• Aspen Loft
  • Mother Lode
  • Riverfront Park
  • Lodo Loft
  • Denver Penthouse
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Aspen Loft

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Project Description...
This unique four level loft in the heart of Aspen has a lighting design that varies with the architecture from floor to floor. For the lower level, small aperture recessed lights are used to accent the architecture and built-ins. On the main level, square aperture trimless recessed pinholes accent art, rugs and supplement the decorative pendant in lighting the foyer table. On the main living level, a flexible lighting system comprised of theatrical plug-in fixtures give this space a unique feel. On the upper level, trimless round adjustable lights provide both accent and general lighting for the bedroom. The lighting control system coordinates the elevator controls with uplights and downlights inside the glass elevator shaft at the center of this spectacular residence.
Building and Design Team...
Architect: OZ Architects
Interior design: Kevin Corn Designs
General contractor: John Olson Builder, Inc.

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Aspen Mother Lode

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Project Description...
This historic Aspen building was renovated into a combination of both residential and commercial spaces. A consistent lighting theme was carried from space to space. Cove lighting and purposeful adjustable lighting were designed throughout. Custom details such as vertical strip lighting and amber shelf lighting are used to enunciate the rich built-ins. The lower level entertaining spaces feature small aperture recessed lights that highlight the stone, while LED light strips backlight the onyx bar back.
Building and Design Team...
Architect: Poss Architecture and Planning
Interior design: Roland+Broughton
General contractor: John Olson Builder, Inc.

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Riverfront Park Apartment

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Project Description...
This downtown apartment had and interior designer and owner looking for some unique lighting elements to set this apartment apart from other dwellings in this building. Lighting designer and glass artist teamed to create light features in the entryway and dining. In the entryway, custom wall sconces along with artist-designed glass panels greet the homeowners and visitors upon arrival. While looking to borrow some daylight to an interior hallway, an architectural opening was added to one wall of the Dining Room. A two layered offset mountainscape was created by the artist to mimic the view out the dining room windows. Within this glass-art feature, color changing LED lights provide a dynamic element that is enjoyed by the owners at dinner parties and casual dining events.

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Lodo Loft - Denver

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Project Description...
“Go Nuts, but make it cool” was all of the direction given to the lighting designer by the owner of this Denver bachelor pad. One of the first residential installations of color changing LED lights in the Rocky Mountain Region, this project won an ASID award for the lighting design. LED light strips were hidden at every opportunity, backlighting columns, uplighting from architectural shelves and illuminating the glass block wall feature. Programming for this dynamic lighting system created a visual wave that builds in the entry, moves through the interior spaces and splashes onto the glass block wall before receding back to the entry. Pattern projectors were used to announce the start of a party, visible from both inside and out. The exposed lighting and conduit meshes with the open, exposed loft construction and creates a lighting design that has been enjoyed by the owner and surprised many visitors.
Building and Design Team...
A/V contractor:In-Site Design Group, Inc.
Lighting Awards and Publications...
Lighting Awards: ASID Design Merit Award
Publications: Sources and Design
Colorado Expression


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Denver Penthouse

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Project Description...
The owners of this Denver Penthouse enjoy the fantastic views of the Rocky Mountains during the day. At night, the owners wanted to continue the starry sky outside into their bedroom. Cove lighting was added to the perimeter and detailed to keep the light from washing the entire ceiling. This allows the twinkling fiber optic stars to stand out and create the continuous starry sky from the exterior to the interior.
Building and Design Team...
General contractor:Kane Creek Custom Homes
Lighting Awards and Publications...
Publications: Western Art and Archtecture