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Historic Longmont Home Addition

The Emery Street residence was built when the town Longmont was in its infancy, sometime between 1870-1890. Because of its age and character, the modest 1,200 square foot home was designated as a historic landmark. Our first task in the remodel was to return the home to its historic character by removing late 20th century [...]Read More >

Windcliff Modern

After walking a number of open lots of varying features - some wooded, some open - and discussing with us the pros and cons of each; our clients settled on a steep lot on the west side of town with incredible views into Rocky Mountain National Park.  The feeling one can get in this area [...]Read More >

Clauser-Storer Ranch

Our clients owned an important portion of the original Clauser-Storer Ranch in Estes, with a number of structures dating back to the late 1800’s, including the original homestead. The owners loved the cabin, but it was definitely a summer only residence and they wished to build a permanent home on the property. BAS1S was retained initially [...]Read More >

Devil’s Gulch Residence

Sited in a cluster of trees across a wide meadow overlooking a pond, this house was influenced by many vacations spent by the owners in a small cabin in town. While large enough to house the entire extended family and entertain friends, we always tried to keep the intimate feel of the cabin experience in [...]Read More >

Prospect Remodel

Prospect New Town in Longmont, Colorado was named “America’s Coolest Neighborhood” by Dwell Magazine. However, even houses in the coolest neighborhood need some updating. That’s where we came in. "The new kitchen has transformed the entire space and our attitude about the house."    - Homeowner Responsible Redesign The kitchen in this modern house had [...]Read More >

Wonderview House

The owners wanted a small house with a lot of thought given to the details. We selected the craftsman style as a starting point, fitting for the mountain environment, but also for another reason. Since the craftsman movement was influenced by Asian architecture, it would provide an appropriate setting for the owners collection of Asian [...]Read More >

Sleepy Hollow

We were approached by a local builder to design a speculative house on a heavily wooded, sloping site. Since the site did not afford fantastic views of the mountains, the design of the house would play an even more important role in selling the final product. "Their knowledge of materials and attention to detail was [...]Read More >

Solstice House

The clients wanted a modern, high quality home on a very tight budget. Every room was specifically designed to accommodate its requirements exactly, with no excess. The design takes advantage of the gentle slope and southern orientation, rising out of the ground towards the sun and views. The sloping roof evokes a mountain ridgeline, climbing [...]Read More >

Meadowdale Ranch

Meadowdale Lodge was the tenth house for the home owners, but the first they had ever built. They hired us to help them put together all the things they wanted in a space but that also reflected their history, values, and lifestyle. One of the most prominent features of the 5,050 square foot house is the “mine shaft” [...]Read More >