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Susan Newell Custom Home Builder, Inc.
Blue, White, & Black Hallway
Black & White marble tile, with sculpture at the end of the hallway. Entry area from Elevator to living spaces of a Penthouse Suite. Photography by Art Russell
including window and door openings, intact to create furnishable spaces. The original brick fireplace was stripped of its walls and plaster to create a sculptural and functional centerpiece for the house. A large, glass-block skylight brings natural light deep into the heart of the house while providing a walkable
Studio Santalla, Inc
Living & Dining Space
previous kitchen had very little counter space and storage, and very little connection to the rest of the apartment.” “A neutral color scheme allows sculptural objects, in this case iconic furniture, and artwork to stand out,” says Santalla. “An element of contrast, such as a tone or a texture, adds richness
David Wilkes Builders
David Wilkes Builders
bathroom and surrounding area resulted in a large, spa-like space. Rich, warm colors in tile and wood create a luxurious feel. Lavatories and the sculptural tub in pristine white provide a sharp contrast in the color palette. With seating areas and glowing, mod ceiling lights, this space could just as
Terraced House Refit
living, cooking and dining. The staircase was designed as a focal point, one you see from every room in the house. It’s clean, angular lines add a sculptural element, set off by the minimalist interior of the house. The use of glass allows natural light to flood the whole house, a feature that was central
BiglarKinyan Design Planning Inc.
Serene material palate combined with sleek and exotic materials combined to make this a special space. Unexpected sculpture and brilliant art work add character and combined with furniture with graphic quality, makes this a high-style high-design space.
roth sheppard architects
Street in Hilltop. The home, designed by a noted passive solar Denver architect, was both her house and her studio. Today the home is a piece of sculpture – a testament to the original architect’s artistry; and amid the towering, new, custom homes of Hilltop, is a reminder that small things can be highly
bright but warm white finish to create a seamless integration in the ceiling and wall structures allowing the spatial progression of the space and sculptural quality of the midcentury modern furniture pieces and colorful original artwork, painted by the wife’s brother, to enhance the space. The existing