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Jackson House

Secluded in the Wyoming countryside, the Jackson House is a melting pot of French and Italian cultures. Authentic Italian windows provide more than 100 unique views of the Grand Tetons and the Snake River range. The kitchen features a wood fire pizza oven, white glass kitchen cabinets, and a French cooktop. Reclaimed chestnut floors guide visitors to the different rooms throughout the home. The home was also constructed with a blend of contemporary and rustic materials including timber, stone, Corten steel, and glass.


10,109 square feet


Jackson, Wyoming


30 months

Home of the Year

In 2016, Mountain Living Magazine announced that the Jackson House was the 2016 Home of the Year. The project was in collaboration with JLF & Associates, WRJ Design, and Verdone Landscape Architects. Signature Vice President Jason Dunlop said that being featured by an admired magazine like Mountain Living was an honor for the whole team at Big-D Signature.


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

Historic Pipestone Hotel

A piece of Montana history runs through the walls of the Jackson House. Reclaimed materials from the old Pipestone Hotel was used during the construction of the house. The hotel was located on the grounds of the Pipestone Hot Springs in Montana. Touted as the “Greatest Health Resort in the Rocky Mountain Regions”, the Pipestone Springs was a popular resort site during the 20th Century. The resort closed in the 1960s and many of the buildings were abandoned.