Commanding an expansive hilltop in PArk city's glenwild community, this beautiful home exudes a modern aesthetic firmly rooted in the American Arts and Crafts tradition.

Explains Leslie Schofield, the project's interior designer, "Our goal was to reinterpret the classic principals of Greene & Greene for the contemporary mountain home." 

Architect Mike Upwall combined familiar elements of traditional Craftsman architecture with an open floorplan that takes complete advantage of sweeping 360-degree views. Extensive custom interior finishes blend Craftsman sensibility and organic contemporary style. The home's breathtaking focal point is a graciously curved mahogany staircase and floating railing. 

Schofield's design palette included clean lines, fine materials and superbly crafted finishes, all infused with a subtle organic feel that nods to the natural surroundings. Hammerton created a family of custom lighting that thoughtfully extends Schofield's design palette throughout the home.



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