Teton County Courthouse

Driggs, Idaho

Featuring a commanding stone and brick facade, sweeping steps, and thoughtfully-integrated elements of classic design, the 21,744 square-foot Teton County Courthouse is a reflection of its purpose as well as the community that it serves. The facility was designed in three stories: a partially in-ground Garden Level, a Main Level, and an Upper Level.

Weaving together traditional and modern building materials produced a regionally classic design with modern, welcoming finishes. The building includes two courtrooms, judge’s chambers, ancillary facilities, jury facilities, county commissioner’s chambers, clerk’s office, holding cells, and a secure vehicular sallyport.

Architect of Record: Plan One Architects, Driggs | Garett Chadwick, Project Architect + Assoc. Principal | Lindsay Johnson, Interior Design