Blaine County, Idaho.
Construction Completed June, 2014.
This private residence is constructed of wood glue laminated beams and posts using a Smith modified vierendeel truss system. The exterior materials are architectural concrete, stucco, glass, cedar siding and corten steel flashings and fascias, all of which minimize maintenance and improve with age. The concrete and steel landscape walls to the west are intended to diminish the impact of potential snow slides and snow creep. The corten steel trellises provide sun and weather protection. The house exceeds Blaine County “Green Building” standards.
Award. Idaho Chapter, 2014. AIA Citation Award.
Montana Chapter, 2014.
Design & Construction Drawings by: Jessica J. Jellison, AIA