Teton House by Olson Kundig Architects

A home with varying degrees of transparency that can open and close in response to Jackson Hole Mountain’s changing disposition

Project Specs

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Teton House is a mountain home that embraces the dramatically varied climate in Jackson Hole, which experiences all four seasons and extreme temperature fluctuations. The clients wanted a direct engagement with the mountain landscape and adventurous lifestyle of Jackson, but also the ability to shutter the home when away or during challenging bouts of weather such as extreme snowstorms. The result is a home with varying degrees of transparency that can open and close in response to Jackson Hole Mountain’s changing disposition.

▼建筑外观,exterior view ©Matthew Millman

▼环境概览,overall view ©Matthew Millman

▼入口立面,entrance facade ©Matthew Millman


Large window walls on the main level allow for expansive mountain and valley views; a ski-in/ski-out element connects the home directly to several Jackson Hole ski mountains. When a more introverted and protective attitude is needed, an exterior wood shutter system allows the owners to close up the home via a hand-cranked pulley system. A detached guest hut to the west, which contains a bathroom, kitchenette and combined living/bedroom space, allows couples to stay at the property without needing to open up the main home.

▼住宅远景,a distant view to the house ©Matthew Millman

▼可调节的木制挡板系统,the exterior wood shutter system ©Matthew Millman

▼手摇轮滑系统,the hand-cranked pulley system ©Matthew Millman

▼门廊和庭院,view to the courtyard from the door way ©Matthew Millman

▼门厅,entrance hall ©Matthew Millman

▼客厅,living room ©Matthew Millman

▼卧室,bedroom ©Matthew Millman

▼走廊,corridor ©Matthew Millman


Warm wood interiors of rift cut oak, fir, and walnut create nuanced interior moments – the yin to the yang of the dramatic landscape outside. The primary living spaces are on the main level, with a combined living, dining and kitchen area opening to an interior courtyard adjacent to the ski-in/ski-out area and ski storage room. A single guest room is on the main level, with the master suite and three additional bedrooms upstairs. The lower level contains a media room, wine storage, and bike shop. The home features several custom furniture elements including tables and bed frames in the living room, media room and bedrooms.

▼温暖的木质内饰与户外景观形成互补关系,warm wood interiors contrast with the dramatic landscape outside ©Matthew Millman

▼客厅、餐厅和厨房一体化空间,the combined living, dining and kitchen area

▼餐厅细节,dining area ©Matthew Millman

▼书房,study room ©Matthew Millman

▼雪具储存室,ski storage room ©Matthew Millman

▼楼梯间,stair well ©Matthew Millman

▼媒体室,media room ©Matthew Millman

▼酒窖,wine storage ©Matthew Millman

▼走廊细部,corridor detailed view ©Matthew Millman

▼建筑外观细部,exterior detailed view ©Matthew Millman

▼雪后的住宅,winter view ©Matthew Millman

Completed: 2018
Project Size: 9,350 SF (8,050 SF interior conditioned space)
Project Team: Tom Kundig, FAIA, RIBA, Design Principal; Steve Grim, AIA, LEED® AP BD+C, Project Manager; Ryan Patterson, Architectural Staff; Christine Burkland, Interior Design; Nikole Hester, Interior Design Staff; Phil Turner, Gizmo Design
Key Consultants: Tim Reiser, General Contractor; Jorgensen, Civil Engineer; WSP, Mechanical Engineer; KL&A, Structural Engineer; Agrostis, Landscape Architect; KB Architectural Services with Phil Turner, Gizmo Design; Turner Exhibits, Gizmo Fabrication

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