Trilogy Partners NOW in May Architectural Digest

060609_ParkerStone_086_2 The May 2010 issue of Architectural Digest features an article about a Trilogy Home designed¬†and built for South Park Creator Trey Parker in Steamboat. This amazing home sits on a hilltop adjacent to the Steamboat Ski Area. The design is a unique fusion of western American and Japan to include a Japanese Tea House and gardens. After this project we moved on to Hawaii to rebuild Trey’s residence on Kauai.

The article features interviews with Trey and Michael Rath. Make sure to get your May copy of AD available at newsstands at the time of this posting.

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  1. Jamie says:

    I would love to see some more pictures of his home. I love the look and would be curious to see the floor plan (as we are looking to design our home).

    Thanks,

    Jamie

  2. Michael Rath michael says:

    Hi Jamie. The AD article is at newsstands (Borders etc.) and I also posted a pdf on the blog main page. We would love to design your home! Or consult with you as to elements of design, floor plan, and materials. If you would like you can email me at michaelr@trilogybuilds.com or phone me at 970-389-0491 and I can answer any questions. The home is unique to the lot so I would need to learn more about your building plans to know if the floor plan would be relevant to your project.

    Best Regards

    Mike

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    Parker last year. We talked a little about this hilltop home when
    we mentioned the coverage it received in Architectural Digest,
    which was a dream come true. […]

  2. […] and then Trey began to mention his love of Japanese art and culture. What eventually emerged was a mountain house strongly influenced by Asian sensibility. Because Asia embraced Timber Frame construction centuries ago, we decided to do an Asian Inspired […]

  3. […] I’m very pleased to announce that we at Trilogy will be collaborating with noted architectural photographer, Roger Wade on a design book tentatively titled “Old Into New – The Use of Reclaimed and Recycled Materials in Modern Architecture.” I have had the pleasure of designing quite a few homes now where we used reclaimed and recycled materials, such as barn beams and posts from old bridges, granary flooring from Chicago, and siding made from everything from redwood to cedar to douglas fir. These weathered, aged, and far from perfect reclaimed materials bring a richness, authenticity, and beauty to new homes that is not possible with “new” materials. I thought it was time we documented some of these truly magnificent homes in print, and on the internet. So stay tuned as we publish, on this blog, chapters one at a time featuring some of the nations most extraordinary homes and their use of reclaimed and recycled materials. Roger, stylist Debbie Grahl, and I worked together on the Architectural Digest article about the Steamboat House. […]

  4. […] co-create and build two of his favorite places on earth, one in Steamboat Springs (and featured in Architectural Digest), and the other on Kauai. We always knew that South Park was just the tip of the iceberg, because […]

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