We are so proud of the wonderful feature published in the Fall issue of Modern in Denver magazine… It’s all about our Sunset House and how HMH blurred the lines between indoor and outdoor living.
Bringing the outdoors in is hardly a new concept. But this rectilinear home, perched on one of the highest hills north of downtown Boulder, goes a step further: it also brings the indoors out.
For a family of four who love to bicycle, kayak and take advantage of the Colorado lifestyle, connecting their living space to the natural environment was a high priority. “The challenge was making the interior spaces feel like they were outdoors,” said Cherie Goff, who achieved that effect mainly through large sliders and accordion doors that replaced walls separating the dining and living rooms from the spaces outside.