Finding a Western Modern Architect

January 22nd, 2010 by KTU | Filed under 1. Planning and Design.

Wyoming Guest House

I searched far and wide for architects who both shared my aesthetic values and who did interesting, highly site specific, modern western architecture. I looked at the work of maybe 50 residential architects throughout the Rocky Mountain West. I especially liked the work of Carney Logan Burke Architects out of Jackson, WY. Even better, I really liked the houses the architects at CLB had designed and built for themselves. The two architects at Carney who have really spearheaded my project are Eric Logan and Andy Ankeny, outstanding guys, with a lot of talent. Even more unusual is that they are good with schedules and did not shy away from the highly aggressive budgetary goals for my project.


Here is some more of their work:

Laurance Rockefeller Interpretative Center at Grand Teton National Park.

Sundance Ridge Residence (Utah).


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