This developer’s property lies on the ski hill in Aspen and features a ski-in/ski-out location. Taking advantage of an obviously sloped site, the residence has both a walk-out level to the lower hill and partial basement below the walkout. In order to preserve escape routes at the basement level, concrete window wells were created and covered in stone to preserve exterior aesthetics while meeting fire codes. This is a four-story wood-framed building with steel framing to preserve open floorplan and multiple floor height changes at each level. The home has a 24-foot retaining wall inside residence to support the upper driveway and parking .
Architect: Robert G. Sinclair Architecture
Eclipse Team: Gretchen Iman
Keys to Success
The residence contains extensive stonework both inside and out, including wraparound stone deck/patio and multiple patios and balconies throughout
Other features include antique timber wrapped around steel trusses and knee braces as well as true timber trusses, beams and purlins
The circulation between floors has both an elevator and a 23-foot vaulted space with custom window along timber tread staircase