Jackson, WY

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January 26, 2009
Originally published in American Modern
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  Eric Logan's guest house is adjacent to his family’s home. The interiors are made up of oiled masonite wall paneling, raw MDF cabinetry, and an oiled concrete floor.
    Eric Logan's guest house is adjacent to his family’s home. The interiors are made up of oiled masonite wall paneling, raw MDF cabinetry, and an oiled concrete floor.
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  The simple agrarian structures that dot the empty fields and ranches throughout Jackson stand as inspiration to many architects who are fighting to maintain the simplicity and beauty of vernacular buildings.
    The simple agrarian structures that dot the empty fields and ranches throughout Jackson stand as inspiration to many architects who are fighting to maintain the simplicity and beauty of vernacular buildings.
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  Located in a 280-lot subdivision composed of market-rate and deed-restricted lots, Andy Ankney’s 1,400-square-foot house blends in well despite its large aluminum clad wood windows, cedar siding, Cor-Ten corrugated roofing, and oxidized steel siding panels.
    Located in a 280-lot subdivision composed of market-rate and deed-restricted lots, Andy Ankney’s 1,400-square-foot house blends in well despite its large aluminum clad wood windows, cedar siding, Cor-Ten corrugated roofing, and oxidized steel siding panels.
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  Light pours into the Ankneys’ living/dining area with its clear pine plywood ceiling, clear-finish MDF paneling on the walls, and reclaimed-fir flooring.
    Light pours into the Ankneys’ living/dining area with its clear pine plywood ceiling, clear-finish MDF paneling on the walls, and reclaimed-fir flooring.
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  A raised oxidized-steel-grate walkway provides a low-impact, richly textured alternative to the traditional stone walkway.
    A raised oxidized-steel-grate walkway provides a low-impact, richly textured alternative to the traditional stone walkway.
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  Architect Eric Logan sits in the guest house on his property. The interiors are made up of oiled masonite wall paneling, raw MDF cabinetry, and an oiled concrete floor.
    Architect Eric Logan sits in the guest house on his property. The interiors are made up of oiled masonite wall paneling, raw MDF cabinetry, and an oiled concrete floor.
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  Locals crowd around Jackson's iconic town common.
    Locals crowd around Jackson's iconic town common.
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  The simple frame of the Stanwood residence is clad with oxidized steel finished with linseed oil and outfitted with Sierra Pacific windows and doors.
    The simple frame of the Stanwood residence is clad with oxidized steel finished with linseed oil and outfitted with Sierra Pacific windows and doors.
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  Oiled concrete floors inform the interior of the Stanwood residence.
    Oiled concrete floors inform the interior of the Stanwood residence.
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  For the interior of the Stanwood residence, Logan returned to his minimalist palette of color and materials. The Stanwoods took particular zeal in furnishing the living area with a number of pieces from Limn in San Francisco, including a pair of B&B Italia chairs and a custom rug from Ligne Roset.
    For the interior of the Stanwood residence, Logan returned to his minimalist palette of color and materials. The Stanwoods took particular zeal in furnishing the living area with a number of pieces from Limn in San Francisco, including a pair of B&B Italia chairs and a custom rug from Ligne Roset.
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