Situated amid the expansive plains north of Jackson, Wyoming, the Logan Pavilion reflects the architectural genius of Eric Logan from CLB Architects.
From its initial build in 1997 to its latest remodel in 2020, this house blends the practicality of vernacular hay sheds with minimalist elegance. Notably, the structure maximizes natural light and ventilation while offering breathtaking views of the Teton Mountains. Furthermore, Eric Logan’s unique design decisions and the use of durable materials ensure the house not only harmonizes with the Western landscape but also evolves gracefully with time.
Immersed within a serene Aspen grove in Jackson, Wyoming, the Paintbrush Residence is a testament to CLB Architects‘ exceptional design evolution over two decades. This iconic two-story house gracefully merges the boundaries between indoors and outdoors, with its unique design features that beautifully encapsulate the spirit of its natural surroundings.
Rethinking the traditional home layout, the design uses light and space to reorient occupants to their place within nature, creating an intimate cohabitation with the environment. Recrafted over time, the home’s architectural details and durable, tactile materials reveal an organic structure that subtly changes, harmonizing with the rhythm of the Aspen forest.