28 JAN 16 | does size really matter?

what’s the deal with micro housing anyway? Living small may seem like a new trend, but it really isn’t. Remember that college dorm room you lived in or the first studio apartment you rented after college? Living small could free you up from being buried by too much stuff and give you the opportunity get […]

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modern in october

Opening night of the Month of Modern was a hit!  The “Colorado Modern: Past, Present & Future” discussion was held at Galvanize in Boulder and the place was packed. Attendees included design professionals, contractors, students, clients, and one sassy moderator. Why is everybody interested in modern design? Is it the latest fad or is it […]

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welcome kate!

We just keep growing! Last week I blogged about our new student intern, Adam Meis, now I want to tell you about Kate. After our beloved interior design partner, Ulla Lange, moved back to her home country of Finland in the Spring, we had a hole in our interiors department. That is why I’m super excited to […]

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green tenant improvements

You probably know that WORKSHOP8 has been recognized nationally for both its residential and multi-family design, but did you know that we also offer tenant improvement design services for office, restaurant, and retail businesses? clients include: boulder b-cycles center for resource conservation cloud 7, llc colorado office of the governor concrete revolution crave.real burgers david […]

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W8 heart YOU 2014!

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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 […]

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interior trends in finland

W8 UPDATE / 28 March 2013 Annual Housing Fair, Tampere by Ulla Lange interior designer / founding partner   White kitchens are making a comeback because they are spacious and airy. Adding splashes of color and contrasting materials keeps them from looking too cold or bland. Feature walls—created either with tile or wallpaper are a […]

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