Funky townhouse design with splashes of red

By Kim McFayden 4 years agoNo Comments

Arch11 architecture collaborated with construction firm Boulder and Denver to design and construct this triple townhouse project. Built on a small lot in a funky light industrial area near the centre of Boulder, the architects designed each townhouse to capture views of the surrounding landscape, carefully ensuring equity of views and square footage for each household. The modern design gracefully knits together each client’s desires within a cohesive language of form and materials while the interiors are reflective of the three client’s personalities. In addition to private outdoor space, the three townhomes share outdoor dining space. The entry paths to each are designed to foster casual interaction between the occupants. The townhouses are a great example of the future of sustainable land use, design and living.


Favourite feature: the stairs! What’s your favourite feature? Please comment below..


[Photography by Raul Garcia]

  ARCHITECTURE, brick/render, concrete, elements, materials, metal, sustainable design
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 Kim McFayden

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