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Jackson Tech House by Cushing Terrell

Jackson Tech House is a project designed by Cushing Terrell. Perched high on a double sloping site in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, this residence affords spectacular views of the Teton Range. Completed as a collaboration between Cushing Terrell and Hoyt Architects, this contemporary house boasts a range of fun and whimsical details that make it the ultimate family retreat. Moss rock, rustic corral board siding and zinc panels blend the contemporary structure into the setting with an array of textures and patterns that complement the natural surroundings. Green roofs and solar panels are some of the many eco-friendly features integrated into the design. Photography by Gibeon Photography.

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Whitefish Poolhouse & Gallery by Cushing Terrell

The Whitefish Poolhouse designed by Cushing Terrell is perched on a steep slope high above Whitefish Lake. Contemporary in aesthetic, the program includes a 75-foot-long, single-lane lap pool, a Japanese soaking tub, a changing/shower area, an exercise room and an art gallery. Photography by Audrey Hall

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Railway Residence by Cushing Terrell

Railway Residence is a project designed by Cushing Terrell. Nestled on 4.5 acres in the eastern outskirts of Whitefish, Montana, the Railway residence is located at the nexus of three defining features: the Whitefish Range to the north; Great Northern Mountain, bookended by the Swan Range and Saddleback Mountain to the east; and connecting the two, the Great Northern Railroad. Photography by Gibeon Photography.

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Confluence House by Cushing Terrell

Situated on ten acres at the meeting of two rivers near Whitefish, Montana, Confluence House designed by Cushing Terrell is a fly fisherman’s dream. Conceived as a getaway for family and friends, the home’s design is derived and influenced by the geophysics of the surrounding landscape; becoming a seamless addition to the natural environment, rather than an interruption. Views from the toe of the bluff toward the riv-er basin are lush and dynamic, while the distant mountains form a dramatic Montana backdrop. Photography by Karl Neumann.

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