Wyoming’s Jackson Hole has long been one of the state’s natural wonders, fostering an ecosystem that combines equal parts splendor, serenity, and peaceful beauty. Those who call the area home have become firmly rooted and deeply indebted to the landscape, made all the clearer by Carney Logan Burke Architects’ 20-year project, the Queen’s Lane Pavilion.
CLBA has spent the past two decades collaborating with Queen’s Lane Pavilion’s visionary owners to establish one of the area’s most remarkable properties — a hodgepodge of immaculate creative gumption, a breadth of immersive design principles, and focused attrition that stays true to Wyoming’s wild spirit. Five separate projects comprise the Pavilion, bringing together a modern, timber-clad lodge, wine silo, and shop alongside the home’s rustic log, stone, and metal structure. Each section of the dwelling emulates a heritage principle, brought into the modern day via light-embued socialization areas, timber and brick facades, and neo-traditional furniture. If you’re not impressed by the Pavilion’s impeccable interior, its presence on a centrally-located, 180-acre property — which includes a micro-ecosystem housing moose, deer, coyotes, elk, and various aviary species — makes it all the more appealing.