Collection by Stefan Kaiser


The Jespersen residence sits in virtual isolation atop Emigration Canyon.
The ceramics studio was formerly a pergola wrapped in chicken wire, used as a dog kennel by the previous owner.
A section of the facade—a cross between a shoji screen and a barn door—slides open.
Fields of native grasses connect the main residence, situated at the top of the slope, to the new structures scattered...
The sloped roof of Carlton’s art studio grows a colorful mix of sedum species.
Sloped ceilings, covered with stained Western red cedar, add warmth to the interior (bottom).
Wildlife are frequent visitors here, but the area’s active woodpeckers aren’t very welcome, so the house is clad in...
The dining area features sliding glass doors by Fleetwood.

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