+Design | Pacific Northwest, Winter 2014, "Open Plan" p. 90

Best Contemporary Country Houses, Gary Takle, Think Publishing, 2011

Mountain Living Magazine, March/April 2011, "Between a River and a Road" p. 48-55 

River Bank
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 Location: Big Sky, MT  Size: 3400 sf     The River Bank House sits along the Gallatin River just outside Big Sky, Montana. The clients love to entertain, so the house was set up to create an open and casual atmosphere with a strong connection to the outdoors. The house is oriented toward the best view of the river while maintaining good solar orientation for taking advantage of solar heat gain in the winter and keeping out the hot summer sun. The large roof over the living room serves to shade large areas of glass in the summer, while geothermal heat pumps and high levels of insulation help keep it warm and energy efficient in the winter. In such an extreme climate the house was specifically designed to withstand both extremes of the temperature spectrum.   The house is separated into the main living area and the guest wing. The guest area is designed so that it can be shut off from the rest of the house when unoccupied and set back to a lower temperature when not in use. Additionally, the two wings of the house bend in order to capture the best views of the river and create a protected entry courtyard.     Awards and Recognition:  Luxe Interiors+Design | Pacific Northwest, Winter 2014, "Open Plan" p. 90  Best Contemporary Country Houses, Gary Takle, Think Publishing, 2011  Mountain Living Magazine, March/April 2011, "Between a River and a Road" p. 48-55 
River Bank

Location: Big Sky, MT

Size: 3400 sf

 

The River Bank House sits along the Gallatin River just outside Big Sky, Montana. The clients love to entertain, so the house was set up to create an open and casual atmosphere with a strong connection to the outdoors. The house is oriented toward the best view of the river while maintaining good solar orientation for taking advantage of solar heat gain in the winter and keeping out the hot summer sun. The large roof over the living room serves to shade large areas of glass in the summer, while geothermal heat pumps and high levels of insulation help keep it warm and energy efficient in the winter. In such an extreme climate the house was specifically designed to withstand both extremes of the temperature spectrum. 

The house is separated into the main living area and the guest wing. The guest area is designed so that it can be shut off from the rest of the house when unoccupied and set back to a lower temperature when not in use. Additionally, the two wings of the house bend in order to capture the best views of the river and create a protected entry courtyard.

 

Awards and Recognition:

Luxe Interiors+Design | Pacific Northwest, Winter 2014, "Open Plan" p. 90

Best Contemporary Country Houses, Gary Takle, Think Publishing, 2011

Mountain Living Magazine, March/April 2011, "Between a River and a Road" p. 48-55 

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