Rowland+Broughton Architecture / Urban Design / Interior Design has been chosen as architect for the design and rebuild of the Rusty Parrot Lodge in Jackson, Wyoming. Destroyed by fire on November 18, 2019, the owner-operated lodge has been a stalwart in the community since 1990.
An initial design charrette established the direction and program for the rebuild and set the entitlements process into action. Plans for the new 50,500-square-foot, three-level structure include:40 guestrooms; public areas including a lobby, den, kitchen, restaurant, spa, garden courtyard, and patio; and underground parking. Incorporating exterior materials such as log and stone will respect the original structure and merge the surrounding landscape into the design. The rusty parrot sculpture, a beloved mascot, will once again take roost.
Pending reconstruction approval in late 2020, reopening is anticipated in late spring of 2022.
Rendering: Courtesy of Rowland+Broughton Architecture