Rowland+Broughton Architecture has designed this Scandinavian style artist’s haven located in the historic West End neighborhood of Aspen, Colorado. This project entails the complete modernization of a 4,190 square foot neo-classical home.
Addressing the artist client’s concept of ‘less is more,’ pseudo-Victorian gingerbread detailing and railings were removed from the home’s exterior, which retained a contextual blue color. Continue below to see inside this stunning home renovation…
The bold, bright, and voluminous interior architecture was enhanced and expanded with the intention of functioning as a backdrop for the owner’s colorful artwork. Natural daylighting was an integral part of the design.
Throughout the home, sustainability was addressed through the installation of LED lighting and low-flow fixtures and fittings. The project required a complete redo of all core systems, including structural, HVAC, electrical, lighting, and fire sprinkler systems.
What We Love: This stunning artist’s haven features a white backdrop to focus on both the stylish furnishings and fantastic art collection. Soaring ceilings and large windows contribute to a bright and airy feel while capturing views of the lush greenery outside. Pops of color throughout this home adds a playful touch along with visual interest. We are fond the neutral color scheme, offering a relaxed and serene environment for daily living.
Tell Us: What do you think of the overall design aesthetics of this home? If this were your abode, is there anything you would have done differently in the design? Let us cognize in the Comments below!
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Photos: Gibeon Photography