Year of Completion: 2002
The programmatic layout of this 10,000 square foot Cherry Hills residence is organized in a non-traditional fashion to take advantage of the panoramic views. The spaces are organized along a central axis through which consecutive spaces are successively revealed as the occupant moves from one end of the house to the other. The bedrooms are located on the ground level and the living spaces directly above. The entry foyer is located below the elevated glass cube of the music room, and serving to link the guest suite to the main house with a staircase to a glass bridge. The connectivity of the outdoor rooms and sense of transparency provided by the expanses of glass invite the site’s naturally sculpted landscape inside.
AIA Denver - 2003 Citation Award, Built Architecture
AIA Denver – 2003 Architects Choice Award, Built Architecture