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June 4, 2023
Paintbrush Residence, near Jackson
Design: CLB Architects
Paintbrush Residence in Jackson, Wyoming, USA
photo : Matthew Millman
Paintbrush Residence in Jackson
Evolving as deliberately as the forest which surrounds it, the Paintbrush Residence stands as testament to the longevity of thoughtful design. Situated in a dappled Aspen grove outside Jackson, Wyoming, the treehouse-like project reorients the occupant to their place in nature, bringing them into a closer, more intimate cohabitation.

Jun 8, 2022
Dogtrot House, Jackson
Design: CLB Architects
Dogtrot House Jackson Wyoming
photos : Audrey Hall (summer views) and Matthew Millman (winter views)
Dogtrot House Jackson
Dogtrot is sited at the center of a quiet 18-acre meadow with panoramic views of the surrounding ranchlands, foot-hills, and mountains, notably Mount Glory, the distinctive southernmost peak of the Teton Range.

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Wyoming Buildings, USA. We aim to include projects that are either of top quality or interesting, or ideally both.

We cover completed Wyoming buildings, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across the state. The focus is on contemporary buildings but information on traditional buildings is also welcome.

Wyoming Buildings 2006 – 2021

October 26, 2021
Plume, Jackson
Installation Design: CLB Architects

Plume Jackson Installation Wyoming USA
photography : Kraft Photos

Plume references a geyser in sculptural form, cyclically undulating to the rhythm of earth’s core and the prevailing weather of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. A reinforced, wood frame skeletal system is draped in layered white fabric that is illuminated from within.

Plume Jackson Installation Wyoming USA

Two perpendicular portals are cut into the volume allowing both visual and physical movement through the space. Unlike the naturally occurring geysers found in the region, this built intervention can be occupied and engaged with. Inside the installation, a library has been set-up as an interactive book exchange for visitors.

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Set on the grounds of the Teton County Library, Plume is part of the annual GlowNights celebration, an exhibit of light-based installations put on by the Jackson Hole Public Art. The various art works energize community public spaces in an effort to bring people together during the darkest nights of the year.

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Project Team
Design: CLB Architects
Builder: CLB/New West
Structural Engineering: KL&A
Lighting: Helius

Materials / Brands
Framing Materials: Valley Lumber
Fabric: Ripstop by the Roll
Ground Anchors: American Earth Anchors

CLB Design Team: Jeffrey Johnston, Leo Naegele, Eli Ayres

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About Jackson Hole Public Art

JH Public Art forges partnerships for the integration of art into any environment to inspire lasting cultural, educational, and economic benefits. JHPA is a non-profit organization and our community’s leading presenter of artist-driven projects in public spaces. We place artworks outside traditional venues of museums and galleries to provide access to art for all people.

Oct 26, 2021
Puller Gallery, National Museum of Military Vehicles, Dubois
Design: Roto
Puller Gallery Dubois Wyoming
photo : Jay Rosenblatt Photography
Puller Gallery, Dubois, Wyoming
The new 40,000 sqft Puller Gallery at the recently opened National Museum of Military Vehicles reimagines the traditional military museum by immersing visitors in the stories of Vietnam and Korean War service members through dynamic, interactive experiences created by leading design-build firm Roto.

Apr 29, 2021
Wyoming Residence, Jackson Hole
Design: Abramson Architects
Wyoming Residence Jackson Hole
photograph : David Agnello
Wyoming Residence in Jackson Hole
Echoing the grandeur of the Teton Mountain Range whilst seamlessly inhabiting the adjacent grassland, this large new rural residence exhibits a conscientious marriage of form and material. The property’s zoning restrictions were artfully managed with careful assimilation into the natural landscape. The result is an inspired expression of fluid yet layered space that collaborates with the surrounding beauty.

June 15, 2020
Riverbend Residence, Jackson
Design: CLB Architects
Riverbend Residence Jackson
photo © Matthew Millman
Riverbend Residence in Jackson
A spectacular site, artistic freedom and clients with vision came together to create the perfect opportunity for Carney Logan Burke Architects to design a modern art piece on the banks of the Snake River.

Apr 29, 2019
Natrona County High School, Cody
Design: Bassetti Architects
Natrona County High School in Cody
photo © Fred Fuhrmeister
Natrona County High School
Originally designed to house both Casper College and Natrona County High School, the Collegiate Gothic-inspired complex was constructed between 1924 and 1927 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Oct 3, 2018
House of Fir, Jackson Hole
Design: kt814 architects
House of Fir in Jackson Hole Wyoming
photograph : David Agnello
House of Fir in Jackson Hole
To Jackson Hole, Wyoming locals, the timeless beauty of the Grand Tetons is a revered landmark. Rich Assenberg and Nathan Gray, of kt814 architects, took this into account when designing this passive house inspired home.

Jun 14, 2014
Butte Residence, Jackson
Design: Carney Logan Burke Architects
Butte Residence
image Courtesy architecture office
Butte Residence
The 38-acre site for this family compound including a main house and art barn is located on an extraordinary site perched above Jackson, Wyoming. The site overlooks the confluence of the Snake and Gros Ventre Rivers and commands panoramic views of the mountains beyond.

Major Wyoming Building Designs, alphabetical:

Casper College Wyoming – Installation
Date built: 2011
Design: Balmond Studio
Casper College Wyoming building interior
photo © 2011 Balmond Studio
Casper College Wyoming
Balmond Studio has been exploring educational ideas through art installations as part of a series of research studies.
The interactive art proposal, which will be installed in Casper College, a school in Wyoming, USA, transforms the forgotten spaces of hallways, corridors and lobbies into thriving community and learning zones, celebrating the students’ daily experience. The designs are based on advanced geometric thinking developed by Cecil Balmond, founder of Balmond Studio.

Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone National Park
Dates built: 1903-27
Design: Robert Reamer

Performing Arts Hall, Jackson
Date built: 2010
Design: Stephen Dynia Architects
Wyoming Performing Arts Hall
photo : Ron Johnson Photography
Wyoming Performing Arts Hall
This 35,000 sf Performing Arts Pavilion – located near the village center and connected to an existing Arts and Education complex – includes a 500 seat proscenium theater for drama, dance, and music, as well as a public lobby, music practice rooms and theater support areas. The theater responds to the seasonal fluctuations of a resort town with a seating configuration placing 200 seats in an orchestra level allowing for an intimate setting, and 300 seats in a balcony above providing the capacity of a full theater.

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Location: Wyoming, United States of America

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Farnsworth House, Plano
Design: Mies van der Rohe Architect
Farnsworth House

Winspear Opera House, Dallas
Design: Foster + Partners
Winspear Opera House

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