Champalimaud Design designs ski-in and ski-out chalet

Champalimaud Design is responsible for the design of the Yellowstone Club Residence in Big Sky, a ski-in and ski-out retreat set in the Rocky Mountains in Montana.

Emily Andrews
Emily Andrews

The design makes the most of the property’s 360 degree views, while expansive spaces make for flexible living - fitting for the day to day lifestyle of the owners, while also accommodating guests.

Large balconies positioned toward the view feature outdoor fireplaces and jacuzzi. The building features six bedrooms, including a master suite, guest suites, and a bunk room with six built-in queen-sized beds as well as gym with a sauna and steam shower, a juice bar, TV lounge and a ski room.

 

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