Tag Archive: denver
Maybe it is just a coincidence, but I are finding that I am working on a number of projects that deploy universal access principles as a major part of the design process. If you are not familiar with this term, universal access is an outgrowth of the barrier-free design guidelines that we were all using [...]
Last weekend my family and I went to the Stock Show in Denver. Amid all the cows and horses were an amazing collection of antique tractors. Hard to get much more beautiful than these. for Jim
In the past few years I have had the opportunity to work on a number of projects that fully incorporated a live-work dynamic as a fundamental part of the house. More than simply a home office, a fully-utilized live-work program creates a kind of tension of use and privacy that most homes in the last [...]
a look at Woody Allen’s film Sleeper and the place establishing shots of building from around Denver and Boulder, especially NCAR by I.M. Pei, the Brenton House by Charles Haertling and the Sleeper House by Charles Deaton
a quick look at Arapahoe Acres, a mid-century modern residential development in Englewood, Colorado, just south of Denver
an update on the sales status of the Phipps Mansion and the adjacent tennis pavilion with a comment about the house and its future.
The University of Denver is putting up for sale the Phipps Mansion and Tennis Pavilion. A few brief comments on the future of the property, preservation and change.
multi-family residential infill project in the Five Points neighborhood of Denver, Colorado, by M. Gerwing Architects