Shooting Star Clubhouse 

Nestled in the valley at the base of Teton Village, Wyoming, Shooting Star
takes its name from the West’s brilliant night skies. This secluded, yet e
xpansive destination resort complements the physical beauty of nearby Jackson Hole. Breathtaking views include four mountain ranges and five lakes. The Tom Fazio designed golf course competes with a Class 1 trout stream while the winter offers nearby skiing and snowboarding.

The 35,000+ square foot clubhouse features a restaurant and bar, private dining room, spa, locker rooms and lounges and fitness center. An adjacent “barn” functions as both a world class ski facility and locker room and a grand event space.

Rustic yet comfortably inviting, the clubhouse evokes the rich heritage of the family run ranches that surround the property.

 

Rusticated and natural finishes include stone floors, plank wood ceilings, copper and stone fireplaces and hand forged metal elements. Custom designed furniture, reminiscent of the old west, blends seamlessly with the interior architecture. With a view of the valley and Teton Mountains, the freestanding brushed stainless steel soaking tub in the spa is one of many special features. Fiber optic twinkling lights in the steam rooms bring to mind the name of this very special place.

Client: Crystal Springs / John Resor - www.shootingstarjh.com
Team: Interior architecture and FF&E by BraytonHughes Design Studios*, Principle in charge Joel Villalon and lead interior designer Lisa Lorino. Hart Howerton, Design Architect. Art consultant: Elizabeth Weiner Gallery
Photography by John Sutton.
*Work completed at BHDstudios