ON THE BOARDS An elevated escape from the city and the desert. This family retreat roots down in the rocky hillside and climbs in to the timbers for views of the Front Range. Idaho Springs, CO | 2020Read more "Mountain Goat Lookout"
ON THE BOARDS A humble home amidst the juniper and lava rock… This single level home for a painter and a composer, both with roots in dance, celebrates the beauty of the surrounding landscape by sitting in quiet reverence. Low slung hip roofs harken to oriental and native structures. Native rock grounds and shelters wide […]Read more "Cougar Draw"
UNDER CONSTRUCTION Tucked in to the Juniper and Pinon, this home overlooks the canyons and slickrock surrounding Boulder, Utah. The design uses local, natural, and fire resistant materials to blend in to the landscape. An efficient plan layout and accordion patio doors allow this small home to maximize the indoor-outdoor relationship. Boulder, Utah | 2019 […]Read more "Black Boulder Mesa"
The Rocky Knoll Sauna compliments a family compound outside of the alpine hamlet of Marble, Colorado. A burnt cedar exterior wraps the simple sauna, creating privacy and defining space: a bench in the sun, an outdoor shower, a secret courtyard. The shadowy form embraces the undergrowth of the forrest and opens to the surrounding snow […]Read more "Rocky Knoll Sauna"
Blue Spruce Habitat for Humanity serves the mountain communities near Denver, Colorado, including Jefferson County, Clear Creek County, and Park County. Studio MW has worked with Blue Spruce since 2013 to procure and develop a neighborhood in the hamlet of Empire. Habitat TRES is the third home design. Imagined as a simple, two story home […]Read more "Habitat TRES"
UNDER CONSTRUCTION Set amidst the towering pines of Colorado’s gold country, a couple and their girls return to the hills they grew up in. The home is envisioned as a simple and durable yet elegant mountain home. The site, a former mining claim, slopes steeply to the south and the home reaches out […]Read more "Zip Trail"
Rising from the pine forest, this small modern home overlooks a deep alpine valley in Central Colorado. The form originates in the golden ratio and celebrates its elemental materials. The exposed board-formed concrete base protects against deep snow accumulation in the winter. Charred cedar planks (shou sugi ban) wrap the home and provide durability and […]Read more "The Hideaway"
A modern and functional desert home nestled at the base of Mount Kinesava. Carefully planned windows bring the National Park and desert mesa views in to each room for an intimate and natural experience. 2011 | Springdale, UT | 2,800 SF Project Designer / Project Manager for Stempel Form, PCRead more "Kinesava Cubist Home"
Overlooking the Virgin River, this modest home captures big views and embraces the desert grit right up to the door step. 2010 | Virgin, UT | 1,200 SF Project Manager for Stempel Form, PCRead more "Desert View Home"