Interior Design

Social Networks for Design Inspiration

by evstudio March 27, 2018

Surely you’ve heard of Pinterest by now; it’s the social media website that allows users to virtually “pin” images and links that they find inspiring, from delicious looking recipes to captivating architectural masterpieces. Pinterest has provided both designers and homeowners a place to collect information […]

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How to Pick the Right Compact Fluorescent Bulb Color

by EVstudio AEP March 8, 2018

Hi, Lisa. I really want to save energy by using compact fluorescent bulbs in some of my light fixtures, but the last batch I bought was an awful cold blue color that made me feel funny.  How can I avoid making the same $9 mistake every time?   […]

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Hot Trends in Apartments -Part 2- Kitchens

by EVstudio AEP February 16, 2018
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This is the second installment of what we are hearing and seeing in Apartment design both at seminars and in the field. As you might notice, much of what is happening in single family residential design is also finding its way into the Multi-family world.  […]

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EVstudio and Virtual Reality- the next wave of design innovation

by Riley Sloan February 9, 2018

After a long research period, our VR teams at EVstudio are finally working to implement virtual reality into some of our recent projects.  Here at EVstudio, Virtual Reality has been a common discussion topic around the office, and while a lot of us still don’t […]

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A Jacques Benedict Treasure Visualized

by EVstudio AEP December 14, 2017
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As a continuation of our floor plan revisions to the Mansion on Olive Street in Denver we also visualized some of the key rooms. As the architect I worked closely with our in-house interior design team and the owner on helping everyone visualize the interior […]

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Project Spotlight: DU Centennial Halls & Towers

by Macy Andre December 14, 2017
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Throwback Thursday- Higher Ed Renovation Designing a space for a specific demographic can pose unique challenges. DU Centennial Halls & Towers were meant to be a place for young minds to thrive, and throughout time the design of these spaces needed an update. While the […]

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Construction complete on custom home design in Harker Heights Texas

by EVstudio AEP November 30, 2017
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The Hadley Residence is a 3,400 square foot, Energy Star certified, custom home EV Studio designed in collaboration with DPD Custom Homes. It is a beautiful, single story, stone and stucco home located in the lake front community of The Springs of the Escarpment, Harker […]

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SXSW Office Layout SketchUp Model

by Kayla Harmon November 29, 2017
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I was asked to create some renderings for our client’s space at SXSW for marketing purposes. They already had the space picked out which had an existing layout. The layout consisted of a kitchen and living area for a social gathering focal point, two restrooms […]

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Project Spotlight: Modern Highlands Home

by Macy Andre October 19, 2017
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Throw Back Thursday- Residential Renaissance   EVstudio’s custom designed homes are some of the most ambitious and one of a kind projects that we love to design. This house in particular shows off how brilliant a home can turn out when you have engineers and […]

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Project Spotlight: Barrels & Bottles Brewery

by Macy Andre September 28, 2017
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Throw Back Thursday- Remembering A Good Brew   Zach and Abby George came to EVstudio with a dream of starting up Barrels and Bottles, their craft brewery. Like many small business owners know, finding a space that fits the needs of the business and is […]

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Residence Hall Lobby Update at University of Denver

by EVstudio AEP August 25, 2017
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Last summer we complete the remodel of the main level of a residence hall for the University of Denver. Before the renovation the main floor was a sparsely populated space. Now the main floor is a hub of activity with students hanging out, studying and meeting with […]

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The ADA, ICC/ANSI A117.1 and Kitchen Sinks in Break Rooms

by EVstudio AEP August 15, 2017

Building codes and guidelines are always full of exceptions and variations on a theme and the Americans with Disabilities Act is no different. The ADA was first created in 1990. It is designed to protect against discrimination based on disability. The act has five titles […]

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