The Victory Ranch house is a mountain retreat for a large family (up to 42 people.) A home away from home that provides comfort, space for memories, and a place where families can be together.

Project Name -Victory Ranch Home
Studio Name -Lloyd Architects
Project size– 6332 ft2
Completion date– 2021
Location– Kamas, Utah, United States
Photography– Melissa Kelsey

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The design fosters connection and gathering, with the kitchen, dining room and living room flowing easily from one space to the next. Within the generous capacity of the structure, the thoughtful design maintains the intimacy of a smaller space. The simulated steel windows add a subtle detail that doesn’t impose a character on the space while also allowing full visibility of the landscape and easy outdoor access.

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The home sits quietly in the landscape from the front elevation making an approachable, comfortable experience walking towards the entry. As the home opens up, there is a striking reveal on the back elevation, capturing a panoramic view of the mountains and the skyline.

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The style is a contemporary take on a mountain home– architecture that is timeless and feels effortless. It honors the pallet of the surrounding nature and the people who live inside. The architecture embraces the rolling hills of Victory Ranch, the striking mountains of Deer Valley, and the beautiful native grasses of the land.

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