Extreme Skier Lexi duPont’s New Base Camp Is a Passive House in British Columbia

Stark Architecture uses prefabricated panels of cross-laminated timber to build an elevated ski retreat for the world champ.
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Triangles are a recurring motif in Lexi duPont’s life. In her family, she’s one of three sisters. As a pilot, she’s learned that triangles are a waypoint symbol in flight navigation. And as a professional big mountain freeskier, she glides down slopes and peaks.

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Stacey McLachlan
Dwell Contributor
Stacey McLachlan is an award-winning writer and magazine editor living and working in British Columbia, Canada.


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