Crescent House, located in the small town of Wilson in western Wyoming, sits on 40 acres at the foot of the Teton Range and is surrounded by aspen trees. American firm Carney Logan Burke Architects was tasked with creating a spacious home that took advantage of its incredibly picturesque setting to the fullest.
The site opens to a smalls meadow, which was framed by the home’s L-shape. The serene view was accentuated even further with the addition of a courtyard and a reflecting pool. Locally quarried stone make up the private wings that house the bedrooms. The main living area features a large glass facade, accentuating the home’s breathtaking views and letting in an abundance of light. An oversized roof provides protection from the elements and allows inhabitants to enjoy their surroundings on the terrace.
The ground level contains the library, a laundry room and a pilates studio, while the upper portion features an office, a reading nook, and a master bedroom with a deck.
Crescent House’s ability to provide expansive views in every room, and its strategic use of natural materials, provides a setting that balances intimacy, exposure, and luxury.