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Navigating The Highlands at Breckenridge Design Guidelines with an Architect

by Dean Dalvit, AIA, PE February 16, 2018

I have been involved with a number of projects in The Highlands at Breckenridge, and this post centers specifically around navigating the design review process in the most expedient way possible. First thing to note here: all design review processes will take time, and sometimes […]

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Navigating the Design and Permitting Process for a Mountain Home

by Dean Dalvit, AIA, PE June 1, 2015

We provide Architectural design, Engineering, Surveying and Real Estate services for residential projects all along the Rocky Mountain Region, and there is no doubt that while permitting a mountain home has a lot in common with its urban counterparts, there are a few issues that are unique […]

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EVstudio Designers Take on a 14er Mountain Challenge

by EVstudio AEP September 30, 2013
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On Saturday, the EVstudio banner was taken to new heights (14,270’ to be exact).  An adventurous group representing many of EV’s disciplines and offices embarked on a climb into the great Colorado Mountains to enjoy some fresh, albeit thin air and breathtaking views. We met up […]

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Organic Mountain Modern Floor Plan

by Sean O'Hara, AIA, LEED AP August 28, 2010

One of our current projects is a series of modern homes with highly sustainable features. This is one of the floor plans from the series. Features of the Organic Modern Home include: •    An engineered structural system to eliminate thermal bridging •    Smaller footprint with […]

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Mountain Modern Project Core Sustainable Concepts

by evstudio March 24, 2009

The Mountain Modern Residence is a proposed speculative residence designed for  Tomskin and demonstrating EVstudio’s full understanding of green systems, design and technologies. It is a prototype design that the client wishes to reproduce at a normal market price point. The client is currently looking […]

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