Situated in the high-end Martis Camp ski and golf club near Truckee, California, this brand new 6,000 square-foot home is constructed on an acre of steeply sloping, wooded terrain. But Blaze Makoid Architecture turned the challenging topography into an asset by creating this L-shaped beauty. High stone retaining walls and a cantilevered roof help to define a baller outdoor patio space. Just take a look at that outdoor fire place with a hot tub on one side, seating on the other, and mountain views for days. And if the weather turns south, take shelter in the indoor living room that still has floor-to-ceiling windows on three out of four sides. Black stained cedar siding compliments the stone accents, creating a minimalist structure that once again proves that modern ski architecture is on the up and up.
· Blaze Makoid Architecture [Official Site]
· Martis Camp 506 by Blaze Makoid Architecture [Contemporist]
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