Set along a ridgeline amidst dramatic mountain views, 8,259 square foot Ridge House thoughtfully blends the old and new through the renovation of an existing 1960s structure.
About Rowland+Broughton Architecture / Urban Design / Interior Design
Rowland+Broughton Architecture / Urban Design / Interior Design (R+B) is a progressive, high-design firm of more than 40 design professionals. With studios in Aspen and Denver, Colorado, our combined mountain and urban sensibilities inform and enhance a wide spectrum of projects, including custom residential, commercial, hospitality, interior design, and master planning.
Established in Aspen, Colorado in 2003, R+B has earned the reputation as a critically thinking design firm with a body of extraordinarily creative, diverse design solutions. Our hands-on, customized project approach has led to a remarkably high number of repeat clients and a high rate of project success, no matter the challenging environmental or community condition.
The R+B design philosophy is built upon the belief that architecture, landscape, planning, interior design, and urban design are all interdependent of one another. The team approaches each project with a focus on understanding its regional and environmental impact as well as the cultural and personal ambitions it aspires to meet. This is achieved by listening to each client’s design goals, connecting with all interested stakeholders throughout the project, conducting extensive historical and community research, applying new technological solutions, and testing creative materials and applications.
LOCATION: Aspen, Colorado
LEARN MORE: https://www.rowlandbroughton.com/
The design of this home remodel had a clear goal of bringing natural light to the interior, while thoughtfully bringing it back to its mid-century essence. The team re-configured all the interior spaces with open floor planning …
Set within the exclusive mountainside community of Starwood, just minutes from downtown Aspen, Barn Studio is part of a family compound that will eventually include five or more distinct dwellings.
”Game On” is a LEED Certified Gold ground-up home resulting from a historic landmark lot split in which the neighboring historic home from the 1890s was originally on one large lot.