Measuring 6,500 sq.ft., Stirrup House is located on a quiet cul-de-sac in Ketchum, Idaho. This modern property is framed by Bald Mountain and Dollar Mountain, two of Idaho’s most famous peaks. Stirrup House was designed around the client’s collection of contemporary art, so windows throughout the home frame views of outdoor artworks and the forested landscape.
Built using a Latin cross plan, like that used for churches, this steel-and-wood-clad home is made up of two main forms. One form contains an entry foyer, open-plan kitchen, dining room and living areas. The second area that completes the “T”-shaped plan features a steel-and-glass entry vestibule and glass-box master suite which act as the yin to the yang of the main house.
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