Informally known as the “flagship” Aman Villa, Aman 12’s diabolically simple protracted-wedge design subtly emerges from the butte. Each wedge—which functions as an independent “pod” that can be locked off to accommodate varied uses—is connected by a sod-roofed spine that runs along a centralized east-west axis serving as the house’s main circulation corridor.
Unabashedly simple and uncluttered, the minimalist interior invites the dramatic alpine views into the home’s visual dialogue. Integrated design features—built-in cabinets and seating as well as a floor-to-ceiling headboard inset into the master bedroom wall—create a seamless merger of architecture and interior design. Unique “rustic-gone-refined” details throughout the home’s interior and exterior allow the covenant-restricted resort community home to retain an individual identity while comfortably fitting into its neighborhood.