Project Description

Flood Damaged Remodel

Flood Damaged Remodel

This Newlands Neighborhood home was heavily damaged by a landslide during the Boulder flood in 2013. Mud and rock destroyed much of the interior and even flowed down the stairs to the rooms below.

The emphasis of the remodel was to redesign the living room and kitchen. The windows and doors were replaced with much larger units opening the views to the beautiful landscape. The fireplace in the living room was relocated and cladded in patina steel. A lift raises and lowers a large metal panel that hides the TV.

Location
Boulder, Colorado
Photography
Andrew Pogue Photography

Flood Damaged Remodel

Bear Peak, a picturesque summit in the Front Range Mountains, has long been a fresh-air getaway for Boulderites. Its location is close enough to downtown Boulder for commuting and removed enough to enjoy some peace and quiet after a day at work. But many of the homes in the area resemble cheap timber lodges—and that worn-out look wasn’t what this tech industry, start-up couple had in mind for themselves.

Our team preserved the best aspects of the original house and improved up the rest – transforming the ”funky 70s mountain lodge” to the mountain-modern home the clients wanted. This mountain retreat reflects a harmonious flow between indoors and out that makes it perfectly in tune with its surrounding natural environment. The architecture and design are characterized by a rustic-modern aesthetic that meshes beautifully with the site. Every detail was well planned and articulated, celebrating the mountain lifestyle these homeowners yearn for.

Location
Boulder, Colorado
Photography
Andrew Pogue Photography