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EVstudio Luxury Mountain Home in Evergreen For Sale

by Dean Dalvit September 29, 2018
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We had the pleasure of working on a Luxury Mountain Home with an enterprising client and contractor that is now on the market for the discriminating buyer to own. The property is in Evergreen, Colorado and the full listing on realtor.com can be found here: […]

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Cantilevered Stair in Modern Home

by EVstudio AEP August 13, 2018
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I swung by one of my projects today to see how things were coming along. The last time I was there the stairs to the upper level were temped in. Today the steel frame for the cantilevered stairs shone in all its glory. At one […]

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Top Ten Unique Homeowner Requested Rooms

by Sean O'Hara August 13, 2018
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As you might expect, as architects who design custom homes (among other things) we get a lot of interesting requests. Frequently they come from a client with the preface “I know this is a strange request”. But hey, you’re doing a custom home for a […]

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Buying Land to Build? You MUST Do These 8 Key Things Before You Close:

by Dean Dalvit August 13, 2018
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EVstudio has been involved in a great number of projects and a wide variety of situations involving our clients that for one reason or another didn’t quite fully complete their due diligence when purchasing their property. It’s an easy trap to fall in to – […]

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Cub Creek Ranch Mountain Modern Home Complete

by Kacy Landsittel August 6, 2018

The Cub Creek Ranch home combines traditional exterior materials of rustic wood, stone, and corrugated metal with modern geometric forms and massing. This modern aesthetic leaves much of the structure exposed. Steel I-beams, columns and a steel c-channel moment frame inform the structural stability while […]

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Custom Home Virtual Flyover – Evergreen Colorado

by Kacy Landsittel May 11, 2018

This is a brief animation flyover of a custom designed home which is currently under construction in Evergreen, Colorado. With the use of the tool “walkthrough” in our Revit design software, we are able to play cinematographer, from a low budget architectural perspective anyway, and […]

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Building Non-Traditional Residential Structures in Colorado: A Yurt Mission

by Samantha Coleman December 7, 2017
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Welcome to my new adventure blog on building non-traditional residential structures in Colorado. As an associate with EVstudio(an architecture and engineering firm), I hope to use my knowledge and expertise to help navigate the ins and outs of building my outside the box dream home, […]

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Custom Residential Exteriors

by EVstudio AEP November 30, 2017
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This home was completed in time for the Holidays but due to the weather we have been having this year it took a long time to get photographs scheduled. We are excited to show them to you now. Once spring rolls around and the koi […]

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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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Construction Cost Per Square Foot for Single Family Custom Residential Homes 2015

by Dean Dalvit May 15, 2017
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In a continued effort to try to set client expectations as appropriately as possible at the start of a project, I have embarked on a research project that aggregates real data on new homes recently built. The result is a conceptual pricing tool that can […]

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Challenges of a Downhill Mountain Lot

by Dean Dalvit June 10, 2016
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With a studio in the mountains west of Denver, we are very familiar with steep mountain lots. Many of the sites we have to work with drop off very quickly from the road and don’t mellow out until well below any reasonable elevation for a […]

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A Foggy View of a Finished Genesee Residence

by Bill Myhren May 17, 2016
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This weekend I was able to visit and photograph a house that I designed in Genesee. The house was completed in December, so it was fun to see the house after the owners had occupied it. The house is approximately 4,500 Square Feet (3,500 finished) […]

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