|Original front entry, now undergoing reconstruction.|
Here is what it looks like today with work in progress:
|Stucco is removed; decks and original greenhouse are gone.|
|Plywood protects openings that led to original greenhouse.|
Orignal multi-level decks are removed.
|Perspective showing original house in background, new atrium (replacing greenhouse) on left,|
new guest house on right., new deck in foreground.
|New exterior elevations. Completed house will be Wisconsin limestone and stucco.|
|Main level floor plan with new additions shaded.|
The original house won a MAME award for House of the Year and was published in The Rocky Mountain News.
Updates of the finished project will appear on this blog in 2013.
|The Rocky Mountain News.|
We are aided in this effort by interior architect Claus Ranemacher, New York City. The structural engineer is Foothills Engineering, Boulder, Colorado. The builder is Mark Manley, Golden, Colorado.