When they think of Fort Collins, Colorado, design buffs often envision its premier collection of historic Queen Anne houses. Others, though, might salivate over its potent college-town brew of beer, bikes, and bands. Bringing those two disparate elements – a seemingly unbreachable dichotomy – together in the new Elizabeth Hotel presented an irresistible opportunity for our team.
“Our ethos was to capture that rich heritage feel and infuse it throughout with modern sensibilities,” says Principal Staci Patton. “We pushed ourselves to discover more about the locale through an approach that required many conversations and personal experiences hanging out in town.”
The Benefits of Being Connected to Nature through Intentional Design
We know office environments have an impact on how effectively we are able to work. But how much do views matter and how should we design for views?
In Their Words: Hear From Female Student-Athletes at Northern Arizona University
Female student-athletes at Northern Arizona University reflect on the impact that facilities and equal opportunities have had on their personal journeys to collegiate athletics.
Top 7 Women’s Student-Athlete Facilities
To mark the 50th anniversary of Title IX, we’re highlighting projects that develop the whole student-athlete with a focus on competition and training, nutrition and wellbeing, and academic support.
Catbird Hotel: Reinventing Extended Stay
Aside from providing insightful, thoughtful perspectives and services, hospitality designers have a huge responsibility to create spaces that reflect the contemporary guest that is as dynamic as they are.
Semillas y Raices: The Future of Farming Communities
Architecture at Zero 2022 Merit Award winner, Semillas y Raices, models a community to meet housing demands where workers establish roots in their own space.
Integrating Technologies to Bring History to Life: A Krishna Story
We were engaged by The Cleveland Museum of Art, a long-time client, to bring to life the compelling story of a particular artifact in the archives – the “Cleveland Krishna.”