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    Colorado Mountain Home in Aspen

    A stacked-log Colorado mountain house is a year-round retreat and takes its cues from the great lodges of the western United States.

     
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    EHDA Grand Award: Phantom Canyon Ranch

    Nestled inside Colorado's Phantom Canyon Ranch Preserve, the LEED-Gold home offers unobstructed views of the Rocky Mountains.

     
  • venice beach lofts, venice, calif.

    Steven Ehrlich Architects' design for this four-unit loft project caught the judges' attention with its high level of livability.

     
  • casas de rio grande, del norte, colo.

    Sometimes limitations can produce poetic results. Take Del Norte, Colo., affordable senior housing community Casas de Rio Grande, where Ron Faleide, AIA, used budget constraints as a framework for the building's clever floor plan.

     
  • wildcat ridge residence, snowmass, colo.

    Bartholomew Voorsanger, FAIA, says this 200-acre site in Snowmass, Colo., is “easily one of the most spectacular I've worked on.”

     
  • bluff calling

    The restaurateurs who own this Colorado home wanted a house that could absorb entertaining on a grand scale while also serving as a quiet refuge for their family of six. A 12-acre parcel of ranchland edged by sandstone bluffs gives them the peace they see

     
  • the museum residences, denver

    Designed by Studio Daniel Libeskind, Architect with Davis Partnership Architects, The Museum Residences complements the extension to the Denver Art Museum, acr

     
  • the wellington neighborhood, breckenridge, colo.

    The Wellington Neighborhood stands out not only for its architecture and master plan but also for its reclamation of a truly hardscrabble site. Previously home to a dredge mining operation, the land was severely damaged and pocked by great boulders.

     
  • belle creek, commerce city, colo.

    Arlo Braun wanted to design a community that integrated types and prices of homes on a "finer grain" than most planned developments.

     
  • paradise loft

    Before Semple Brown Design got to it, this downtown Denver loft in a former saddle factory counted as many minuses as it did plusses. Original exposed-brick walls and cast iron–clad timber pillars defined its 1,530 square feet of space, giving it the lived-in patina that makes lofts such a hot...

     
 
 
 
 
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