Shirley Row House, Vail Village, Colorado    Working within confined property boundaries, KH Webb Architects transformed this Vail Village row house into a stylish contemporary loft with materials that sustain the look and warmth of Vail living. In the vertically spacious interior, a palette of stone, cherry, and exposed structural steel was used to express the core architectural elements, including a sleek yet commanding staircase. In the living room, a modern “fire sculpture” was encased in steel and stone to provide a visual connection to the local mountain terrain, while smoothly formed concrete sinks in each unique bathroom maintain this modern interpretation of mountain architecture. The master suite was designed with a barrel-vaulted ceiling and exposed beams, and includes a 14-foot sliding wall that, when open, overlooks the spacious living area. A private roof terrace is accessible from the master suite and allows for the ongoing enjoyment of the home’s spectacular Vail ski-slope views. An array of large windows on the home’s façade, including an impressive 100-square-foot copper-clad window, provides further visual access to the slopes, and allows for a steady abundance of natural light throughout the home.

 

Homes

  • 2010 Home of the Year, Vail, Colorado


  • Consulting Architect to Casteel Creek Residence, Lake Creek, Colorado 1999-2003
  • Black Duck Preserve Master Plan, Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts 2000-2003
  • Black Duck Preserve: Main House, Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts (Design Architect) 2000-2003
  • Hornsilver Residence, Vail Village, Colorado 2001-2002
  • Adams Residence, Manhattan Beach, California 2002-2006
  • Jeith House, Northeastern Ohio 2003-2006
  • Faulconer House, Beaver Creek Resort, Colorado 2003-2006
  • Shirley Row House, Vail Village, Colorado 2003-2005
  • Shannon Residence, Forest Road, Vail, Colorado 2004-2006
  • Amass/Miller Residence, The Ranch, Cordillera, Colorado 2004-2005
  • Alfond Residence, Cascade Village, Vail, Colorado 2004-2007
  • Stag Gulch Residence, The Ranch, Cordillera, Colorado 2005-2006
  • Lupine Drive Residence, East Vail, Colorado 2005-2007
  • Sakin Ranch and Equestrian Facilities, Basalt, Colorado 2005-2009
  • Beaver Dam Residence, Beaver Dam Road, Vail, Colorado (with James Dayton, Architect) 2005-present
  • Horton Residence, East Vail, Colorado 2005-2008
  • Bearden Meadows Residence, The Ranch, Cordillera, Colorado 2006-2007
  • Rosenbach Residence, Rockledge Road, Vail, Colorado 2006-2009
  • Monogram Residences, Forest Road, Vail, Colorado 2006-2008
  • Lots 31/32 Residences. Potato Patch, Vail, Colorado 2006-2008
  • Galvin Row Houses, Vail Village, Colorado 2007-present
  • Yarde Residence, Vail, Colorado 2007-present
  • Meadow Drive Residence, East Vail, Colorado 2008-2009
  • Millcreek Circle Residence, Vail Village, Colorado 2008-2009
  • Ellis/Walker Residences, Ramshorn, Vail Village, Colorado 2009-2011
  • Western Sky Ranch Residence, Breckenridge, Colorado 2009
  • 395/405 Forest Road Residences, Vail Village, Colorado (Design Architect) 2009-2010
  • 115 Forest Road Residence, Vail Village, Colorado 2010-present
  • Casa Sara, Rancho Santana, Nicaragua (Design Architect) 2010-present
  • House 73, Mountain Star, Avon, Colorado 2010-present
  • Kazma Residence, Beaver Creek Resort, Colorado 2010-present
  • Torres Residence, Cascade Village, Vail, Colorado 2011-present
  • Joseph Family Art Gallery, Mt. Star, Avon, Colorado 2011-present

 

Residential Architecture

The process of creating a home that works both with a client's lifestyle and the land where it is built starts by presenting and examining every option. The KH Webb Architects team spends a lot of planning time with clients, considering every possibility, to make sure we understand exactly what they need and want in order to achieve the vision of their new residences. The partnership between designer and client begins immediately to ensure every home is tailored to fit each client's unique and specific desires and budget. The KH Webb Architects team spends a lot of planning time with a clients, considering every possibility, to make sure we understand exactly what they need and want in order to achieve the vision of their new residences. The end result is a home that is warm, personalized and innovative.

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