Called the Upside Down House because of its reversed arrangement of upper-floor living rooms and ground-floor bedrooms, its configuration allows for greater solar access and enjoyment of the view of Boulder’s Flatirons from up high.
Resting at the base of Mt. Sanitas, the Upside Down House features natural stone, steel, and wood, giving the home a, rustic, earthy, yet modern-day feel. The home features three bedrooms on the ground floor. Along with the sleeping quarters, is a common room that can be used for entertainment, exercise, or extra guests. Above the main level, is the grand room – the home’s main pavilion. The space functions as living, dining, and kitchen areas.