Tag Archive: details

Stair rail as design opportunity

After taking care of the code requirements for basic safety, go ahead and use the stair rails as a canvas for design. In the projects below, Boulder architect Juana Gómez creates unique pieces for… Continue reading

Boulder Library Commission

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.

Practical foyers and mud rooms

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.

Spruce House on Boulder Green Home Tour

The purpose of the Boulder Green Home Tour is to highlight some of the most innovative green building projects in Boulder and to help promote the collaborative exchange of ideas on green building… Continue reading

Warmth of wood-burning fireplaces

Fall and winter get us thinking about evenings curled up with a book or playing a game of Pictionary with the family. Pair these activities with the crackle of a fire. You won’t… Continue reading

as seen in food network

The current issue of foodNetwork Magazine’s Kitchens (October 2013) features this project in the “Now Trending” section (see below). And last week on Houzz this photo of The Meadow House was No. 1… 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

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

tree

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