September 25, 2009
I was out to inspect the spread footings today in the Preserve at Pine Meadows and everything looked great. The contractor, Bud Moore with American Craftsman Homes met me out there and we went over the schedule for the reamining concrete pours.
He was very complimentary about how the home nestled into the site and also how we nailed the views from the home’s footprint.
This is the second project that we designed in The Preserve that American Craftsman Homes has built and the third design in the development. We look forward to many more in this great mountain community.
September 24, 2009
You are visiting our old home on WordPress.
EVstudio.info is now the home for the Denver & Evergreen Colorado Architect Blog.
August 26, 2009
As it turns out, getting a .info suffix routed to a new host can take 48 hours. So the move to the new host may still be a day or two out.
In the meantime, there are no shortage of archives, hundreds of stories to read.
August 24, 2009
The material on EVstudio.info will be moving to a new host. You may notice a brief interruption over the next day or two. All links and addresses will be the same and the EVstudio.info domain will remain the same. There will also be some changes to the format. I’ll let you know when its all through.
August 23, 2009
EVstudio participated in Milender White’s golf charity event at Fox Hollow Golf Club. We are happy to be a part of a charity that raised over $30,000 for various children charities. Unfortunately, our team of Greg Arbour with KLG, Carl Boone and Justin Boone with CandL Development and Jim Houlette with EVstudio came in last place and earned the ‘OOPS’ prize. But we had a great time and we look forward to next year!
August 22, 2009
EVstudio’s Apparel Store now includes baseball caps in a variety of styles and colors. Show your EVstudio style on your head.
August 22, 2009
Jim and I went by Pink Fog to inspect the steel connections on the stair to the loft.
Due to existing conditions, we designed a stair that would avoid placing a post in front of a window. The design required both cantilevered upper floor framing and a cantilevered stringer. In order to make this work, we utilized a unique structural design with a bent frame to handle the torsional force and the cantilevers.