At first glance, Golden Feather is a modern masterpiece. Its sweeping, low profile design reflects the expansiveness of Sun Valley while accentuating the colors, materials, and textures of the surrounding landscape.
Eyes on the Horizon
The low profile, unfussy, and functional Prairie style is a hallmark of famed American architect Frank Lloyd Wright and the Golden Feather home. A precursor to Modern Design, Prairie Style is predicated upon the idea that a structure should reflect and be inspired by the surrounding environment. There’s no place more inspiring than Sun Valley and our team was proud to bring this stunning home to life with well-defined horizontal lines, handmade craftsmanship, natural woodwork, walls of windows, and an indistinguishable division of interior and exterior living space.
The Best of Both Worlds
Golden Feather was designed to perfectly balance work and play. A digitally secure work space for full-time remote work as well as a fully equipped gym, make this home a comfortable and efficient workspace. When the owners and visitors are not working, the spacious bedrooms and well-appointed bathrooms with freestanding soaking tubs provide a relaxing escape. The garage space also allows ample room for vehicles, sporting equipment and storage.
The Lloyd Difference
Impeccable craftsmanship, uncommon details and execution of the architect’s vision to maintain the signature horizontal lines of the Prairie style make Golden Feather a true gem. Backlit onyx cubes in the kitchen emulate the warm glow of Idaho sunshine. Continuous 70-foot beams in the great room without visible fasteners or hardware create a seamless and sophisticated look. Floor-to-ceiling windows allow ample natural light to illuminate the unique textures of the home.
Special thanks to our clients and collaborators
Architect: McLaughlin Architects
Interior Design: Norton Waterman Interior Design