Inspiration for a contemporary double front door remodel in Denver with a dark wood front door

Aspen Foyer

Contemporary Entry, Denver

This entry's simple composition of lighting layers and well coordinated details create a stunning view for those who enter this incredible Aspen home. Exterior stone is grazed, glass lines are backlit above the fireplace, cove lighting creates ambient light and trimless square accents in the vaulted wood ceiling accent the furniture. Architect: Charles Cunniffe Architects, Aspen, CO Photographer: James Ray Spahn Key words: Lighting, Lighting Design, Lighting Designer, Entry lighting, cove lighting, LED lighting, accent lighting, trimless square, fireplace lighting, ambient lighting, lighting designer, lighting designer, lighting design, lighting designer, designer lighting, lighting designer, lighting designer, lighting designer
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Questions About This Photo (8)

flyfishermanDavid wrote:December 26, 2012
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    186 Lighting Design Group - Gregg Mackell
    8 years ago
    I was the lighting designer on this project and I'm not sure there's any cabinetry in this photo. The area above the fireplace is a stone with edge lit glass bands. Below the fireplace, what you see is a chest that is used as a coffee table. The architect was Brian West with Charles Cunniffe Architects in Aspen, Colorado, USA. If you have further questions, feel free to contact Brian.
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    MP DESIGN
    7 years ago
    Very nice job on the lighting for this project.
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