Summit Serenity: 6 Modern Mountain Homes Redefining Luxury Living

A modern mountain home sounds like something in a James Bond movie.

An ultra cool and modern home hidden in the woods nestled among mountain slopes and glass-like lakes. Combining cutting-edge design and awe-inspiring landscapes, these residences elevate the concept of mountain living to new heights.

Join us on a virtual tour as we explore six extraordinary architectural projects that seamlessly blend luxury with the rugged beauty of the mountains.

Wood + Mountain Cabin

Thailand

Firm: Sher Maker

Housed in Thailand, this cabin was built with fire charred planks in order to preserve the materials.

Boonma

Thailand

Firm: Sher Maker

A full renovation of a cafe entails a newly restored building hidden in the forest with mirror siding and sky high curtains that disguise the building.

Matagouri

New Zealand

Firm: Fearon Hay Architects

A home sitting between the foot of the Remarkables mountain range and the edge of Lake Wakatipu in the South Island of New Zealand.

Mountain Retreat

New Zealand

Mountain Retreat is a small structure set within a high country station, adjacent Lake Wakatipu, Central Otago. The colors and textures of the cladding integrate the building into the gravel tracks, exposed rock faces and scree slopes of the alpine environment.

Cabin

Washington

Firm: CAST Architecture

Situated at the foot of Flag Mountain, this retreat is a perfect base camp for biking, climbing, and cross country skiing (on one the largest trail networks in the nation).

The cabin is designed for extreme temperature swings, fire danger, and 3-4 feet of snow, with multiple outdoor spaces, durable zinc siding and corner glazed doors facing the meadow below.

Mountain Cabin

Washington

Firm: CAST Architecture

Situated on two acres, this home near Mazama in the Methow Valley, was sited to take maximum advantage of a south-facing orientation. Its horseshoe shape creates a courtyard between the wings of the home. The home’s design highlights the indoor / outdoor relationship that characterizes Methow Valley life.

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