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With ACI, we have been working on a very interesting project in South Boulder.  The scope of work is an interior-only renovation of a stereotypical single-story ranch house. With a limited budget, we have focused the attention of the project into a few critical areas of daily living – creating a single large room to […]

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I am giving a public talk on February 19th on a brief history of Modern Architecture in Boulder at the public library Canyon Theater.  I have given a version of this talk in the past, with emphasis on preservation of the recent past.  This time around I have rewritten the focus of the talk to […]

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  As I have probably spoken about in previous posts, we draw no real distinction between architecture and interiors.  They are all a part of crafting a series of spaces that are made of various materials that make up a building.  To that extent, we spend as much time, and often considerably more, choosing interior […]

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a brief look at the roof and its use a design element in architecture, its disappearance with modernism and then reappearance over the last few years

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In celebration of National Poetry Month, Pablo Neruda’s The Stones: Stones, boulders, crags … Perhaps they were fragments of a deafening explosion.  Or stalagmites that were once submerged, or hostile fragments of the full moon, or quartz that changed destiny, or statues that time and the wind broke into pieces or kneaded into shapes, or […]

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M. Gerwing Architects has been in existence for six years as of April 1st. No foolin’. In that time we have executed a number of interesting projects, ones that benefited from that remarkable alchemy of open-minded clients, intriguing sites and managed budgets. (Photos of projects by Boulder architect M. Gerwing Architects) Of course, along the […]

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