Paradise Valley
[Historical Preservation]

The Backstory: This ranch outbuilding sitting on the banks of the Yellowstone River has seen some changes since it was first built in 1899. Thanks to the vision of owner Pam Purcell, it was reverted to its mostly original form- albeit with some modern amenities. 

The Process:
BTi removed a century worth of add-ons; tarpaper, drywall, foam board and layers of paint, revealing the original stacked timber crib underneath. With the structure still in good condition, it was re-chinked and protected with a waterproof coating. The result: a cozy space that captures the timeless feel of western cabin living.

(Preserved in 2021)

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