Covering more than 700 acres (2.8 square metres) in a private Colorado valley, this beautiful home was developed around a central stone “ruin” using a unique pattern of stonework on the exterior walls. These are a vibrant mix of antique salvaged stonework and newly quarried limestone. Internally, this immense three-and-a-half story home includes multiple fireplaces and a striking internal glass staircase.
The water trough consists of interlocking recycled Antique Salmon and Pewter Granite stair blocks, notched together with hand carved joints, highlighting their colour variation.
Landscape design: Madderlake Designs
Interior Architect: Studio Sofield
Architect of record: JLF Architects