at the center of the main residence and separates the wings of the master bedroom and the guest master suite. The Great Room and Kitchen are designed as an area for entertainment and to enjoy the views of the golf course and the Colorado National Monument. The Great Room was designed to rise up and create
as it wraps around the front courtyard. These variations in height will promote a balance and will give the effect of the structure growing out of the site. Landscaping will be located around the base of the residence to soften its connection to the site.
The interior layout was based on ease of c
at the center. The new curving entry court wraps around an existing Japanese maple tree. The new Family room wall is curved to suggest enclosure of the main public exterior "room". Remodelled rear facade
entertainment center wraps the fireplace and nook shelving as it takes up the entire wall opposite the sofa. The window treatments consist of working balloon shades in a deep plum silk with valances in a rich gold silk featuring wrought iron rods running vertically through the fabric. The treatment frames the