ACM Design, Mountain Home Architects design this new construction Family Lodge in Black Mountain

Black Mountain Family Lodge

Designed as a family mountain retreat, this home offers many opportunities to experience the great outdoors from the covered porch with a commanding stone fireplace to a summer kitchen with outdoor dining under a heavy timber trellis. The chef’s kitchen opens to a large great room with vaulted ceiling and stone fireplace...

Architect designed home in Asheville

English Cottage

This new home exudes the character of an older home with distinct design elements such as unusual stone blended with brick, antique chimney pots, and elegant French doors. Yet the home has all the modern conveniences including an open plan main floor living....

Craftsman style kitchen with rich wood cabinets

Weaverville Farmhouse

Craftsman character with modified Shaker style natural cherry cabinets, local handmade tile backsplash punctuated by a quiet dark granite are the hallmarks of this farmhouse style kitchen renovation....

Bridge in backyard of mountain craftsman home

Green Built, Sustainable Craftsman

From the moment you arrive at the front door, this home offers a retreat welcoming you to come inside, kick off your shoes, and relax. Whether you are admiring the beauty of the mountains from the covered porch or by the fire in the great room, you’ll appreciate that no detail was overlooked in integrating the design of the home...

High-end build out of lower level with custom details from the Mountain Architects and Interior Designers at ACM

Biltmore Forest Lower Level

Several years after moving into their new home, this Biltmore Forest family began to expand to include significant others and grandchildren, so creating new guest and gathering spaces became a priority for family and friends to gather for holidays and events. Having worked with Amy Conner-Murphy previously, the homeowners naturally began their project with ACM Design....

Asheville Mountain Estate

180° long range mountain views looking westward from Asheville toward the Smoky Mountains are the reason this custom, architect-designed home was built on Reynolds Mountain....

South Asheville Family Home

The thoughtful changes incorporated in the renovation and additions to this home transformed a good house into a great and comfortable family home in this South Asheville home....

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Design and Build a Mountain Home?

If you’ve ever driven the Blue Ridge Parkway and dreamt of living in the Smoky Mountains or the Southern Appalachians, we’ve compiled a series of complimentary guides rich with information about designing a mountain home. Informed by our decades of experience as mountain home architects, we share expert advice about topics like building on steep slopes, terrain-specific building costs, and materials suited for withstanding the mountain weather. Our passion for creating personalized and heartfelt homes is apparent in all of our work and it is our pleasure to share our expertise with you in these free and informative guides.