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Historic Preservation is the Conservation of our Cultural Heritage

by evstudio July 27, 2018

The practice of Historic Preservation is the conservation of our cultural heritage. Historic buildings, even when they’ve fallen to misuse and disrepair, are often important landmarks in the landscapes of our communities. In addition, many historic buildings are important chronicles of the activities and ways […]

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My Weekend in the Tiny Log Cabin

by Maciek Gesikowski January 24, 2015
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Traveling to Steamboat Springs this past weekend I stayed in a tiny log cabin in Strawberry Park Hot Springs. The entire cabin was 150sqft between the main living area and the small bedroom located on the upper level. The main area included a propane heating […]

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Cabin Addition in Conifer Colorado Slated for Construction Documents

by Kacy Landsittel May 17, 2011

On this project near Conifer, Colorado, we are designing an addition for an early 20th Century cabin that will serve as a mother-in-law home for the owners. Although the original log structure was built in the 1920’s, before the advent of our modern building codes, […]

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Off the Grid Honka Log Cabin Ready for Permit in Park County, Colorado

by Kacy Landsittel October 6, 2010

This is one of our latest Honka projects slated for building permit approval in Park County, Colorado. Near Fairplay, this cabin will be a seasonal home for our clients, the Wisecups. Because of its higher altitude location, the cabin was designed for a very high snow […]

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Hidden Wilderness Hand Hewn Log Walls Preconstructed in Bergen Park

by Kacy Landsittel September 3, 2009

This morning I stopped by the preconstruction site where the log walls for the Hidden Wilderness project are being housed, custom milled, hand hewn and put together before they are delivered to the actual construction site near Idaho Springs. As coincidence would have it, the builder Mark Claudin, […]

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