Design Build Team, Inc., Architects and Builders designed and partially built a home in Summit County, Colorado. David Dussair, AIA RA, of Design Build Team designed the home and Design Build Team's carpenters and subcontractors performed much of the work. Travis Construction did the excavation and foundation work, rough framing, plumbing, electrical, insulation, and some of the trim carpentry.

The home was completed in 2006 and is a vacation destination for Design Build Team's clients and employees.
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Lodge home.. Beautiful and perfectly constructed home using beetle kill pine for some siding, an environmentally sound choice.
“Location” — sara__sweet
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Rustic Lodge. . Bridge between the 2 squares of the house. Striking design element that glows at night. Pine posts from area beetle kill
“These windows should stay clean” — shamo1
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Rustic Lodge. Photo, Bob Greenspan. Entry with pine logs from beetle kill timber in Colorado, design elements of ratios, small window area about 1/3 of the wall area - 3: 1.6 ratio.
“soffitt wood” — ssrieke
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Mountain Lodge Posts and beams with the vertical design element of the chimney. Perfect ratios of space to shape, Windows are a grid - not just big expanse of glass that fails to frame views and fails to have a human scale.
“Fireplacw” — shelaghst
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Mountain Lodge. Photo, Bob Greenspan Gorgeous great room with log siding on upper level looking over living area. Posts and beams are from local pine, beetle kill. Environmentally sound use of wood.
“Logs” — chrisfriede
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Mountain Lodge. Look at that room! Soaring ceiling with posts and beams held together with black steel, welded, beam brackets. Design elements under balcony repeated with supports of kitchen island
“good work” — Behzad Tarekhi
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Mountain Lodge. Photo, Bob Greenspan Beautiful view from slanted window to mountain hillside. Slanted partition between shower area and tub.
“TOWEL HEATER” — wcmise
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Look at that stair! At entry between main living floor and lower level using welded steel stair parts. Pine posts are support. Concrete poured into molds with stone. Beautiful detail!
“concrete in molds with stone” — kmh4n6chic
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Lodge home Kitchen open to dining and living, Sloped kitchen window repeats design element used in bridge and master bedroom. Knotty alder cabinets, engineered oak floor. Dark walnut is used as accent wood. Tumbled marble backsplash tile.
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Lodge home Look at that view! What you see when you wake up in the morning! Pine trim, ceiling, furniture with accent of aqua.
“Toiles” — annemariedubois
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Lodge home Story here: Beds? We have never bought a bed. "Dave, would you please make a bed?" Bed and table made from left over pine from the house.
“wall color anf blue acents” — lora01
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Lodge home Office area on second level, bookcase of pine, sloped repeating details in kitchen and master bedroom. Metal supports repeat metal in handrails.
“shelves” — mharg35
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From stair to upper level, back of bookcase in office. Design element repeats grid of windows and stair design. It's a cool bookcase!
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