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COMPLETE / a sample of our accomplishments

Casa Cantilever / RESIDENTIAL

Denver, Colorado

This loft-inspired, light-filled space was mindfully designed with the finest environmentally friendly and low maintenance materials. Originally designed and built for the client in 1971, this concrete mid-century modern home required extensive internal renovation and environmental remediation. Rowland+Broughton’s restoration returns the home to its former glory while enabling a contemporary lifestyle. To emphasize and highlight the existing concrete character of the residence, the design introduced contrasting warm-tone wood millwork throughout, with a focus on the modern kitchen at the heart of the main level. 

Maison Bianca / CONDO

Aspen, Colorado

This loft-inspired, light-filled space was mindfully designed by Rowland+Broughton with the finest environmentally friendly and low maintenance materials. Elements such as concrete wall panels and sustainable flooring, provide a clean, modern aesthetic throughout the space. Inspired by capturing Aspen Mountain views and creating a feeling of spaciousness, the interior color palette is comprised of cool greys balanced with warm and soft wood tones. Evoking a feeling of weightlessness, a minimalist approach to furnishings and design details such as a floating, glass-rail stairway, encourage focus outward to the open space.

PROJECT SHOWCASE / projects underway

Doubletree by Hilton / HOTEL

Park City, Utah

The redesign of the DoubleTree Park City was inspired by the theme Discover Your Journey. Upon entering the hotel one symbolically embarks on an adventure and is welcomed by a forest encircling the lobby. A magnificent clearing fashioned from climbing rope by local artist Venessa Gromek, draws you in for a moment of rest. Moving through the corridor is akin to traveling through a meadow alongside a stream with the fluid carpet pattern underfoot and the surrounding color palette borrowed from the rocky Wasatch Mountain Range. Exploring the guest rooms, one ascertains each are designed as a cabin enclave with warmth and texture aiding each guest's revitalization for the next great day of discovery.

R+B CULTURE

Updates from the R+B team


Delvon Nemechek, AIA has passed the Architect Registration Examination (ARE), a national licensing exam for architects presented by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. Congratulations Delvon!

Hailing from Santa Barbara, California, David de L'Arbre joins us as the Aspen Office Manager. Princeton graduate and water polo player, David relocated from San Francisco where he was employed as project manager at an infrastructure construction company.


Growing up in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, Michelle Kiese has returned to the Valley as an Interior Designer after pursuing a career in freeskiing and on television redesigning houses for A&E's "Sell This House."


Originally from Ohio, Mitch Mitchell, an accomplished cabinetmaker and builder, moved to the Valley in 1998 to work as an architect. The Aspen studio welcomes his expertise as a Project Architect.


Chicago native, childhood architecture enthusiast, CU graduate and talented music producer, Jack Blythe joins the Denver studio as an Architectural Designer.


The Denver studio salutes Colorado native Mark Bever as a new Architectural Designer. Mark previously worked in the Roaring Fork Valley with Theodore K Guy and Associates before moving to Denver in 2011 for a business opportunity and to experience city living.

PUBLICATIONS+AWARDS

Rowland+Broughton’s tactical approach to the design industry and each individual project allows the team to be flexible and agile during the design process, while continually adhering to the needs of the project and exceeding clients’ expectations.

 John Rowland, AIA

 
 

Ellie Sojourn, December, 2014
Tête-à-Tête” – Interview with architect Sarah Broughton, co-founding partner of award winning firm Rowland+Broughton, with Ellie Sojourn, an online hospitality and residential interior design magazine.


Colorado Real Estate Journal,
December, 2014

CREJ Showcase” – As the architectural project of the week, CREJ chronicles Rowland+Broughton's complete renovation of Aspen's Limelight Hotel.

 

Association News, December, 2014
People & Places” – Acknowledgment of Rowland+Broughton's involvement alongside the Gant Resort in Aspen to complete a $5 million renovation and expansion of their Molly Campbell Conference Center.

 

Alpine Modern, Winter 2014-2015
Style Staycation” – For the inaugural issue Sarah Broughton shared inspirations on how to bring the cozy ambiance of a ski chalet to recent project, Black Birch Modern.

 

Aspen Times, November 3, 2014
Staff Changes at Rowland+Broughton Architecture” –  Featured in "Bottom Lines | Business Announcements," R+B proudly presents the addition of five new team members as well as colleague promotions.

 

Aspen Times Weekly,
October 9-15, 2014 

Sustainable Success Rowland+Broughton: Building a Future” –  Selected for the cover and featured article, Sarah Broughton and John Rowland, principals of Rowland+Broughton, chronicle their story of designing a dream and building a business that is sustainable.


To view additional statistics on R+B's progress and innovation, visit our About Us page.

Wishing you a wonderful 2015,
john, sarah and the rowland+broughton team

rowland+broughton /  architecture /  urban design /  interior design
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