Owl Creek is a residence designed by Skylab Architecture that’s located on a hillside in Snowmass, Colorado, with expansive views of the mountain. The idea behind the design was to create a place that could inspire deeper connections between the family, with friends, and the world around them. With a challenging piece of sloped land, construction wasn’t easy but they fixed the issue by directly anchoring the structures into the ground. The result is a stand-alone, 4,200-square-foot home built for two families to share with unbelievable views all-year round.

Photo by Jeremy Bittermann

Photo by Robert Reck

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Photo by Stephen Miller

With surrounding views of Snowmass Mountain, both the interior and the exterior spaces are designed to enjoy the ever-changing rugged landscape.

Photo by Stephen Miller

Photo by Stephen Miller

Photo by Jeremy Bittermann

Photo by Jeremy Bittermann

Photo by Jeremy Bittermann

Photo by Jeremy Bittermann

The interior features a series of shared spaces that have a cozy, lodge-like feel designed to be open yet intimate. Large expanses of glass ensure that views were not compromised in any direction.

Photo by Jeremy Bittermann

Photo by Jeremy Bittermann

Photo by Robert Reck

Photo by Jeremy Bittermann

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