Behold, an AIA award-winning celestial marvel emerges from the hillside of Powder Mountain - The Dark Chalet, a vision brought forth by renowned architect Tom Wiscombe, known for his masterful work on the BMW World Museum in Munich. Adorned in a seamless fusion of glossy and matte composite skin, the home stealthily integrates a commercial-grade solar system capable of generating over 300% of its energy needs. Inside, a symphony of stairs and bridges unite the living spaces and terraces, creating an expansive spatial volume transcending ordinary architecture. The heart of the home is centered around a wood-burning fireplace reminiscent of the hearths found in grand European castles. With panoramic vistas, the living room provides enchanting views of the Wasatch Mountains and beyond. Adjacent to the one-of-a-kind Boffi kitchen, the dining room's ceiling gracefully depicts the Orion constellation with integrated LEDs, one of the many examples of artfully designed lighting systems throughout the home. Our senses are met with equal awe as we journey to the private spaces. The primary and guest suites provide charm and comfort, featuring Rimadesio closets and custom glass partitions from Amsterdam-based artist Germans Ermics. Driven by cutting-edge technology, the residence's battery backup and high-efficiency systems are showcased within a futuristic, two-story control center. The Dark Chalet stands as a testament to architectural brilliance, an aeronautic mass, a glistening ''black diamond'' soaring amidst the mountainscape, waiting to embrace its new custodians in an unparalleled journey of beauty and functionality.
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