Lodges at Snowcreek Resort

A unique alternative to the typical, internal-unit townhouse layout, was to organize end units to mimic single-family homes. Duplex buildings were located along the edge of the golf course to minimize architectural massing along the course, while fourplex buildings were pushed away from the golf course to take advantage of mountain views. Multiple decks and porches break down the scale of the buildings and enhance the outdoor living experience. A variety of similar materials and colors equally distinguishes individual buildings, yet unifies the project to provide a sense of community for residents. Extensive care in detailing includes historically appropriate features such as galvanized metal roofing, board-and-batten siding, and metal lighting fixtures. This unique mountain ranch architecture replaces typical log and rock buildings and showcases high-end detailing and craftsmanship not normally found in moderately priced multi-family housing.