Architecture

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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EVstudio Featured in 2015 Parade of Luxury Homes

by Dean Dalvit May 20, 2015
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LIV SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY ANNOUNCES PARADE OF LUXURY HOMES, EVERGREEN EVstudio’s Silver Rock Manor at 1295 Silver Rock Lane featured as final stop in the Parade. For more information, see www.evergreenluxuryparade.com In an effort to promote the incredible lifestyle experience of living in Evergreen, Colorado, LIV Sotheby’s International Realty […]

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Belcaro Neighborhood Custom Home Nearing Completion

by Anthony Ries May 10, 2015
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The final touches are being applied to a EVstudio Custom Home in the Belcaro Neighborhood. This home is a rare find in Denver with a large lot and great accessibility to the Cherry Creek area. Originally built in the mid fifties we reconfigured the house […]

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Modern Mountain Home in Evergreen Colorado Nearing Completion

by Dean Dalvit April 20, 2015

We’re very excited to be seeing the completion of a modern mountain home we designed in Evergreen Colorado near completion. The Certificate of Occupancy was recently released and the owners are moving in. EVstudio provided all of the Architecture, Structural and Civil Engineering on this […]

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Development Basics: Design Matters

by Dean Dalvit March 27, 2015
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Rarely do you have an opportunity to see how good Design has a direct impact on the bottom line. EVstudio designed the multifamily project on the left and it sold out in record time. Both of these projects were permitted within weeks of each other […]

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Progress Update on Modern Home in the Mountains

by Anthony Ries March 18, 2015
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One of the greatest parts of being an architect or engineer is seeing a building come out of the ground. I recently toured a modern home project of ours which is under construction. This view is from the southwest corner of the home. The main […]

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Mount Air Townhomes Steel in Place

by Anthony Ries March 15, 2015
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The Mount Air Town Homes are quickly going up along 10th Avenue just west of Wadsworth Boulevard. These 6 town homes are divided into two buildings of three units. Since the lot is long and narrow we kept the main floor efficient. It only consists […]

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Interesting Insights on Architecture That Can Repair Itself

by Dean Dalvit February 13, 2015

Most people  don’t realize that there is a growing  body of research in the world of architecture based on biologic solutions to our built environment. This particular video by Rachel Armstrong from TED.com discusses technologies that are currently being researched that would actually use living […]

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Evergreen Custom Residence : Fireplace Design Options

by Kayla Harmon February 12, 2015
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Traditional interior architectural design focuses on simplicity and attention to detail. By incorporating natural, warm colors with these components, you are left with a form of elegance that captures the sense of comfort in any home. I have been working on a custom home in […]

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Top 10 “Alternative” Construction Methods

by Dean Dalvit January 31, 2015

There is a lot of conventional wisdom out there about what is “typical” for building construction practices. While the collective experience of available labor and availability of materials tends to drive how things get designed and built, it is important not to get stymied by routine practices. […]

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Two at EVstudio quoted in Eco-Structure Magazine

by Anthony Ries January 24, 2015

Our very own Anthony J. Ries, AIA, LEED BD+C and Lisa A. Barter, RA, NCIDQ, LEED AP were recently interviewed for an article on Tubular Daylighting Devices. Their expertise in the area of daylighting coupled with prior articles written for www.EVstudio.com/blog brought the attention of magazine. The […]

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Mountain House Framing Progress in the Fog

by Katelyn Wager January 18, 2015
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I recently visited the site of one of our custom mountain homes.  The exterior finishes are almost complete, and the interior walls are waiting for drywall.  Unfortunately I went up on a foggy day, so I wasn’t able to capture the wonderful view that this […]

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