About this project

General overview:

Moosebluff rests amidst a grove of aspens overlooking the Teton Mountains. The use of robust earthen materials (reclaimed barn wood, oak soffits, and interior ceilings and stone) blends with and complements the palette of the surrounding scenery. The organic elements are interrupted by industrial materials, such as board-formed concrete, steel beams, and bronze framed windows. The extensive use of board-formed concrete on the interior and exterior walls combined with exposed structural beams and columns contrasts with the warmth of reclaimed hewn wood beams, doors, ceiling, and wall paneling. The foundational materials used in Moosebluff, which are often concealed in conventional construction, are exposed through the interior and exterior of the home and gives the home a unique mountain modern aesthetic.

What makes it special

Moosebluff gets its name from the frequent 4-legged visitors that enjoy the abundance of food, protection from the elements, and man-made pond.

Type of building

Mountain Modern


Wilson, Wyoming
Pearson Design Group
Landscape Architect
Agrostis Inc
Audrey Hall & Aaron Kraft