The Prairie Style Home

by evstudio July 1, 2015

The Prairie Style is often associated with Frank Lloyd Wright and the Arts and Crafts Movement of the early 1900s.  One of his finest examples was the Robie House with its dramatic overhangs, stretches of art glass windows, open floor plan, and sweeping horizontal lines […]

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The Clubhouse at Fairway Villas for Oakwood Homes

by Bill Foster June 29, 2015
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In the clubhouse, there is an exercise room, multi-purpose rooms for the many clubs and planned activities, kitchen/bar, dining area, grand room for gatherings or just relaxing, an outdoor kitchen and dining terrace, spa, indoor and outdoor pools, patio and an event lawn overlooking the golf […]

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New Architectural Design – “Off-Grid Living”

by Kayla Harmon June 29, 2015
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The new age of futuristic living is just around the corner. Technology is ever growing, making the idea of robots, hover cars and livable space crafts more of a possibility in today’s world. The “ecocapsule”, designed by Nice Architects is a low-energy living space with […]

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Mid-roof Inspection Engineer including Jefferson County and Westminster

by Sean O'Hara June 17, 2015

EVstudio can provide a mid-roof inspection for Colorado roofing projects, even if you’ve completed too much. Billed hourly, painless process and quick service. 303.670.7242 x4.

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Top 10 Effective Techniques for Working With a Building Department on Permits

by Sean O'Hara June 10, 2015

Construction projects in most jurisdictions will need to be signed off by the building department in that jurisdiction. Even for the most experienced architects and engineers, there is a chance of having review comments put forth. The trick is knowing the most effective way to […]

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Top 10 Movie Architects

by Bill Foster June 1, 2015

As part of the Summer movie season, one of our principals suggested some blogs on the lighter side of things. So without too much intro I thought I would tackle the topic of searching out some of the better known Architect Roles in famous films in […]

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Jeffco 2009 IRC Quick Code Check

by Kacy Landsittel June 1, 2015

I came across this portion of Jefferson County’s website, Quick Code Check, that is a very helpful, sort of an abridged, 2009 IRC. It is basically a few key excerpts from the code book that contain some of the most basic and common code issues […]

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NAIOP Project Renderings

by Kayla Harmon May 21, 2015
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I volunteered to help out with some renderings for the NAIOP Project. This project is a part of the Rocky Mountain Real Estate Challenge, an annual event between the Colorado University and Denver University real estate graduate program. Each school is broken down into different […]

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3639 Raleigh Street Custom Denver Home

by Anthony Ries May 20, 2015
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Another great custom home is nearing completion. The exterior is mostly finished and dried in. The hardwood floors are in place as well as the stairs. One of the great features of this home is the exterior design. Situated on a corner lot this home […]

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Denver Townhomes and Accessibility Points: Part 1 of a Series

by EVstudio AEP May 19, 2015
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When individuals, and developers alike, contemplate taking on the construction of a new project, there are many aspects that must be considered. While most know the basic that need to be covered (who will the team consist of, what type of budget is allowable, who […]

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Denver Residence – Addition to Main Level and Basement

by Kayla Harmon May 19, 2015
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This is my first project working at EVstudio where I had the opportunity to work architecturally from start to finish. It consists of a main level and basement addition, each around 1,000 square feet. One of our Architect’s and I first met with the clients and […]

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Architect and Engineer With Same Day Service

by Sean O'Hara May 16, 2015

When you call looking for an architect or engineer to help you with your building project you may want quick answers. At EVstudio, when you call you’re able to speak to a licensed engineer or architect right away and we are often able to arrange […]

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