Kaegebein Fine Homebuilding accomplished the design of an unconventional chalet located close to Aspen, Colorado. The challenge distinguishes itself from the standard vacation mountain retreat and that is primarily because of the lack of wooden for the outside finishes. The entrance facade of this development resembles a concrete monolith, virtually completely hidden from the road aspect. A impartial shade palette camouflages the constructing in its setting, making it “fade out” visually, particularly throughout winter time.
Despite its inflexible exterior design, Capitol Creek House options cozy interiors, flooded in pure mild. Floor to ceiling home windows open up the primary dwelling area to the serene panorama past. An inviting lounge space with a hearth appears like the right spot for socializing throughout vacation occasions. All home equipment are model new, hinting the inhabitants’ want for contemporary consolation. A stairway with picket steps leads the best way to the personal areas situated on the second degree.