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Sunshine Canyon Residence by THA Architecture

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Project: Sunshine Canyon Residence
Architects: THA Architecture – Hacker Architects
Design Principal: Corey Martin
Project Manager: Scott Mannhard
Team: Alexander Lungershausen, Amanda Petretti
Location: Boulder, Colorado
Area: 2,200 SF
Photo Credits: Jeremy Bittermann

Note – THA Architecture announced a new identity under the name Hacker to honor its founding principal, Thomas Hacker

The owners of the house, Sunshine Canyon Residence, certainly love very much the mountains and forests of Colorado, since they have chosen to return to the area where, a few years ago, another house burned in a forest fire. But how not to fall in love with this breathtaking view, the eternity of these mountains and complete silence that keeps you away from any problem.

THA Architecture (Hacker Architects) has designed this residence, at 7 km west of Boulder, Colorado, at an altitude of 7,000 feet in the mountains. Built on 2200 square feet, Sunshine Canyon Residence provides a stunning view at the level of the mountain peaks.

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The kitchen, dining area and living room are united in the same space that communicates with a terrace stretched on the entire length of the house, the terrace makes the symbiosis between the living space and surrounding nature. All the rooms including the bedroom and the bathroom have a good view on the landscape and fully benefit of natural light.

Everything is designed so it can capitalize very well the beauty of the mountains, natural light and fresh air. Practically the area where you spend most of the day is opened to the outside through the walls of glass. Away from any stress, Sunshine Canyon Residence is an early universe of the world of inner peace and delight of the eye.

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