The Denver Art Museum recently sent out a request for proposals for a 2014 Summer Installation in DAM’s main plaza. WORKSHOP8 had fun pulling ideas from all over: Geodesic domes, metal tubing walls, undulating green topography, tape webs- we covered it all! After lots of brainstorming and filtering, we pulled together our ideas and materials […]
wishing you a sweet 2014 Valentines Day! from our team C Joseph Vigil IV architect jv DeSousa architect Ulla Lange interior designer V Brandy LeMae managing partner Ugljesa Janjic architect Ann Marie Jackson interior designer Nathan Stark architectural designer Emily Axtman intern architect Graham Bowman intern architect Alex Chavez intern architect Gaby Crespo intern architect In […]
That was my motto when designing the interior of this delightful 290 SF guest cottage in the Mapleton Historic District in Boulder. A former garage was converted into a relaxing, yet fun studio space that is enjoyed by the home owners and their guests alike. Small spaces work best, if clearly defined. Combining both striped […]
WORKSHOP8 is psyched to add Alex Chavez and Gaby Crespo to our team of hard working, dedicated designers! Gaby and Alex are are seniors in CU’s Environmental Design Program and members of the Designers Without Boundaries (DWB) Program. DWB is an academic scholarship program for first-generation and underrepresented students in the Environmental Design Program. The […]
1365 Norwood was a remodel and addition project designed for a Boulder family interested in expanding their home to include a second story addition, exterior remodel with new windows, and updated kitchen and bathrooms. I especially love the Wyoming snow fence from Centennial Woods on the exterior. Photo credit: Daniel O’Connor Just as this snow fence has gotten better […]
W8 Origami: 1. Click on the grid above to view in your browser, take a screen shot and print. 2. Cut along the blue guidelines. 3. Fold along the white lines and white tabs. 4. Glue the white tabs to the adjacent blue squares. 5. Enjoy your new house!
Back in August, I shared some construction photos with you of the South Lowell Apartments, for the Denver Housing Authority. Just in time for the holidays, I have some final “glam shots” to share. South Lowell took a 1970’s era, courtyard style apartment building, in need of intense repair, and re-vamped the existing 68 units, […]
OK, so maybe that statement isn’t entirely true; sure, it takes a lot more than just design to make big changes in our world today, but what if that was our approach and attitude towards architecture? That our design work could actually change the world, small pieces at a time, for the better. I first […]