The Alta House, located on the west side of the Tetons, is a residential project designed for a couple with strong ties to outdoor activities. Spanning 3,980 sf, this three-bedroom home embodies a balance between interior and exterior spaces, crafted to both embrace and reflect the natural environment of the Teton Range. The architectural choices, such as the use of weathering steel and acetylated wood, are influenced by the rugged landscape, ensuring that the home is both a part of and a response to its surroundings.

In addition, the house incorporates advanced sustainable features to tackle the demanding climatic conditions of Wyoming. This includes super-insulation and energy recovery systems, which enhance the energy efficiency of the dwelling. The integration of sustainable technologies enhances both the functionality and sustainability of the residence.