When interviewing for a seat on the Boulder Public Library Commission, Juana mentioned her work on the architectural team that designed the Denver Central Library.
Gaining even 6″ in a tight foyer can make a big difference in how well it functions. Here are some examples of added, expanded, and new foyer and mud rooms.
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
Take advantage of the space between buildings to locate a courtyard. In the late summer, shade and plantings mix with paved areas to provide spaces for entertainment or for quiet contemplation. An outdoor… Continue reading
A summer of frequent 100-plus degree days underlines the need for cooling strategies. Turning on the air conditioner, evaporative cooler, or even the electric fans should be the last resort. Here are some… Continue reading
Every new house and remodel can be Green. Don’t hesitate to add sustainable features to your project. Green comes in every shade and style. Enhanced by clerestory day-lighting throughout, this house earns 5… Continue reading
Golden leaves falling on freshly finished concrete patio Pouring a slab isn’t as easy as pouring a slab. For best results, a concrete slab should be planned, designed, and engineered. “It can be… Continue reading
Bright blue aluminum chairs can evoke the seaside by their simple juxtaposition against galvanized corrugated metal and weathered wood decking. Our firm designed the addition to this house in Colorado, contrasting the existing… Continue reading
Two contemporary versions of traditional standards The craftsman detailing of this front porch complements the varied colors and textures of a freshly made potato salad.
As seen in the current issue of Boulder County Home and Garden (Spring 2011) Feature Remodel: The Modern (Not Massive) Ranch – Click on the images to read more Excerpt: This ranch home… Continue reading