From conception to completion, we designed and built this home, utilizing an eclectic mix of naturally curved timbers, shou sugi ban finishes, and hand-forged, custom hardware from the preeminent blacksmith, Jake James. This guest home stands upon a prominent mountain lookout with commanding views of Lake Pend Oreille and local eagle nests.
A highly insulated, eco-friendly Douglas fir building with Welsh medieval cruck entry, which Collin Beggs designed, built and oversaw to the last detail as a general contractor.
We designed and build the timber frame for this family home in Ketchum, Idaho which I based around my long held love for historic barns.
High atop Schweitzer Mountain Ski Resort, a structural post and beam house using reclaimed wood and reinforced with decorative metal. Designed by Boden Mountain Architecture.
A small and cozy Timber Frame home of about 1200 square feet, designed by Collin Beggs and built alongside owner/builder, Thomas Jenkins and a few of Jenkins' students.
A mix of rough sawn and veneer hewn Douglas fir, just over the pass from Jackson Hole. Designed and built by Collin Beggs, and featuring a King Post truss with an integrated cupola.
A structurally complex outdoor three-season seating area with a fireplace. Due to tight access between other buildings, Collin Beggs designed it so the Western Red Cedar roof could be lifted into place.
The first Timber Frame Collin Beggs designed and built, a simple structure featuring a double ridge beam inspired by Quebec Timber Framing. He used only traditional hand tools.
Re-construction of Joseph Smith's family cabin in Palmyra, New York. A project designed by historians and New York State Barn Company, which Collin Beggs worked on as a restoration carpenter.