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Jackson House

Situated on a butte 1,000 feet above the valley floor, the Jackson House enjoys expansive, 180-degree views of the Grand Teton Range, Sleeping Indian, the Snake and Gros Ventre river bottoms, and much, much more. Italian-made steel windows allow for thermal efficiency while framing a top-notch view from each living space. The kitchen features a woodfired pizza oven, French range stovetop, and white glass cabinets that reflect magnificent views, effectively bringing the outdoors inside. The blend of contemporary and rustic materials including reclaimed timber, stone, Venetian plaster, glass, and Corten steel flow together harmoniously.


10,109 square feet


Jackson, Wyoming


30 months

Home of the Year

In 2016, Mountain Living magazine recognized the Jackson House as its Home of the Year. The project was a successful collaboration with JLF & Associates, WRJ Design, and Verdone Landscape Architects. While receiving such recognition from a premier publication was a true honor for Big-D Signature, the team takes it in stride knowing that it was earned with the same relentless dedication to detail and passion for craftsmanship that are exhibited on every project that we build. We treat each project as the “Home of the Year.”


"The Jackson House appears to grow out of the landscape as it is built into, and gently steps down the hillside. It was designed with a sense of optimism for generations of family use." - JLF & Associates

Historic Pipestone Hotel

This luxurious home was constructed using reclaimed materials from the historic Pipestone Hotel. Once touted as the “Greatest Health Resort in the Rocky Mountain Regions,” the hotel was a favorite Montana vacation site during the 20th Century. The resort closed in the 1960s, and many of the buildings were abandoned. When the main lodge went up for sale, Indian Springs homeowners jumped at the opportunity to salvage a piece of regional history.