La Muna by Oppenheim Architecture + Design
by Ted Savage / October 4, 2012
Embracing imperfections rather than eliminating them, La Muna by Oppenheim Architecture + Design puts the Japanese esthetic of wabi-sabi to work in a makeover of a rustic, 30-year-old chalet, one of the first built in the superexclusive Red Mountain area of Aspen, Colorado.


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Reclaimed regional wood, stone and steel, expanses of insulated glass, and solar panels for electricity and hot water, minimize the resource impact and maximize the blur between 3,500 sq. ft. escape and idyllic mountain, forest and stream setting. Via ArchDaily.

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