This existing 1939 residence was remodeled and transformed from a simple brick structure. The house is located in Denver’s historic Parkhill neighborhood. The project was designed in the Prarie Style Arts and Crafts style. Originally designed as a 70 s.f. entry addition, the project expanded into a larger one. A new widened entry stair and gable entry porch, a wrap around terrace, new gabled roof overhang including a second floor expansion were designed in a close colloboration between the Owner/contractor and architect. Custom wood beams, columns and woodwork, crafted metal handrails and metal connectors, and light fixtures were designed. Stickley inspired furnishings were also fabricated in the Owner’s shop. An Asian influence incorporating natural earth tone colors is evident.
Photography: Andrew Kramer