Flood

Flood update fall equinox: work begins on foot bridge over Bear Creek In the past week Boulder County was the epicenter for torrential rains and 100-year flooding that has affected the northeast quadrant… Continue reading

Show Your Intention

This week Houzz.com features a project by Lawrence and Gómez Architects in their article Know Your House: Interior Door Parts and Styles. “There’s so much more to a door than just the plain… Continue reading

Liberty bathed in light

Happy Fourth of Ju ly

Twelve Days in NYC

Early this month Juana Gómez of Lawrence and Gómez Architects traveled to New York City for a certification training in passive building design. The course took place at Parsons New School’s 5th Avenue… Continue reading

Rawhide and Cosmos and Vista

Rawhide is the name of the 6 X 24 textured porcelain floor tile in this bathroom. Thank you to all those who visited the projects on the I Have A Dream house tour… Continue reading

Wild wood

Click to see this project on Houzz. Detail of the kitchen island counter top contrasts the simple, clean lines of the cabinets against the natural edge of this top. The material was harvested… Continue reading

Roofers’ advantage

Boulder Roofing takes advantage of sunny weather in between snow storms as they dry-in the entryway huts at the Reservoir Gateway project.

Frost paints a landscape

With high temperatures hovering around zero, frost paints a landscape of evergreens and hills on this garage glass. Click title for more.  

tree

  This reusable Christmas tree created by architect Philip Lawrence                                   could hardly be called artificial  … Continue reading

Green building accreditation

Lawrence and Gómez Architects are pleased to announce that Juana Gómez has completed the requirements for re-accreditation in LEED AP Homes. As one of only two architects in Boulder and only five in… Continue reading