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It is found in Denver, Colorado, and was finished in 2013.
33rd Street Property by Meridian 105 Architecture:
“Positioned on a narrow 28′ broad lot in Denver’s LoHi community, the 33rd Avenue residence is an elongated, open floor strategy. Although the urban quality of the block was desirable to the homeowners, the significant sum of foot & vehicular targeted traffic turning the corner of the property necessited a imaginative solution for sustaining interior and back-yard privacy. Therefore, the entire 1st floor of the property was elevated to nearly 6′ over the sidewalk. In order to sustain a connection to the exterior, the back yard was created up to the same level. This resolution also made use of the materials excavated for the basement, saving expense on removal offsite.
The principal floor of the residence includes kitchen, dining, and residing spaces, although the upper floor is a master suite with entry to an exterior roof deck. With downtown skyline views to the South, the upper volume of the house was shifted towards the rear to create the roof deck. It is peaked roof responds to the City’s zoning requirements for bulk plane and height, and fits appropriately with the surrounding neighborhood context. 2 extra bedrooms reside in the partially submerged reduced degree.”
Photographs by: Raul J. Garcia