Sunset House / HMH Architecture + Interiors

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Sunset House HMH Architecture + Interiors

Sunset House is a 6,400-square-foot home designed by Boulder firm HMH Architecture + Interiors. The house features a solar thermal system capable of producing 150,000 Btu per hour, providing heat for the home as well as hot water for the current spa and a future pool.

Set on a high hill in Boulder, Colorado, the Sunset House twists and turns towards two critical views, providing unique perspectives of the Front Range from different zones of the home.

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Accordion doors and sliders provide a continuous indoor-outdoor experience with the social spaces opening up to an outdoor bar/lounge, dining and grassy play area. The house functions near net zero with a 10KW PV system and 25 solar hot water panels providing water and space heating needs.

Architects: HMH Architecture + Interiors
Project: Sunset House
Location: Boulder, Colorado, US
Area: 6,400 square foot
Photography: David Lauer Photo

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