This Martis Camp contemporary mountain home, designed by Ward-Young architect Ted Brobst, utilizes floor to ceiling windows, massive lift-slide doors and soaring curved roofs to bring the outdoors in and capture the beauty of the mountain surroundings near Northstar-at-Tahoe. The home is finished in natural materials of stone, steel, copper, wood (cedar and mahogany) for beauty, longevity, and low maintence. The home centers around the Kitchen, and features a getaway media/apre ski room, a yoga loft, steam room, and a spectacular master suite.
Entry
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“sloping roof, windows” — knighorn
Back Patio
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“I like the use of steel.” — skrigba
Great Room
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Interior Design by Anita Lang Photo By Vance Fox
“Steel columns and I beams, really nice!” — skrigba
Master Suite
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“Stone” — dotparson
Media Room
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Interior Design by Anita Lang Photo by Vance Fox
“curved ceiling and height” — nadinehearn
Exterior
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“House” — wenken24
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