tkp architects

tkp architects

For more than 20 years, TKP Architects has been designing high-end, award winning, custom homes and remodels for the West’s most discriminating clients.  TKP’s design process reflects sensibility, sensitivity, and an unparalleled ability to listen, along with a willingness to approach each project with meticulous detail and study.  TKP’s architects approach their projects with a client-focused, non-egotistical style centered on creativity, communication and teamwork.  Though each TKP home is designed to showcase the unique personality of the client, each design evokes a sense of place, style, and comfort that makes them highly liveable and timeless.  TKP’s team-oriented style of working with clients and builders – combined with their talent and experience working with contemporary, mountain, and historical styles – makes them one of the West’s most sought-after firms.

Whitefish Lake

This Mountain Eclectic-style ranch home is situated on a hillside and the exterior is stone and stucco, with extensive use of timber detailing and accents. Three of bedrooms are on the lower level, which includes a theatre; a recreation room with wet bar; a spectacular circular wine room; and a caretaker’s suite. Both a stair and an elevator connect to the main level with a casual, open floor plan including a generous master suite; vaulted great room; a large kitchen located between an open dining room and a breakfast nook; two studies; and a huge studio for all the family’s creative pursuits. Polished concrete floors, rustic stone walls, and reclaimed, antique wood columns and beams are used throughout the house in creative ways to highlight the owner’s remarkable collection of functional and decorative art pieces. Every detail is unique, from the master tub which was carved from a single block of granite, to a curved and perforated steel canopy in the entry, and a secret passage behind a movable bookcase in one of the studies. 

4,353 sq ft, 6 bed, 5 bath, split 3 car garage, plus a 3,706 sq ft lower level with 3 bed, theater, recreation room, wet bar, wine room

Soda Creek

This ranch home’s exterior is stucco and stone in a Mountain Contemporary style that is heavily influenced by Asian design.  A pair of two-car garages, separated by a mudroom, creates two sides of the entry courtyard.  Most of the main floor is vaulted or has 10 foot ceilings, and includes a mudroom and laundry; a kitchen with nook and hearth room; a dining room; a great room; and a master suite with study, walk-in closets, and a five-piece bath.  The stair just off the entry travels to the lower level around a 12 foot high water wall, lending a tranquil sound to the entire space.  The walk-out level with 13 foot ceilings has a playroom/media room; a sitting room; a crafts room; and four bedrooms, each with walk-in closet and bath. 

3,610 sq ft, 5 bed, 6 bath, split 4 car garage, plus a 3,808 sq ft lower level with 4 beds, 4 bath, playroom, media, sitting and craft rooms

East Sixth Avenue

With a rich and authentically detailed exterior of brick and interlaced cut stone, this two-story Tudor home was inspired by the grand historical houses built half a century ago.  Slate-look roof tiles, a grand cast stone entry, heavy timber, wrought iron balconies, and true divided-lite windows complete the memorable exterior of this fine home.  The three-car garage is divided in two sections, and is accessed from a small auto court off the alley behind the house.  The carriage house-style doors add to the home’s historical feel.  The house has a master suite on the second floor, with two additional bedroom suites, one on each level.  The main floor also includes a large mudroom; a vaulted great room; a gourmet kitchen with a skylit nook; a formal dining room with wine room and butler’s pantry; and a study across from an intimate living room and an octagonal parlor.

4,709 sq ft, 3 bed, 5 bath, 3 car garage, plus a 2,038 sq ft unfinished lower level

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