The Lower Foxtail Residence is a diamond in the rough – a sparkling house of glass and clean lines tucked in among predominantly rustic cabins in the Yellowstone Club. The entire South-facing wall is constructed of triple-pane Unilux windows to capture stunning views of the surroundings. This house in Big Sky, Montana was designed by Reid Smith Architects out of Bozeman, with the interiors done by LC2 Design Services out of Las Vegas, NV, and sets the bar for energy efficient modern homes in the Rockies.
The residence hovers in the pines, stretching laterally to take full advantage of the bold mountain views. Walls of glass merge the interior with the outdoors.
Photography is by Roger Wade Photography
Lower Foxtail Residence by Reid Smith Architects