One of our clients likes to build smaller, affordable homes that he can keep as rentals. With this project he had a relatively narrow lot and we needed to create a narrower plan with the rooms stretching out from front to back. The finished […]
In addition to the many large custom homes that we design and engineer at EVstudio we also put together a fair number of smaller homes. This floor plan comes from a speculative investment home that we designed for an affordable lot in Denver. In only […]
At EVstudio we design a wide variety of houses from the very small to the very large. This is an example of an affordable 1,100 sf home that we designed. The house includes a covered porch, a living room and kitchen with separate dining. It […]
I had a chance to tour the model unit at the Englewood Senior Affordable Housing building on Pennsylvania and thought I’d share this photograph. I designed all of the unit plans for this project when I worked at Odell Architects prior to starting EVstudio.
I was in Thornton this morning and took a few pictures of The Overlook at Thornton apartment complex. It is an affordable housing project run by the Adams County Housing Authority. The total complex is 160 units and a community building. In 2006, EVstudio did […]
I attended a meeting of the newly re-formed Building Committee for Blue Spruce Habitat for Humanity last night. We talked a lot about the issues that they’ve had in the past with Architects and their drawings. They hadn’t seen the set that we just completed […]
The AIA Denver Housing Committee is a forum for architects who specialize in designing residential building types, such as single-family, multi-family and lofts. The committee follows current issues that address codes, government regulations, evolving technology and current housing trends, including green building in housing. The […]
"No other architect that we have engaged has ever displayed such tireless dedication to meeting (and surpassing) client requirements and timelines, and offering ongoing advice and support during the construction phase." - Ethan Dulsky, Timberwood Development