Salt Lake City House by Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects

This L-shaped house is located amidst the salt lake valley and it stands parallel to the Mount Olympus and Wasatch Mountains. This house is particularly constructed in order to strengthen family tie-ups and to lessen visual barriers, designed by Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects. The large walls are extended in order to structure a courtyard surrounded by aged cottonwood trees.

Salt Lake City House

The terrace of the house is formed by slopping roofs which can push the house. The house consists of outdoor spaces in order to relax and enjoy. The sloped ceiling which extends deep towards the internal side of the building brings light throughout the house indefinitely.

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The house is enlightened by the Eastern light and it is always bright in appearance. The inner part of the house gives a grand look, though it is built of simple materials. It is also easily affordable and moreover provides a scenic overview which gives enjoyment to the person staying there. Naturally everyone likes to stay in such a serene atmosphere.

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Posted in Architecture on December 9, 2009

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2 Responses to “Salt Lake City House by Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects”

  • kelly sylvester says:

    as an aspiring architect i love the landscaping and the out ward appearence of this house. It has natural beauty

  • StefanStefan says:

    The Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects made a good job