Residential Master Plan
This residence, located at the west end of
Aspen, is a truly unique synthesis of
architecture and landscape architecture.
Situated amongst 80-foot high mature
spruce trees with direct panoramic views
over Hallam Lake, this historic house was
rebuilt with an exceptional attention to
detail to produce a modern, minimalist
interior. The facade of the house was fully
restored to its original state. The same
remarkable attention to detail utilized in the
interior was brought into the landscape
design. Strong axial lines, integrating black
African granite pavers, were used in
conjunction with a softer Rocky Mountain
planting palette to produce a landscape
design that was both functional and
aesthetically stunning within its environment.
Technologically innovative details were
incorporated into aspects of this project with-out
conflicting with the mass of delicate tree
root systems. Other elements of the garden
included a steel frame pavilion with movable
fabric walls and a cantilevered observation
deck and an interior courtyard garden.
Elevated entrance walkway
Observation deck over Hallam Lake
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