The May issue of Colorado Homes & Lifestyles features this beautiful modern farmhouse style home by my fellow Elati Design Guild member Stephen Hentschel and builder Larsen Development. Check out the full story with landscape design by Elevate by Design and incredible interior features such as the hand selected rustic ceiling beams and gorgeous Kährs Oak Indossati floors by Scandinavian Hardwoods.
photoshoot stylist: Julia Emerson
The spring issue of Modern In Denver has a great article on the fathers of modern landscape design, "The Avant-Gardeners." I'm pleased to have an image from the Miller House and Garden's incredible landscape by Dan Kiley. Also in this issue is a terrific re-use of an old brick warehouse into the Alliance Center by Gensler.
We're pleased to have two beautiful featured projects in the April/May issue of 5280 Home.
"The Sun Tamer" Gettliffe Architecture designed a gorgeous Salida home that fits perfectly in to its amazing landscape, with views of Mt. Harvard and the Collegiate Peaks.
Today marks the launch of the Elati Design Guild, a group of Colorado-based professionals from all facets of the design community. Our mission is to highlight the craftsmanship, integrity and willingness of this community to work in harmony with one another to complete remarkable projects.
As defined by Wikipedia, a guild is an association of artisans or merchants who oversee the practice of their craft in a particular town. The Guild’s home base, www.ElatiDesignGuild.com, is the platform where we will share exactly what it takes to bring our skills together, each Guild member speaking to their craft.
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We hope you enjoy the Elati Design Guild!
I really enjoyed sharing my experience of my 2013 trip to Columbus, Indiana with the audience at last night's Columbus film screening! It is a wonderful film and a special remembrance of my time there. Thanks to Modern In Denver magazine for making it all possible. I'd also like to thank Erin Hawkins of the Columbus Visitors Center for making my visit there so awesome. Check out behind the scenes info on the film production here.
The Indianapolis Museum of Art has rebranded itself as Newfields, a name that covers the entire 100-plus-acre campus, including the museum, its gardens and the Virginia B. Fairbanks Art & Nature Park, Lilly House and the Miller House and Garden. To coincide with this change they have published a book on their history and collection.
This beautiful hard cover book is available now here.