Edgewood House by Menendez Architects

Redesigned in 2016 by Menendez Architects and Patricia Martinez Arquitetura, Edgewood House is a ski-in-ski-out home situated in Snowmass Village, Colorado.

A modern, open-concept living space with wood beams, a fireplace, and eclectic furnishings.
Cozy living room with wooden walls, geometric light fixture, and modern artwork.
Sleek, modern mountain cabin with expansive windows, wood-paneled walls, and minimalist furnishings.
Cozy living space with wooden beams, large windows, and plush seating arrangements.
Minimalist dining room with wood paneling, glass pendant lights, and a large wooden table.
Striking wood-paneled interior with modern furnishings and architectural details.
Warm, wooden paneled walls and built-in shelving create a cozy, inviting atmosphere.
A cozy living space with wooden walls, large windows, a fireplace, and mid-century modern furniture.
A cozy, modern bedroom with warm wood paneling, large windows, and minimalist decor.
This modern bathroom features a double sink vanity, large mirror, and wood-paneled ceiling.
Spacious bathroom with large window, freestanding tub, and glass-enclosed shower.
Warm-toned wooden walls, modern vanity, and framed artwork create a cozy bathroom space.

About Edgewood House

Welcome to Edgewood House, where the rugged charm of Snowmass Village, Colorado, meets the sleek lines of modern design. In 2016, Menendez Architects, in collaboration with designer Patricia Martinez Arquitetura, transformed this ski-in-ski-out home into a seamless blend of Mountain Contemporary and South American styles.

A Modern Retreat Amidst the Rockies

Set against the backdrop of the towering peaks, Edgewood House stands as a proud example of modern architecture. Its facade combines wood and stone, creating a visual dialogue with its forested surroundings. The expansive windows open up to the Colorado sky, inviting in light that plays off the natural materials.

Warmth Meets Simplicity Inside

Inside, the living room is a spacious haven, its large fireplace a focal point for family gatherings. The natural wood ceilings and floors flow throughout, while carefully chosen furniture pieces add a touch of South American flair. In the dining room, a striking glass chandelier hangs above the table, a modern counterpoint to the organic forms that define the space.

Transitioning to private quarters, the bedrooms are havens of peace. The master suite pairs a plush bed with large windows, offering views of the snow-capped mountains. Each guest room, whether it features bunk beds for a youthful spirit or a simple, graceful setup, provides a restful place after a day on the slopes.

Edgewood House’s bathrooms blend functionality with style. In the master bath, a freestanding tub and glass shower reflect the clean lines seen throughout the home. A guest bathroom reveals clever use of space, with wood-panelled walls and modern fixtures emphasizing the home’s contemporary mountain aesthetic.

This home represents a harmonious balance between a love for the great outdoors and a desire for modern comfort. It’s a place where every detail works in concert to create an inviting, stylish space that remains true to its mountain roots. Edgewood House is not just a marvel of design; it’s a welcoming home ready for memories to be made.

Photography by Fran Parente

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- by Matt Watts