This mountainside home designed by O’Neill Rose Architects is clad in Delta Millworks’ charred Accoya | SSB | Gator. Architectural Digest writer, Elizabeth Fazzare, speaks to the dynamic facade, which is offset from the building in a gridded screen pattern: “In the sections not glazed with high-performance triple-pane windows, its upper levels are protected by wood screens charred in the Japanese shou sugi ban preservation technique. On the outdoor terraces, they hold back snow banks and catch glistening flakes.”

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