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In the heart of the Rocky Mountains, amidst one of Colorado's most unspoilt landscapes, a villa for three generations takes shape. For this project, noa* network of architecture reinterprets the iconic A- frame typology and turns it into a sophisticated sequence of private and communal spaces, where the whole family's needs can be accommodated.
Project name
Colorado Villa
Architecture firm
noa* network of architecture
Location
Rocky Mountains, Colorado, USA
Perched on the hillside, with panoramic views of Snowmass Mountain, the Owl Creek residence was built on the idea that a physical place can deepen the connections between friends, families and the natural world.
Project name
Owl Creek Ski House
Architecture firm
Skylab Architecture
Location
Snowmass, Colorado, USA
Photography
Robert Reck, Stephen Miller, Jeremy Bittermann
The Rocky Mountain House #1 is a 2000 square feet Nordic style house with 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths located in the outskirts of Carbodale, Colorado. A creek front property with a bird sanctuary in the backyard. A sustainable home which explores a new way of living with smaller spaces and the idea of economic sustainability.
Project name
Rocky Mountain House #1 (Tiscornia Residence)
Architecture firm
Forma Arquitectura
Location
Carbondale, Colorado, United States
Photography
Dylan Brown
Efficiency Lab for Architecture PLLC, a firm comprising a team of architects, planners, designers, and educators committed to a better understanding of efficiency in the built environment, is proud to unveil the Telluride Glass House, nestled into the steep cliffs of the Telluride Box Canyon in Colorado.
Project name
Telluride House
Architecture firm
Efficiency Lab for Architecture
Location
Telluride Box Canyon, Colorado, United States
Photography
Josh Johnson
After purchasing the lot set among the aspens in Woody Creek, Colorado and overlooking the Roaring Fork River, the owners knew they wanted a modern, grown-up “tree house”. In collaboration with Studio B, a design program was set to not only create a house that appeared to live amongst the trees but that would also serve as a gallery for its eclecti...
Project name
Woody Creek
Architecture firm
180 Degrees Design + Build in collaboration with Studio B
Location
Woody Creek, Colorado, USA
Photography
An Pham Photography