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This sprawling 70’s era house near Wilson was in need of a freshening-up
5 Unit Town House Complex in Alpine Wyoming for Lasher Construction. One of the first questions of any multi-unit Developer is “Do we need Fire Sprinklers? Do we need Wheel Chair Accessibility?”
As in many site development puzzles, adequate parking is often the limiting factor in deciding how many units the site will fit comfortably. This 6 Plex has been permited as one of the few multi family lots in Alpine, Wyoming and awaits a builder to make it a reality!
Tegeler Insurance Jackson Wyoming
This mountain modern house was the first of its kind in Alpine Meadows. Rachel served as Architect, Owner, and General Contractor, an invaluable educational experience! Views prioritize Ferry Peak, with glimpses toward Stewarts and Bradley. Sensible snow shedding was a priority – satisfying to kick back while the neighbors shovel their roofs!
This Mixed Use Building will replace an older structure at the Terminus of King Street where it meets Broadway. Later studies shifted away from a 2 story structure, to a denser solution which avoids electrical infrastructure in the Alley east of Town Square. Program consists of Retail, Employee Housing, and Short Term Rental
This stunning 20 acre Lincoln County property demands views in every direction. The arrival sequence circumvents the house, displaying a stepped envelope with shadowed variation. Opposing shed roofs uniquely capture valley, pond, and aspen views, while extensive cantilevered decks reiterate the interior experience. Guest quarters on the lower level provide independent living with family access.
Simple shed roofs offset the garage from the primary house. Their rusted corrugated roof folds down on both low and high ends to create unique sculptural features. Large garage doors and folding sliding doors open this house up in good weather. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath + Loft
We replaced a deteriorating green room shed attached to this Indian Paintbrush log cabin. The new gable roof sunroom was clad in rusted metal, along with an extensive hot tub platform and log railings.
This 10,000 square foot, 3 story facility just south of Jackson enabled EPSILONTECH.COM to expand their operations. As the world’s largest manufacturer of strain gauges, David Werner’s team used the upper floor for design & sales, the main floor for manufacturing, and the lower level for machine shop and storage. Epsilon’s office culture encouraged enjoyment […]
These 9,000 sq ft boxes combine 3 vehicle bays with 6 small apartments above. Special effort was made to capture maximum development potential while remaining extremely cost effective, using simple forms and a prefab steel building.