Wyoming's Jackson Hole Airport by Gensler Denver

The benches surrounding the Nelson Boren watercolor were made with wood salvaged from the roof during renovation. Photography by David Lauer.

The south-facing facade of Wyoming’s Jackson Hole Airport is clad in quartzite and weathered steel. Photography by David Lauer.

Inside, ash ceilings stretch above floors of ground concrete. Photography by David Lauer.

Polished granite tops the new glass curtain wall at the building’s rear. Photography by David Lauer.

New windows open up views of the Teton Range. Photography by David Lauer.

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