Lead Architect
Daniel J. Turvey, AIA

Project Location
Big Sky, MT

Architecture Firm
Dan Joseph Architects
PO Box 161911
Big Sky, MT 59716

2014 Honor Award

Headwaters Camp

Project Description: Guest Cabin – Recipient of Mountain Living’s ‘Most Responsible Project of the Year’ (12 Western States, 2 Canadian Provices); selection criteria includes: Respect for Cultural Heritage, Utilization of Historic Architecture, Natural Beauty and the incorporation of Sustainable Design Principals.

Project Requirements: Master Planning including: LEED appropriate Design solutions for Infrastructure, Solar, Geothermal Heating, Aquatic Development, Architecture, Construction Administration of the Built Response and coordination of Structural and Civil Engineering. Cabin – 1: View Specific, Multi-Generational theme, Three Bedroom, Two Bath, Recreation, Open Kitchen to Great Room and Dining, Laundry, Pantry, Coat and Boot, Mechanical and Storage, Two Fireplaces, Parking – Covered Area; enclosing space of approximately 1400 to 1800 sf.

Sustainability Goals: Generally conflated with a Modern Aesthetic, the goal was to develop a unique, sustainable solution utilizing modern means and methods for a vernacular that could be readily paired to rusticity inpsired by the National Park Service, Stanley Underwood and Robert Reamer.

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