This luxurious villa was built near Wilson, surrounded by grassy meadows, close to the Teton mountain range. Architecture was a house must satisfy two opposite requirements: it must conform to the traditional local spirit and have a distinctly conservative design principles, and thus satisfy the wishes of the owners of a unique and contemporary home. As part of the problem Carney Logan Burke smashed a large area into several volumes, including a pair of two-storey blocks with traditional face and a one-story pavilion with expansive roof. The result is a seamless manor complex. The shape of the building and the materials used are fully compliant with the customer and within the context of the neighborhood. Interiors at the same time turned out fine and warm, with a more detailed and complete disclosure of the properties of traditional materials.