A Master Plan was designed to reduce vehicular traffic on the entire site.
Pedestrian walkways cross through a courtyard to connect residences to detached garages.
Front porches are used as communal gathering places in the neighborhood.

Proposed Projects

Architect of Record: Strout

Construction Drawing Production:
Gregory Mason


Location: Jackson Hole, Wyoming

                 Teton County


This project is recognized by the SONORAN INSTITUTE for Building from the Best Practices of the Northern Rockies.  A tight budget was set that called for producing as many affordable units as possible.  Jackson Hole Community Housing Trust set out a goal of showing how market rate and affordable housing units can successfully mix to make a development cost effective.  Home appreciation is limited through the lease to 3.6 percent per year, creating long term sustainability for affordable housing.


The homes range from studio to three bedroom models, insuring diversity within the neighborhood.  The site plan is open and transparent, bordering the local pathway network to encourage pedestrian and bicycle traffic to and from the surrounding neighborhood and central business district.  The scale of the development achieves an appropriate fit for the existing residential neighborhood.

Challenge each other to uncover solutions that exceed expectations. Invention can arise from a unique inner vision.


Building materials define the character of spaces.  Stone, wood, metal and glass can be used in an honest way that does not try to replicate or imitate.


Accredited Professional by the U.S. Green Building Council for the LEED Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Program.  Bring practical stewardship ideas into every conversation. This always begins with a dialogue about conservation.


ON TIME : ON BUDGET and an efficient path through the planning approval process are common practice for KRIKOR Architecture.  More than these efficiencies are required to make your project a success.

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