A SINGLE DAD WITH A WORKING CATTLE RANCH NEAR DANIEL, WYOMING, BUILDS A KID AND HORSE FRIENDLY MODERN INDUSTRIAL

RANCH-STYLE HOME 

URBAN RANCH

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Maggie Theodora

"'We had this home that we loved and I thought we could just re-create it outside of Wilson,' JJ Healy (home owner) says. But, Peggy Gilday, a co-founding partner of GYDE Architects, which he chose to design the new home, quickly and gently talked him out of this. 'She was helpful in inspiring me to more than re-create. In a very delicate way, she pushed me to go a little more on the modern side," Healy says."

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GYDE celebrates completion of Persephone West

Buckrail

The Westbank location is the third collaboration between GYDE and the beloved Persephone brand, developed and nurtured by Ali and Kevin Cohane. Their vision, in conjunction with GYDE’s commitment to implementing their ‘Design in Everything’ approach, has delivered another immediately cherished community gathering spot.

 

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GYDE and Roadhouse toast a successful project

Buckrail

GYDE Architects and Fine Dining Restaurant Group are celebrating 10 years of ongoing collaboration and the recent completion of the new Roadhouse Pub & Eatery.

 

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CATHARSIS

THE FOUNDERS OF GYDE ARCHITECTS DESIGN A SPACE TO DECOMPRESS.

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Joohee Muromcew

"The site - it was both the greatest challenge and the greatest opportunity." Rather than sharing a lot of dream-house clippings with the team, the client described a multi-layered, multifaceted experience she desired in arriving and being at home.

 

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DREAMS CAN COME TRUE

PICK THE RIGHT TEAM, AND YOU CAN DESIGN AND BUILD THE EXACT HOUSE YOU IMAGINED

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Joohee Muromcew

The home and this beautifully written article are testimonials to our commitment to process. As Joohee writes, "the house that Gilday designed, that Romaine built, and that Jenkins furnished is truly the house I imagined."

 

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MAKING JACKSON GROW IN WINTER

A CONVERSATION WITH NONA YEHIA

Future of Food

Lee Schneider

Nona Yehia is an architect, visionary, and vertical farmer in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Together with her co-founder, Penny McBride, she founded Vertical Harvest. The site is only a tenth of an acre, but the goals are large. It has become a model project others seek to emulate, not only because it supplies food year-round, but also because it is employing people with special abilities.

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ANISH KAPOOR'S C CURVE

PUBLIC ART'S 'MOONSHOTS' EVENT HIGHLIGHTS THE IDEAS OF ARTISTS

SHOOTING FOR THE MOON

Jackson Hole News and Guide

by Isa Jones

Inanna Reistad didn’t have just one idea for Jackson Hole Public Art’s “Moonshots 5x5” event. She had four. Instead of narrowing it down, Reistad presented all her ambitious concepts at the evening hosted by Jackson Hole Public Art, which solicited ideas from artists on the future of public art in Jackson. “I found myself between a rock and hard place,” Reistad told the audience at the beginning of her talk. “There’s a large disconnect between social impact and art.”

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AN INTERVIEW WITH ARCHITECT NONA YEHIA OF VERTICAL HARVEST

Huff Post

by Kevin Gouveia

“It’s funny, I never set out to be a vertical farmer. I’m an architect by trade, and I believe in the power of architecture to build community. I’ve always pushed the boundaries in design, I’ve always been engaged. It’s a labor of love.”

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GYDE ARCHITECTS EMBODY DESIGN

GILDAY ARCHITECTS AND E/YE DESIGN MERGE

Jackson Hole News and Guide

by Erika Dahlby

“I think the possibility of it is expanding the notion of what architecture can do,” Yehia said. “In our mission we’re blending art, architecture, science and technology. And that’s something we have been doing at both of our firms and I think that what was exciting is to be able to put that out as our mission from the start.”

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A LOG HOUSE IS MADE MODERN

SEEING THINGS IN BLACK AND WHITE

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by Dina Mishev

"Gilday says, “I am usually up for a challenge, and when [the clients] and I met at the house, my first thought was that this is a particularly big one! I trust my intuition when there may be interesting possibilities, and with a remodel, the biggest issue is understanding the tipping point of when it should be a teardown. Although the log structure was quite odd, with a solid client fit and a beautiful site, we could see through the ‘funky’ stuff and pare it down to its essence." 

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A NEW EAST JACKSON HOME WAS BUILT LOOK TOWARD THE FUTURE

PLANS CHANGE

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by Dina Mishev

“When we first started talking about their budget, we looked at doing an accessory structure first and leaving room for a main house in the future,” says Peggy Gilday, founding principal at Gilday Architects, which designed the home. Miller, a federal prosecutor, says, “We didn’t have any design parameters, but we had a budget—that was our parameter.”

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DESIGN IN EVERYTHING

JACKSON, WY