shou sugi ban heights

a young family wanted a beautiful vacation home at 10,000' elevation in colorado. the result is a contemporary home that features shou sugi ban (the ancient Japanese way of preserving wood by charring it) and composite siding to create an elegant mountain home.

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front

the front is unconventional, with a long porch that runs along the side of the garage. guests enter a mudroom|storage area instead of a foyer to accommodate the need to drop equipment and dry off|clean up before entering the central part of the home.

4900

2021

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rear

the surrounding area is wooded so the rear deck increases the length of usable outdoor space for this home. it features three distinct areas and functions; the hot tub, the main lounge|outdoor living area, and the outdoor dining area accessible from the kitchen.

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first floor plan

this unique design leads one through the mudroom to an expansive kitchen that opens onto the dining and living areas. there are two bedrooms with a jack-and-jill bathroom and a master suite with an open-concept bathroom featuring a Japanese-style tub and a large zero-entry shower.

second floor plan

the second level features a loft overlooking the dining and living area. the apartment over the garage is a self-contained unit intended as a rental property.

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