Rising above the Conundrum and Castle Creek Valleys, this new modern residence blends crisp angles of poured concrete, sleek fixtures and the warmth of wood walls, floors and ceilings. Intentionally designed to make the most of the incredible views, this two-story home all above grade has a large open floor plan arranged so that wherever one stands, sweeping vistas are ever-present. The warmth of the interior spaces comes from the clear vertical-grain Douglas Fir walls, floors, slab soap stone counter-tops and wall in the kitchen. Built by Brikor Construction in late 2016, the structure of the home is steel and concrete with a green roof, Italian windows from Albertini and custom lighting from Apparatus. Three bedroom suites, two private offices, an intimate hot tub terrace off the master and a separate studio apartment/guest quarters is perfect for staff, guests, artist studio, gym or yoga. This hip home is something you might find in the Italian Alps. The site is peaceful, private, and surrounded by BLM land with a 7 minute drive to Aspen.