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Yellowstone House by Stuart Silk Architects

Majestic Views & Modern Design Pair Well In A Montana Home

Yellowstone House by Stuart Silk Architects redefines the idea of a mountain retreat with a modern design that overlooks scenic surroundings.

Nestled deep within Montana’s Madison Range just northwest of the national park that serves as its namesake, the Yellowstone House by Stuart Silk Architects is a two-story, modern lodge-style dwelling perched 8,100 feet above sea level. Paying homage to its scenic surroundings, the striking modern home reinvents the notion of an alpine retreat.

Clad in rust-colored core-ten steel panels and warm-toned board-formed concrete, the contemporary chalet has an industrial aesthetic — much like a Donald Judd sculpture fashioned from the side of a mountain. With 6,100 square feet of contemporary space, site-specific luxury touches, and floor-to-ceiling windows providing Big Sky views of the summit of Pioneer Mountain. The 15-foot ceiling Great Room is flanked by the kitchen and dining room to the west and the master bedroom to the east. Three guest suites, an entertainment room, and a bunk room make up the first floor. Stuart Silk Architects set the home amidst a 5,200-acre private residential community and is the first concrete-and-steel home in the Yellowstone Club.