Tim Sullivan of HomeLab and Elissa Scrafano of Scrafano Architects just completed this stunning vacation home in Colorado. It’s an off-the-grid back country modernist cabin with three connecting structures inspired by mining rustic chic architecture.

It was built at 12,000 feet elevation so everything had to brought up by a Sno-Cat or helicopter. The residence is nestled at the tree line and opens to 360 views of the Telluride mountains. The materials used include reclaimed wood, corrugated metal panels, standing seam metal roofing, and local stone––and it’s solar powered!(Published with Bowerbird).

Photography : Ben Peterson

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Anastasia is the lead author of House-diaries.com. She has studied English Literature and Psychology in the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens as well as Interior Design & Architecture in AKTO College. She works in the field of Higher Education and has a special passion for cozy interiors.

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