The Bowl House was named for the bowl of land that the house sits in. Originally thought not to have views, the property beautifully opened up to views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains when the house was built. This house was the last one to be built within its neighborhood allowing the architects to work the design to block out views of the other homes. The massive rock wall slices through the house to divide public from private space as well as mask these homes.

Built in 2001

Cost withheld

Contractor: Chris Clemens Construction

Photos by Robert Reck

Published: Leading Custom Home Builders