Linear House

Aspen, Colorado / Residential


Architectural Digest

Colorado Homes & Lifestyles

Awards + Recognition

2013 AIA Western Mountain Region Citation Award

2012 AIA Colorado West Honor Award

The 22-acre site is completely hidden from the public, is at an elevation of 9500 feet and has spectacular views to the Elk Mountain Range. The horizontal L-shaped plan appears to float and rests upon a partially buried stone plinth. The upper level plan contains the public areas of the project and houses the mediation room, library and master suite. This solution offers views from all rooms and a rooftop terrace accessed from the inner courtyard has a viewing platform and sitting area. An exterior stair divides the lower level and accesses the rear courtyard underneath the upper plan. Materials consist of Japanese Plaster, teak siding, teak glazing system, zinc and chiseled stone.


501 Rio Grande Place

Suite 104

Aspen, CO 81611

+1 970 920 9428



2014 Pearl St.

Boulder, CO 80302

+1 720 277 0098