We get it. You love browsing the amazing House Tours taking from the pages of our magazine. So how about we post even more rooms online? Done.
Check out these inspiring extras: spectacular spaces from the beautiful Park City home featured in Playing the Angles.

A long driveway leads uphill to a central motor court with the home on one side and a four-car garage set further back on the other.

Visitors to the home are greetedby a small fireplace set into the entry’s stone chimney.
“It’s about a sense of arrival, the first experince,” says Michael Upwall, the home’s architect.

In the master bathrooms, windows perform like framed art showcasing eye-catching views from every side of the space.

White walls and ceilings offset the visual weight of stone monoliths to make the interior comfortable and engaging. Eggplant-toned Baker sofas add shots of color to the room’s neutral palette.

Santa & Cole pendant lights hang above the dining table. Chairs by B&B Italia.

Zanotta barstools pull up to custom Poliform cabinets. A mix of black and white Artemide pendant lights hang from the sloped ceiling above.

Homeowner Teresa Criscione arranges flowers in her light-filled kitchen.

A Beacon light by Palacek hangs above McGuire table and chairs in the outdoor dining area.

Carefully selected accessories and accent pieces furnish the home to foster a clean-lined, curated look and feel.

An open, light-filled stairwell leads from the home’s main level to lower-level living spaces. Lights by Foscarini; “Cara and Ojas” art from the Julie Nester  Gallery.

A soaring roofline defines the exterior’s main entry to the home. Walls of windows invite mountain views and light into the lofty foyer.

Cantilevered forms jut out from the back of the house and frame views of the Glendwild Golf Course, alpine slopes and verdant meadows.
Click here to see more of Playing the Angles.
Architect: Michael Upwall, Upwall Design
Interior Design: Dawn Keil, Design Pacific, Inc., Park City
Landscape Design: Pete Gilwald, Land Solutions, Park City
Contractor: Crisco Development, Park City
Photos: Scot Zimmerman Photography

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Brad Mee
Brad Mee is the Editor-in-Chief of Utah Style & Design Magazine.