A Colorado Springs architect and a Denver designer—working nearly six decades apart—give a pair of Colorado transplants a mountainside home filled with dramatic mid-mod details and a touch of rock ‘n’ roll.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused us to take a good, hard look at the places we call home and figure out how we can make them safer, more functional and comfortable, and better aligned with our values. We talked to local design experts to learn how that’s playing out in the spaces where we live, work, and play.
You voted. We tallied. Our editors picked their favorites. Introducing our first-ever list of the city’s 46 most beloved design resources, from architecture firms to rug boutiques, antiques shops to landscape designers. You can thank us later.
OZ Architecture’s Nate Jenkins helps us imagine the new design details that will allow apartment, condo, and loft dwellers to live (and work) safely and comfortably in high-density spaces in the years to come.