The creative minds over at Think Studio have made a name for themselves in the world of architecture and design. Today we get a look at one of their latest designs, this one known as the Snowfall House. The home is a Spectre-inspired creation for developer Matt Alcone of Alcone Ventures. The structure takes home for the glass house featured in the 2015 James Bond film. The Snowfall House boasts a sleek profile and boxy volumes, while a flat roof and floor-to-ceiling glazing add a contemporary allure.
The home is located in Deer Valley, 9,000 feet above sea level, and includes access to the area’s stunning ski trails. Inside, the dwelling boasts 15,000 square feet of space full of modern mountain appeal and a natural palette of warm wood and stone. Once the home is completed, it will feature four bedrooms, an 11-bed bunk room, and fitness center, a sauna, and a media room. If that wasn’t enough, it will also feature a 44-foot heated pool, motor court, and rooftop deck with views of Park City and the Wasatch Mountains.
Take a closer look at this beautiful modern dwelling in the images below and learn more about the home now from Think Studio. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more incredible architecture and modern design coming very soon.
Photos via Think Studio