We have just completed a partial renovation of a 1970’s modernist house in Boulder. Originally designed by Jeffrey Abrams, the house had suffered from a few ill-conceived renovations and the simple passage of time.
Much of our work concerned demolishing a series of interior walls to create a larger, brighter kitchen that captures views of the Boulder flatirons through a series of new curving glass windows surrounding a built-in breakfast bench.
The kitchen is divided into distinct cooking and cleaning spaces, with the countertop materials, tile and cabinetry colors changing for each area.
Many thanks to very engaged and energetic clients and all the folks at Blue Spruce Construction.
cabinets by Kerf Design and Foothill Joinery, Silestone and stainless steel counterops, Hakatai glass tile
design by M. Gerwing Architects, Mark Gerwing, AIA, principal