Jackson Hole Prefab private villa is constructed according to the project of the architectural design studio named Chris Pardo Design: Elemental Architecture. It has found its place at one of the oldest ski resorts of the USA, namely at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Wyoming, the USA. The house of 2,782 square feet (260 sq. meters) consists of six modules, produced by Method Homes company. Such approach allowed to build the house in a cost-effective and quick way. This compact and elegant building looks welcoming and cozy on the background of mountain scene. Its façade is covered with cedar and Hardie panels. The house was created intentionally for family rest. Two main stories accommodate glamourous living room, unified with kitchen and dining room, as well as four bedrooms and bathrooms. The bedroom, restroom, wine hall and home cinema were placed at the basement level. The interior contains features of modern style. Opened planning, variety of geometric forms, bright colour emphasizes and hi-tech solutions provide comfort and atmosphere of wide open spaces and freshness. Due to big fenestration surface and open verandas it feels like the nature is present in every room of this villa.