Perched at 9,300 feet, this Telluride home enjoys sweeping views of the San Miguel mountains. The mountain contemporary residence features an exterior of Colorado buff stone veneer, pre-finished sheet metal panels and reclaimed pine wood siding. A curved section of roof made from radius glulam beams mirror the topography of the site. The home is centered around living spaces, with a keeping room adjacent to the kitchen, serving as a common area for guests to enjoy their host during meal preparations. An expansive outdoor living room cascades down to a patio and inlaid firepit, while a separate path leads to a patio by the creek. Four bedrooms and seven bathrooms are accompanied by his and hers offices, media room, project room and exercise room.