Denver, Colorado
The new porch and walks are clad in buff sandstone, complemented by new landscaping. New brick sitewalls are reminiscent of the original.
The entry walk and porch, prior to replacement.
The front of the existing fireplace was replaced with a mahogany and granite surround, and granite hearth. The mahogany front door, also custom designed, has translucent glass to provide both privacy and daylight.

Entered through mahogany and glass doors, the library has custom, floor-to-ceiling mahogany cabinetry on three walls.

A house built in 1930, in the Park Hill neighborhood of Denver, has been incrementally renovated to give it new life as a contemporary home. In an ongoing collaboration with the home’s owner, the improvements have honored the character of the original, while providing new spaces and imparting fresh elements.


Multiple projects addressed both the exterior and interior. The deteriorated entry walk and front porch were completely replaced with new construction, comprised of buff sandstone slabs and new brick sitewalls. New landscaping was included, as well. Interior projects include the conversion of a small bedroom into a library; a new fireplace surround; and the complete renovation of a bathroom. New custom interior and exterior doors, and custom mahogany trim were also designed. 

The original bathroom was stripped down to the stud and joist framing, and then completely rebuilt. Features include glass floor tile, ceramic wall tile, Corian vanity and a custom door.

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