Mountain Living’s Top Mountain Architects

Hendricks Architecture has recently been named to Mountain Living Magazine’s Top Mountain Architects and Interior Designers. Mountain Living is the premier magazine on mountain architecture.

This has been a busy summer in publications for us, with also having a private residence at The Idaho Club featured in Sandpoint Magazine (pages 84-88), along with John as a featured architect in Green Building & Design (page 25). We will also have a residence featured in Cabin Life Magazine in December.

We feel truly blessed and honored to be a part of these publications.

John Hendricks, AIA Architect

Mountain Style Residence at The Idaho Club

Private mountain style residence at The Idaho Club featured in Sandpoint Magazine.

Hendricks Architecture, mountain architects in Sandpoint, Idaho. For other photos, please see previous mountain architecture projects.

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