Red Lodge Residence
Western Art and Architecture
One of the reasons this modern timber home caught the eye of Western Art & Architecture's publisher is because of how its staggered layout provides amazing views from every major interior space. Sitting atop a hill in Montana overlooking the family's farmland, the house infuses natural timber hues and warm accents with open spaces and contemporary furnishings.
Log Home Living
A contemporary example of Log Home Living, this lake house in Canada was designed as the perfect vacation home. Views of the water are framed by glass panes encased in large-diameter log posts. Stone siding combines with log walls to provide a break in texture and color, while at the same time representing the natural materials that surround the home.
possum kingdom residence
Timber Home Living Annual Buyer's Guide
Featured in the Buyer's Guide of industry-leader Timber Home Living, this Texas timber frame home rose from the ashes of the owner's previous lake house. Re-imagined with more open areas and the distinct beauty of timber framing, the tragedy of losing their original home was replace by the joy of building new memories together.
Epic Log Homes
Destination America has featured three of our homes on their popular series Epic Log Homes. Their goal is to spotlight the most dramatic and unique log and timber homes across America, so we are thrilled that they have included us multiple times. This hybrid log and timber home in New Jersey showcases a contemporary approach to rustic timber home design, which M.T.N Design has been at the forefront of for over a decade.
Jackson hole residence
Epic Log Homes
Back in 2014, the first episode of Epic Log Homes featured this Jackson Hole Residence and it was so popular that we continue to get inquiries every time the episode airs. This is a stunning handcrafted log home which M.T.N designed as a modern-day version of iconic lodges found in the national parks of the American West.
Log Home Living "Best of Issue"
This multi-award-winning mountain style home was recently featured in the "Best of" issue of Log Home Living magazine. Readers fell in love with the use of large log posts and beams within this compact 3,700sq.ft. two-story cabin. Spaces feel larger because views are beautifully framed by warm rustic wood.