This mountain house in Wyoming can be considered a mix of French, Italian and American influences.  Born from the owners’ taste in creating a unique environment to live. The rustic feel is given by the reclaimed materials from an old previous structure that was used for the construction of the house, while the modern touch comes from Brombal’s steel and glass. There are more than 100 windows made of Cor-Ten Steel that provide an endless number of views of the surroundings, while the thermal break ensures energy efficiency in this extreme mountain climate.

Location: Wyoming, USA          Architect: JLF Architects          Builder: Big-D Signature          Photographer: Audrey Hall
Brombal Features: CorTen Steel, TDL, Custom Hardware, Insulated Panels, Triple Pane Glass