Boulder/Denver Architects Arch11 Add Susan Massey and Linnaea Stuart

New hires’ diverse backgrounds include Rural Studio, a Fulbright, Adjaye and Harvard

Boulder/Denver Architects Arch11 Add Susan Massey and Linnaea Stuart

Susan Massey and Linnaea Stuart have joined Arch11.

Denver, Colorado – April 18, 2016 – Susan Massey and Linnaea Stuart recently joined the offices of Boulder and Denver-based architecture firm Arch11, announced Arch11 Principal E.J. Meade. With educational backgrounds including a Fulbright and Harvard, and project experience ranging from the Rural Studio’s $20,000 House to the Whitney Museum, these two new staff members have in spades the kind of diverse backgrounds award-winning Arch 11 seeks in its designers, incorporating hands-on creativity, proven knowledge of sustainable practices and ongoing education and leadership experience.

A LEED Accredited Professional, Susan Massey has a Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree from the University of Virginia and a dual Master of Architecture and Master of Science in Architecture History/Theory from University of Michigan. After receiving her undergraduate degree, Massey practiced for seven years in the Washington, DC, office of a global architecture firm and during that time received her LEED AP qualification and spent her weekends as a docent at the Corcoran Gallery of Art. A native Mississippian, Susan returned to the South where she joined Auburn University’s design-build Rural Studio and was tasked with designing and building the “$20,000 House” – a project that Fast Company magazine credits with “changing the entire housing system – from mortgages to zoning laws” – through its innovative design. The project was subsequently published in Architect magazine.

Following graduate school Massey became a Fulbright Scholar to Australia. There she researched environmentally sustainable housing policies and practiced for 12 months before spending the next several years at RMIT University in Melbourne teaching design studios, theory, communications and construction in both the Architecture and Landscape Architecture programs. Massey is based in Arch11’s Boulder office and is currently working on a major renovation of a lakeside cottage to enhance its views and reduce its energy footprint to Net Zero. Her responsibilities also include the conversion of a commercial property in downtown Boulder into a duplex along with new workplace interiors for Soma Logic. Outside the office, Susan enjoys leisurely Saturday mornings with her family at the farmer’s market and playground hopping with her soon to be three-year-old son. “In the few quiet moments I get to myself,” she adds “I’m starting to construct an outline for a screenplay that has been stewing in my head for a few months.”

A licensed architect and LEED Accredited Professional with a Master of Architecture II from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, Linnaea Stuart recently joined Arch11 after moving to Colorado from Boston, Massachusetts. Her prior experiences include both design and construction collaborations with the renowned architecture offices of Renzo Piano Building Workshop and David Adjaye Associates where she worked on such cultural landmarks as the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, the Ethelbert Cooper Gallery of African American Art in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and the Princeton University Theological Seminary Library in Princeton, New Jersey – all of which fueled her passion for evolving great ideas into built reality through “thoughtful team collaboration, attention to detail, and creative problem solving.” She has also served extensively as a lecturer, design studio instructor and critic.

Stuart’s recent projects in Arch11’s Denver office include a 13,000-square-foot home in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, that will feature the homeowners’ collection of modern art. At the other end of the spectrum, Stuart is also involved in the design of the “Bluff house,” an efficient modern home for a young couple in Boulder. “The home will be integrated into a sloping hill and also provide expansive views of the Flatirons and bustling university town,” she says. In her free time, Stuart enjoys spending time with family and exploring new hikes, bike rides and ski trails. Keenly aware that Colorado is a land-locked state, she is in pursuit of “the next great sushi place.”

“We are pleased to welcome these high-powered new additions to our team,” says Meade. “Susan and Linnaea bring with them a wealth of talent based on solid experience and intellectual rigor, combined with the type of hands-on building background and commitment to sustainable practices that will make them a good fit for our firm.”

Founded in 1993, Arch11 has gained recognition for projects ranging from exceptional residences to institutional planning, mixed-use development and product design, including a 2009 Firm of the Year Award from the Colorado AIA North chapter. With offices in Boulder and Denver, Colo., Arch11 has over 30 combined years of green building technology leadership. The staff’s unusual level of hands-on experience ranges from boat building to furniture making, contributing to its reputation for commitment to craft, detailing and design integrity. For additional information visit www.arch11.com.

Media Contacts: Sarah Goldblatt, Word PR + Marketing,  sarah@wordprmarketing.com, 303.777.7667; E.J. Meade, Arch11, ejmeade@arch11.com, 303.546.6868

Hip New Restaurant Designs from Arch11 Create Diner-Focused Experience

Award-winning Colorado architecture firm serves up fresh artisanal approach in Denver

Hip New Restaurant Designs from Arch11 Create Diner-Focused Experience

Recently opened Blue Island Oyster Bar in Cherry Creek North (left; photo by Adam Larkey) and soon-to-open Brider rotisserie restaurant in Central Platte Valley (right; rendering courtesy of Arch11) are two examples of Arch11’s growing portfolio of Denver/Boulder restaurant designs.

Denver, Colo. – Dec. 15, 2015 – Award-winning architecture firm Arch11 continues to contribute fresh, contemporary entries to the Denver/Boulder area’s thriving casual dining scene with two recently completed projects and another readying to open this month – plus more in the pipeline. Even as Denver’s booming restaurant business attracts national attention for innovation, Arch11’s restaurant design portfolio—which includes such Denver and Boulder favorites as Jax, Lolas, Bitter Bar and Oak at Fourteenth—continues to grow.

Most recently, Arch11 melded elements of rustic East Coast oyster shacks with Denver’s hip and artisanal dining trends in the tony Cherry Creek neighborhood. The open kitchen design and central shucking counter at Blue Island Oyster Bar highlight the growing desire for experiential dining where customers can see their food prepared. “With baskets of oysters on ice right in front of diners, customers express how intimately connected they are to their food and the story of oysters,” explains Arch11 principal and lead architect on the project Ken Andrews.

Repeat client Concept Restaurants, for whom Arch11 designed Ignite! and Humboldt, decided to bring an authentic oyster bar to the Denver market. Taking cues from well-worn beach-side oyster joints, Arch11 complied, creating a comfortable, communal atmosphere minus the nautical cliché. Blue leather booths and weathered wood floors and wall paneling provide a coastal patina, an enlarged NOAA map of the Great South Bay of Long Island indicates oyster origins and oar-like elements are suspended over the bar. The handcrafted nature of the space reflects Arch11’s dedication to finely articulated ideas realized in 3D, Andrews notes—and the roundup of careful detail earned Blue Oyster a top-five ranking on Eater Denver’s “stone-cold stunner” list of 2015 restaurant designs.

Arch11 also helped design recently opened Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. Located in the Prospect Park area near Coors Field where industrial loft conversions and high-density new-builds dominate, the collaboration with a team assembled by the Tavern Hospitality Group envisioned “a timeless bar atmosphere that would be the social hub of the neighborhood,” explains Andrews. The restaurant’s earthy palette of concrete, steel, and wood―highlighted with warm washes of soft golden light―sets a sociable tone with a splash of sophistication. And at 3,200 sq. ft., the 1930s former bag factory offers an intimate drinking and dining experience (with spacious rooftop deck) that distinguishes it from the city’s ever-popular expansive craft beer halls.

In the up-and-coming category, Chef Steven Redzikowski (Eater Denver’s Chef of the Year) and beverage director Bryan Dayton—the successful partners behind award-winning Oak at Fourteenth—have once again enlisted Arch11 to create their soon-to-open fast-casual rotisserie restaurant, Brider (named for the French word for “tying,” a technique championed by the likes of Julia Child for optimal roasting results), set to open in the newly minted five-story Nichols Building in the Central Platte Valley.

“The space didn’t have a history or patina of its own, so we had to create it,” says Andrews.  Settling on a timeless “old world” kitchen feel, Andrew’s team applied a palette of classic materials to the interiors, including re-purposed oak, Carrara marble, chalkboard menus and steel to convey warmth and familiarity. A layering of textures, geometric wall planes and custom built-ins, along with “bright green flashes” of color and Knoll furnishings mingle the old-soul feel with the clean modernist lines.

Additional new restaurant projects coming from Arch11 include a design for Sazza Pizza in the Stanley Marketplace―one of six restaurants selected to fill a spot in the 140,000-square-foot repurposed Stanley Aviation building at the edge of Stapleton that will feature about 50 independent local businesses.

Founded in 1993, Arch11 has gained recognition for projects ranging from exceptional residences to institutional planning, mixed-use development and product design, including a 2009 Firm of the Year Award from the Colorado AIA North chapter.  With offices in Boulder and Denver, Colo., Arch11 has over 30 combined years of green building technology leadership.  The staff’s unusual level of hands-on experience ranges from boat building to furniture making, contributing to its reputation for commitment to craft, detailing and design integrity.  For additional information visit www.arch11.com.

Media Contacts: Anne McGregor Parsons, Word PR + Marketing, anne@wordprmarketing.com, 303.777.7667

Arch11 Receives AIA Colorado North and Western Mountain Region Awards

Denver, Colo. – October 28, 2015 – Boulder/Denver architecture firm Arch11 received three awards from AIA Colorado at the recent annual AIA Practice and Design Conference in Keystone, Colo. Arch11 received both an AIA Colorado North honor award and an AIA Western Mountain Region honor award for its design collaboration with ZGF Architects on Pearl Izumi’s North American Corporate Headquarters in Louisville, Colo. The project had previously received a World Architecture News award for commercial design in April, as well as a recent Metal Roofing Award from the Metal Construction Association, publisher of Metal Architecture magazine. At the Keystone awards ceremony, Arch11 also received a citation from AIA’s Western Mountain Region chapter for its unbuilt design for park shade pavilions for Denver’s Stapleton neighborhood.

The design for Pearl Izumi’s North American headquarters in Louisville, a collaboration between Arch11 and ZGF Architects, was a demonstration in artfully integrating complex programmatic elements within a new 55,000-square-foot energy-efficient structure. Like its outdoor-loving, athletic customers, Pearl Izumi envisioned an equally high-performing work environment for its employees. The workspace for the AIA award-winning structure features open and transparent offices along with shared amenities that include a fitness room, living room, collaboration spaces, break areas, bike room, locker rooms, a protected courtyard, porches and an outdoor amphitheater.

Pearl Izumi wanted its new building to have “a connection to the outdoors and a conversation about being of the earth,” says Arch11 Principal E.J. Meade. With immediate access to recreation trails and dramatic views of the area’s famed Flatirons, the elongated floor plan is oriented outward so “wherever you are, you have a view to the landscape,” he adds. Paying homage to the site’s agrarian roots, the architects selected a minimal palette of natural weathering steel, concrete, glass, and recycled snow fence for cladding. As a result, the low-slung building appears to organically emerge from the ground plane and follow the gentle topography of the site.

The AIA Colorado jury praised the project as both “thoroughly conceived” and “strikingly elegant and yet provocatively strange in its long, low scissoring form.” They also appreciated how “the weathering steel and reclaimed wood exterior interlace seamlessly with the surrounding meadow landscape.”

Arch11’s award-winning pavilion designs for a park in Denver’s Stapleton neighborhood draw inspiration from the agricultural heritage of the Colorado prairie. Taking cues from a landscape once dotted with utilitarian structures such as barns, sheds and silos, each shade pavilion is conceived as a similar, isolated element within the park. The positioning of each pavilion’s colorful and angled canopy will allow light to filter through the supporting structure and also create passive rainwater collection points. Each pavilion is designed to be site-specific while creating a family of related structures across the park landscape.

AIA jury members admired Arch11’s pavilion designs for their “exploration into a minimal lexicon of structural and perceptual operations that would succeed in changing the landscape if built.”

Award-winning Boulder/Denver Architecture Firm Arch11 Turns 21

Colorado firm celebrates innovative, experiential approach, contributions to place-making

Award-winning Boulder/Denver Architecture Firm Arch11 Turns 21

Transparent yet private, the Arch11-designed Dihedral Residence (left) is moored to its Boulder neighborhood with site-cast board-formed concrete walls that also provide thermal mass. Clad with natural weathering steel, the award-winning headquarters of Pearl Izumi (right) appears to organically emerge from its site. Photo Credit: Raul Garcia

Denver, Colo. – October 5, 2015 – No business plan, no money, only a deep-seated sensibility for architecture and the craft of building sustained Arch11 through its formative years. Now, as the thriving, 16-person Colorado-based architecture firm celebrates its 21st anniversary, principal and founder E.J. Meade reflects back to the days when he and founding partner James Trewitt, both fresh out of architecture school, worked out of a tiny two-bedroom apartment in Boulder, Colo. “We were so naïve – 1993 was a terrible time to start a practice in the midst of a recession,” says Meade. Yet it was during this time that the young architects received their first house commission which solidified the firm’s raison d’etre.

“The house didn’t get built,” Meade recalls, “yet it all seemed to make sense. We had similar values about crafting things, revealing landscapes, abstracting vernacular language and a common modern sensibility.” They also shared a sense of humor, deriving their new firm’s name from a scene from Rob Reiner’s film Spinal Tap where lead guitarist Nigel Tufnel explains the importance of going to 11: “It’s one more than ten,” he says. The moniker aptly embodied Arch11’s ethos of pushing design beyond perceived limits.

With that shared background in the making of buildings, coupled with the belief that architecture is the result of a thoughtful and iterative process, Arch11 has established a unique practice rooted in craft, technology and purposeful living that has resulted in award-winning heirloom quality residences and highly contextual contributions to the urban fabric in the form of retail, office, mixed-use and restaurant spaces, including the just-opened Blue Island Oyster Bar in Denver’s tony Cherry Creek neighborhood.

Another recent project, Pearl Izumi’s North American Corporate Headquarters in Louisville, Colo., designed by Arch11 in collaboration with Portland-based ZGF Architects, has garnered awards from AIA Denver and Portland, Ore., chapters and AIA Colorado, as well as a prestigious World Architecture News honor. The design demonstrates that Arch11’s belief that architecture can go beyond its purely functional purpose to “become an actual device for seeing and understanding a place” is not some ethereal concept. The composition of form and light creates a sensory relationship to the landscape that richly informs the outdoor technical gear company’s work and lifestyle.

Sue Heilbronner, a venture capitalist and entrepreneur who lives at 303 Canyon– an award-winning Arch11-designed townhome complex that was featured in The New York Times and Sunset – finds her living space similarly transcendent. “On the creative spectrum from 1 to 10, my home is an 11. It goes the distance from the practical to the spiritual,” she explains. “I am in the business of helping people reach their highest potential and this house is an exact example of that for me.”

Arch11’s design approach always entails a rigorous effort to understand the site and client’s program, translating into a high level of specificity for each project. “As a result, sustainable building practices are just inherent in each design,” Meade explains. “It’s not something that’s added, it’s just part of good architecture.” In fact, the firm’s design for a rock climber couple’s residence, known as the Syncline House, received Boulder’s first LEED for Homes Gold distinction.

“Merging function, craft, and performance in our designs while challenging building techniques and materials is essential to our practice,” explains Ken Andrews, who became a firm principal in 2010 and received AIA Colorado’s Young Architect and Instructor of the Year honors in 2011and Mentor of the Year Award from AIA Colorado North in 2013.

Arch11 founder and principal, James Trewitt further emphasizes the firm’s commitment to building performance. “We are always asking ourselves if we are using the most appropriate technologies and rethinking the relationship between structure and building envelope.” While the firm finds grounding in the principles of Modernism and has more than come of age in its 21 years of growth and development, it still is constantly looking for innovative ways to experience “aha” moments and take architecture to the next level.

Founded in 1993, Arch11 has gained recognition for projects ranging from exceptional residences to institutional planning, mixed-use development and product design, including a 2009 Firm of the Year Award from the Colorado AIA North chapter. With offices in Boulder and Denver, Colo., Arch11 has over 30 combined years of green building technology leadership. The staff’s unusual level of hands-on experience ranges from boat building to furniture making, contributing to its reputation for commitment to craft, detailing and design integrity.
Media Contacts: Sarah Goldblatt, Word PR + Marketing, sarah@wordprmarketing.com, 303.777.7667; E.J. Meade, Arch11, ejmeade@arch11.com, 303.546.6868

Arch11 Designs “Next Generation” Appliance Showroom for Roth Living

Denver, Colo. – June 18, 2015 – Just four-miles south of downtown Kansas City, Mo., in the historic Country Club Plaza, the new Arch11-designed 5,750-square-foot Roth Living showroom invites high-end kitchen appliance consumers to get comfortable with their selections before making an investment. As the official supplier of Sub-Zero, Wolf, Asko and Best Hoods brands in 14 states, Roth has fine-tuned the process of exploring the design, performance and features of appliances. Now, the Denver-based company is rolling out a new “next generation” showroom, partnering with Denver and Boulder architecture firm Arch11 to create a new architecturally-driven, consumer-centric shopping experience.

To realize that elevated experience in the Kansas City marketplace, Roth turned to Arch11, which it saw as an ideal fit for the architecture firm’s combined deep portfolio of hip restaurant designs like Oak at Fourteenth , Humboldt and Ignite! and award-winning heirloom homes throughout Colorado.

“Our showroom space is an important element in sparking our customers’ imagination,” remarks Denise Manu, vice president of marketing for Roth Distributing. “Our goal for the showroom was to create an environment that integrated upscale modern kitchens that would speak to different personas,” she continues. “We also wanted to establish a common design language that would enhance the overall flow and provide a clear layout to guide consumers in their journey through the showroom.”

Known for its ability to creatively repurpose buildings, Arch11 skillfully reconfigured Roth’s 1930s all-concrete showroom space into a lively, loft-like environment. To better communicate the company’s vast product line and showcase different ways of living, Arch11 designed a series of kitchen vignettes with varying scale and appliance applications. With names like Urban Living, Home Chef, and Active Family, Roth hopes that consumers will identify with elements within the kitchen configurations. A linear display of appliances also allows customers to compare product features side by side.
In addition to the kitchens and appliance displays, Arch11 designed a wine bar, coffee bar and interactive gourmet demonstration kitchen that features a 21-foot-long, solid-surface island. The space can seat up to 20 people and can expand and contract with a retractable glass panel wall that provides clear views into the space and also serves to separate the demo kitchen from the adjacent showroom and glass-enclosed conference space.

To further help Roth customers feel at home, Arch11 helped the company launch digital technology into the showroom. “The new digital strategy called Muse Studio allows consumers to come in and look at every variation of an appliance on an iPad or mobile phone,” explains Manu. Arch11 first helped Roth customize the web-based program to interface with designers and then integrated the digital experience into the space. Upon entering the showroom, customers can start creating their project at the Muse Studio table and then visualize their ideas―full size―on a 16’ x 9’ video wall. “While it feels high-tech,” says Arch11 project designer Claire Jordan, “it’s balanced with the tactile experience of being able to see and touch the appliances within the kitchen vignettes.”

Arch11’s design for Roth Living’s Kansas City showroom optimizes customer experience while allowing product displays to take center stage for a refreshing – and appropriately consumer-oriented – departure from a typical appliance showroom.

Award-winning Boulder/Denver Architecture Firm Arch11 Hires Four

Denver, Colorado – May 7, 2015 – Mat Brundage, Anna Huey, Brett Fast and Kate Swasey recently joined the offices of Boulder and Denver-based architecture firm Arch11, announced Arch11 Principal E.J. Meade. The four new staff members have the kind of diverse backgrounds that incorporate the combination of hands-on creativity, proven knowledge of sustainable practices, and ongoing education and leadership experience that the award-winning firm looks for in its designers.

Mat Brundage, a LEED Accredited Professional, has a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Colorado at Denver. An intern architect at Arch11 while he finished his degree, Brundage experienced a broad range of project responsibilities including developing presentation materials and Revit models. His current work includes residential site-planning, the remodel of the firm’s Boulder office and the design for a coffee shop within a historic building. Prior to receiving his architecture degree, he earned a Bachelor of Environmental Design at the University of Colorado at Boulder where he spent a term at the University of New South Wales in Australia studying sustainable design.

A LEED Green Associate with dual Masters Degrees in Architecture and Landscape Architecture from the University of Colorado at Denver, Kate Swasey joined Arch11 from Denver-based Civitas, where she specialized in landscape architecture and urban design. Her extensive travel and international studies fueled Swasey’s ongoing interest in the intersection of buildings and landscapes. Her recent projects in Arch11’s Denver office include the design for a new home in Boulder. She is currently preparing for her LEED accredited professional (AP) designation and also enjoys fabricating jewelry in her metal smith studio and volunteering with Habitat for Humanity. She is an associate member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA).
Brett Fast received his Master of Architecture degree from the University of Kansas. Prior to joining Arch11, Fast worked as an intern at Landmark Architects in Hutchinson, Kansas where he was exposed to the design process and helped produce construction documents. His current work in Arch11’s Denver office includes modeling on-the-boards residential projects and designing and producing fabrication drawings for custom displays in the firm’s commercial projects. Outside of the office he enjoys graphic design and recently enrolled in an improv class, which he says “helps me think on my feet and find opportunities that may not be immediately recognizable.”

A recent graduate of the University of Colorado at Denver with a Masters of Architecture degree, Anna Huey participated in the university’s nationally recognized Design Build program where she designed and constructed an 800-square-foot home in Bluff, Utah for a Navajo couple. Her recent projects in Arch11’s Denver office include the design development of a “house as ecosystem” concept for a new home in Boulder and a remodel and addition to a Denver residence. She is an associate member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and is currently taking her Architecture Registration Exams. In her free time she enjoys building furniture, practicing yoga and spending time outdoors hiking and snowboarding.

“We are pleased to have these dynamic new additions to our staff,” says Meade. “Their varied backgrounds, including technical and graphic expertise, landscape design, hands-on building and commitment to sustainable practices make them all a good fit for our firm.”

Denver/Boulder Firm Arch11 Receives World Architecture News Prize

Denver, Colorado – April 22, 2015 – Boulder/Denver architecture firm Arch11 has won the prestigious international World Architecture News (WAN) Commercial Award for its design collaboration with Portland-based ZGF Architects on Pearl Izumi’s North American Corporate Headquarters in Louisville, Colo. For the jury, the design stood out in a category filled with a “huge range of fantastic projects,” including office, retail and hotel building types for its singular response to the surrounding rural landscape.

“It is an honor to win an award with this level of international competition,” says Arch11 principal E.J. Meade. “The Boulder area is at the forefront of the new paradigm for workplaces that are sensitive to the lifestyle of employees as well as the needs of the business. It was an exciting challenge to reinforce Pearl Izumi’s approach – including a meaningful connection with the natural environment on multiple levels – through the architecture of the work space itself.”

Like its outdoor-loving, athletic customers, Pearl Izumi envisioned an equally high-performing work environment for its employees to support its longtime goal of developing the world’s “foremost line of technical- performing and quality manufactured sports apparel.” The design of its North American headquarters, was a demonstration in artfully integrating complex programmatic elements within a new 54,000-square-foot energy-efficient structure, including open and transparent offices along with shared amenities that include a fitness room, a living room, collaboration spaces, break areas, bike room, locker rooms, a protected courtyard, porches and an outdoor amphitheater. By limiting vertical separation between spaces the design naturally encourages interdepartmental exchange.
With an emphasis on research and development, prototyping and testing, and committed to the ideal of exercising outdoors – 365 days a year in any condition – Pearl Izumi wanted its building to have “a connection to the outdoors and a conversation about being of the land, not just on it,” says Meade. “The building reconstructs the hillside on which it is sited. With immediate access to recreation trails and dramatic views of the area’s famed Flatiron rock formations, the elongated floor plan is oriented outward so “wherever you are, you have a view to the landscape,” explains Meade.

To pay homage to the site’s agrarian roots, the architects selected a minimal palette of natural weathering steel, concrete, glass and recycled snow fence for cladding, enhancing the low-slung building’s appearance of organically emerging from the ground plane. The international WAN jury praised the project’s “beautiful response to the landscape” and its elegant composition of “rusting cladding against the open fields and mountains.”

Arch11 Serves Up Stylish Approach to Denver’s Newest Whiskey Joint

Denver, Colorado – March 2, 2015 – Rowdy watering holes crowded Denver’s dusty streets before Prohibition’s lofty ideals took hold in 1916. Until the infamous ban on alcohol was repealed in 1933, legions of entrepreneurs illicitly made and sold homemade booze, smuggling whiskey across state lines. The new Whiskey Tango Foxtrot bar in Denver’s emerging Prospect Park neighborhood, designed by award-winning architecture firm Arch11, offers an ode to that era’s clandestine activities – with a decidedly modern twist for the area’s youthful demographic.
Known for its stylish approach to crafting the new-American drinking and dining experience, including such Denver/ Boulder standards as Jax, Lolas, Oak on Fourteenth, and the Bitter Bar, Arch11 most recently set the stage for the next classic neighborhood bar with the new Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.
In an area near Coors Field where industrial loft conversions and high-density new-builds dominate, Arch11 was part of a collaborative team―assembled by the Tavern Hospitality Group―that envisioned “a timeless bar atmosphere that would be the social hub of the neighborhood,” explains Arch11 principal and lead architect on the project Ken Andrews. “This is the place where well made, old-school cocktails are served and people might linger at the bar for hours,” he adds.

If the old-school vibe conjures images of smoke-laden air, sticky vinyl seats and sagging ceiling tiles, think again. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot’s earthy palette of concrete, steel, and wood―highlighted with warm washes of soft golden light―sets a sociable tone with a splash of sophistication. And, at 3,200 sq. ft., the 1930s former bag factory offers an intimate drinking and dining experience (and a spacious roof-top deck) that distinguishes it from the ever-popular expansive craft beer halls populating the city.

Up front, overlooking a street-side patio, a long curving peninsula bar welcomes patrons with its richly textured pyramidal concrete surface that modulates under the glow of LEDs concealed under the counter. “We purposely wanted people to sit and discover the details over time,” says Andrews. Above, an undulating stainless steel soffit with a dusky blue patina delineates the bar area and the dining area beyond. The soffit over the front bar does double duty as storage for 90 plus varieties of whiskey. The amber-hued bottles and the muscular Perlick stainless beer taps are the centerpieces of the back bar design.

For the booths and banquettes, covered in a vivid Wedgewood-blue fabric, Arch11 borrowed language from Mies van der Rohe’s iconic 1929 Barcelona chair by adding button tufting at the seat back cushions. Minimal, yet elegant details like this one elevate the atmosphere beyond the ordinary drinking establishment while introducing a subtle air of nostalgia. Banner Media conceived of the wall-applied photo murals of Denver in the 1930s and ‘40s which add to the narrative. Even the ubiquitous TVs fade into the background with their own graphic display of historic photos and menu items.
A floor-to-ceiling wall comprised of staggered wood slats (a riff on barrel staves) and Edison-style bulbs in exposed socket pendants provide a homey, vintage feel while screening the industrial stair to the upper level open-air bar. Reclaimed oak table tops, comfy stools and a second well-stocked bar welcome rooftop revelers. Strings of bistro lights, hung between steel columns, create a festive party atmosphere.

“My goal was to have an atmosphere that was unique, like Prospect Park, and that spoke to the history of the area. I think they did a great job fulfilling that vision,” says Tavern Hospitality Group owner and CEO Frank Schultz.

Additional new Denver restaurant projects coming from Arch11 in the near future will span the culinary globe, including a Nuevo Mexican taco bar in the space formerly occupied by D Bar and an Oyster/Seafood concept in one of Cherry Creek’s tony new developments. In between these cultured concepts are plans for a juice bar in a repurposed Boulder service station to complement the micro-juice trend.

Arch11 Restaurants in the Press

Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) December 17, 2013

Award-winning architecture firm Arch11 is riding what appears to be the new restaurant tsunami in the Denver/ Boulder area with four recently completed projects and six new ones on the boards. While the Colorado architecture firm has gained recognition for projects ranging from exceptional residences to institutional planning, mixed-use development, and product design, it is currently in high demand for its stylish approach to crafting the new-American dining experience. The firm’s restaurant design portfolio includes Denver and Boulder standards like Jax, Lolas, and the Bitter Bar.

Most recently, Arch11 has set the stage for Boulder’s award-winning “Oak at Fourteenth” where the design melds elements of Colorado’s rustic backdrop with Boulder’s hip and contemporary dining scene. The open kitchen design at “Oak” highlights the growing trend toward experiential dining where customers can see their food prepared. “More and more, you see how your food is put together, which impacts finish selections and kitchen efficiencies,” says Arch11 principal and founder E.J. Meade.

Capitalizing on the enormous popularity of craft brewing, the firm’s design for “Fate Brewing Company” in Boulder successfully repurposes an industrial space to fit the spirit of a boutique batch brewing outfit and restaurant. Meade notes that Fate is a large restaurant as trends go. “There is a lot of activity with young restaurateurs to move into smaller and tighter spaces, providing more intimate dining experiences and reducing initial start-up costs,” says Meade. “At 7,000 square feet, Fate bucks that trend.”

For “Ignite!” – in Denver’s Ballpark Neighborhood – Arch11 reimagined a historic pawn shop to create a modern urban gastro-pub with a rooftop bar and open street seating. “The building is in a historic district, and we basically rebuilt the entire inside of it while maintaining its 19th century charm,” says Arch11 partner, Ken Andrews, the project architect. That concept of breathing new life into existing structures is at the core of Arch11’s sustainability mission.

“Humboldt” in Denver’s Uptown neighborhood is Arch11’s newest restaurant design, inhabiting the space formerly occupied by the city’s beloved Strings restaurant. The menu features Northern California-inspired seafood cuisine with a nod to the burgeoning farm-to-table concept. Arch11’s interiors match the restaurant’s fresh approach with an open kitchen, warm dark woods, exposed steel and cozy, brightly upholstered seating areas.

Additional new restaurant projects coming from Arch11 will span the culinary globe, including a restaurant featuring low-country Southern fare near Coors Field and a Nuevo Mexican taco bar. In between these cultured concepts are plans for a juice bar to complement the micro-juice trend and another gastro pub, among others.

The firm’s approach to restaurant design – allowing the dining space to celebrate the food and the chefs who are creating it rather than inventing an overpowering atmosphere – provides a refreshing direction for chefs and restaurant groups hoping to capitalize on Denver and Boulder’s ever-maturing palate. Arch11 principals also speculate that Denver’s growing economy and housing market is spurring confidence among restaurant developers.

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Arch11 Receives AIA and Builder’s Choice Awards

Denver, Colorado – November 20, 2013 –Boulder/Denver architecture firm Arch11 has won a pair of 2013 awards from the Denver chapter of AIA Colorado. Arch11 received a Merit Award for its 6th Street Residence in Boulder and a Citation Award for its 303 Canyon project in a recent awards ceremony at the History Colorado Center. Additional honors for the 303 Canyon project – a low-maintenance, energy-efficient townhome design that makes the most of space and views on a 9,800-square-foot Boulder lot – include a 2013 Citation Award from the AIA Colorado North Chapter and a 2013 Builder’s Choice Award from Custom Home and Builder magazines.

“We are grateful for the multiple honors from AIA Colorado Denver and AIA Colorado North, as well as the Builder’s Choice Awards, especially for the attention to 303 Canyon, which works with Boulder zoning, low-maintenance materials and green-build efforts to provide a successful and comfortable home for its multi-family residents,” says Arch11 Principal E.J. Meade. “We also want to congratulate our team member Ken Andrews for once more receiving special AIA recognition for his commitment to educating the next generation of architects.”

Ken Andrews, an Arch11 principal, received the prestigious 2013 Mentor of the Year Award, also at the AIA Colorado North Design Awards ceremony, which was held at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art in November. The Mentor of the Year award recognizes an architect’s “exceptional efforts to promote the professional growth of emerging design professionals.” Andrews is an instructor in the College of Architecture and Planning at the University of Colorado and was nominated for the award by the award jury, his students and Arch11 colleagues. In 2011, Andrews received the Young Architect of the Year award from AIA Western Mountain Region.

Arch11’s 303 Canyon townhomes, dubbed “Tres Casitas,” received the highly prized 2013 Builder’s Choice “Grand” award from Hanley Woods’ Custom Home and Builder magazines. The townhome project, a design/build collaboration between Arch11 and Boulder construction firm Hammerwell Inc., was a demonstration in artfully maximizing a diminutive site. Three townhomes gracefully occupy land formerly zoned for light industrial use near downtown Boulder. The Builder’s Choice jury praised the project for its “super-dramatic interiors,” open corners, and indoor-outdoor flow. The 2013 Builder’s Choice award winners are showcased in Builder Magazine’s October issue and the story runs online with slideshows of the winning projects.

2290 Wins AIA Colorado Citation Award

November 8, 2012, Arch11 received a Citation Award in the Built Architecture Category from the American Institute of Archiects Colorado for its “2290” Boulder residential project.

The awards were presented at the AIA Colorado 2012 Design Awards Gala, on Saturday, November 3, as part of the AIA Colorado Design Conference in Keystone, Colo. A panel of jurors was chaired by J. Windom Kimsey, FAIA, in selecting the top Colorado projects for honors. “We were drawn immediately to the bold exterior,” the jury wrote of Arch11’s 2290 residence. “It sits lurking in the landscape, dark walls and clean lines merging into the shadows.”

The 2,000-square-foot 2290 house was built by a Boulder couple as a guesthouse to accommodate both of their mothers as they age. Sited in a park-like setting next to the main home, 2290 includes a central public living space book ended by two master suites, and incorporates age-in-place features like curbless showers and modularized cabinetry to allow wheelchair access while suggesting nothing more to the eye than clean modern design.

“We are honored to receive this design recognition from our AIA peers, especially for the 2290 project, which combines great efficiency and age-in-place features,” says Meade. “No home we’ve ever done has gotten as many comments as this one. We’re getting queries from that leading edge of baby boomers telling us they want to downsize into a home like this one – compact enough that every square inch was thought through and that will be accessible as they age, even if they need care later in life.”

Arch11 Honored by AIA Colorado North

Arch11 received five out of eight awards given by the American Institute of Architects Colorado North Chapter recognizing 2012 Achievements in Architecture. The awards, for projects ranging from entire designs of residences to a commercial interior to a single residential sink, were given as follows:
• Honor Award for Residential: Large – Project: 2290
• Honor Award for Residential: Large – Project: Dihedral House
• Citation Award for Interiors – Project: Ignite!
• Citation Award for Residential: Large – Project: Lake House
• Citation Award for Single Architectural Detail – Project: Syncline House Sink

The awards were presented at the 2012 Design Awards Gala, September 7 at the Dairy Center for the Arts in Boulder. Honor awards represent the highest achievement followed by merit and then citation awards. A total of eight architectural design awards were selected from among 30 entries submitted by members of AIA Colorado North. The jury was chaired by Stephen Dynia, AIA, of Stephen Dynia Architects (Jackson Hole, Wyo.).

With nearly 300 state and local chapters, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) has been the leading professional membership association for licensed architects, emerging professionals and allied partners since 1857. The AIA Colorado North Chapter is one of four chapters within the AIA Colorado Component and represents members from nine counties in northeastern Colorado, including Boulder, Larimer, Weld, Morgan, Logan, Washington, Yuma, Phillips and Sedgwick.

Other recent awards bestowed to Arch11 include 2009 Firm of the Year Award from the Colorado AIA and four 2011 Builder’s Magazine Watermark Awards, including Project of the Year. Arch 11’s Ken Andrews also was named 2011 Young Architect of the Year by both the AIA Colorado Chapter and AIA Western Mountain Region.

John Clarey Joins Arch11 as Project Architect

John Clarey has joined Arch11 as a project architect in its Boulder office, announced Arch11 Principal E.J. Meade. Clarey has worked in custom residential architecture at small distinguished firms in Boulder since 2004, acquiring a diverse set of architectural skills. A native of the Twin Cities, Clarey is a graduate of the University of Minnesota’s College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.

“John is a good fit for Arch11,” says Meade. “He excels at managing complex projects with a high level of detail.”

Founded in 1993, Arch11 has gained recognition for projects ranging from exceptional residences to institutional planning, mixed-use development and product design. Recent awards include 2009 Firm of the Year Award from the Colorado AIA and four 2011 Builder’s Magazine Watermark Awards, including Project of the Year. Arch 11’s Ken Andrews also was named 2011 Young Architect of the Year by Colorado AIA.

With offices in Boulder and Denver, Colo., Arch11 has 30 combined years of green building technology leadership. The staff’s unusual level of hands-on experience ranges from boat building to furniture making, contributing to its reputation for commitment to craft, detailing and design integrity.

Arch11 Featured in August Magazines for Mod Local Homes

Two Boulder homes designed by Arch11 and built by Hammerwell, Inc., both Boulder-based firms, are featured in the August 2011 issues of Colorado Homes & Lifestyles and Mountain Living magazines. Though distinctly different, the homes, a sleek indoor-outdoor foothills residence and a modern in-town Craftsman makeover, illustrate the sophisticated aesthetic and green-build savvy the design-build team is known for.

“We are excited to have two of our Boulder residences – both done in conjunction with Hammerwell—in print at the same time,” says E.J. Meade, an Arch11 principal. “It is rewarding to see popular regional shelter publications like Mountain Living and Colorado Homes & Lifestyles embracing the type of sustainable and site-sensitive modern Colorado design projects we love to do.”

Arch11 overcame a variety of challenges including an odd-shaped lot, strict height and solar shadow restrictions and a wetlands buffer zone in designing the Syncline Residence, which appears in the August 2011 Mountain Living feature “Open House.” The award-winning residence received its LEED Gold certification for numerous green attributes including a green roof planted with native grasses and wildflowers atop the garage; renewable-based Icynene spray-foam insulation throughout the home; windows glazed with the highest-performing glass coatings on the market; and a ground-loop heat-exchange system with seven 300-foot wells.

Colorado Homes & Lifestyles story Art and Craft features the transformation of a 1914 bungalow with a newly streamlined interior. The owner hired architect-builder team Arch11 and Hammerwell to “create a dialogue between modern living and historic roots” in the vintage Craftsman home. “A blend of clean lines and comfortable materials,” the redo includes a second-floor addition that replaces a small attic, creating a treehouse effect that captures panoramic views of the Flatirons and Boulder.

Founded in 1993, Arch11 has gained recognition for projects ranging from exceptional residences to institutional planning, mixed-use development and product design. Recent awards include 2009 Firm of the Year Award from the Colorado AIA and four 2011 Builder’s Magazine Watermark Awards, including Project of the Year. Arch 11’s Ken Andrews also was named 2011 Young Architect of the Year by Colorado AIA. Based in Boulder, Colo., Arch11 has 30 combined years of green building technology leadership. The staff’s unusual level of hands-on experience ranges from boat building to furniture making, contributing to its reputation for commitment to craft, detailing and design integrity. For additional information visit www.arch11.com.

Arch11 Featured in Three International Publications

First featured on the Contemporist, Arch11’s Syncline house has gone viral on the internet and featured in print publications on three continents:

April 2011 Issue of Architecture256,  a Ugandan Journal
May 2011 Issue of deZine, an Athenian Journal
Luxurious Villas, by Shenzhen publisher CCDC.

We are honored that we have received such praise for the project.  Have some fun, perform a Google search for “Syncline House” and see how many websites have it posted; truly amazing to read the posts as they have been passed around the world and translated to numerous languages and back to English.

Syncline House Bath Featured in Colorado Homes and Lifestyles

The April 2011 issue of Colorado Homes & Lifestyles features the master bathroom of the Syncline House. The special issue is dedicated to CHL’s selection of the 2011 Baths of the Year.

Jax Fish Lights Featured on Materialicious

The fish lights fabricated for Jax Fish House were some of Arch11′s first lighting experiments and after 15 years are still garnering interest.  Check out the article on here on Materialicious.

Arch11 Wins Four Awards from Builder Magazine

Boulder-based Arch11 has won four 2011 Watermark Awards in Builder Magazine’s annual competition. The Colorado architecture firm won the competition’s overall Project of the Year for its Syncline House, built with construction partner Hammerwell, Inc., also of Boulder. Additional awards for the Syncline project included Grand Prize, Kitchen in a Custom Home—3,000 to 5,000 square feet; an Award of Merit for Powder Room in a Custom Home; and an Award of Merit for Master Bath in a Custom Home. The 2011 Watermark Awards winners are showcased in Builder Magazine’s May issue and the story runs online with slideshows of the winning projects.

Sustainability arose as an unintentional overall theme for the 2011 awards, according to Builder Magazine Senior Design Editor Jenny Sullivan, who used Arch11’s winning design for the Syncline residence as an example: “The 2011 Project of the Year—a house that took the top spot for its kitchen, but also garnered additional awards for two of its baths—actually applied for LEED certification as an afterthought,” she wrote, “and came away with the organization’s gold award.”

Describing the Arch11-designed and Hammerwell-built Syncline residence as a “serene home” that “sits on the line where the Great Plains and the city of Boulder converge with the foothills of the Rockies,” the awards coverage goes on to praise the design’s connection to its setting, including its use of earthy materials such as limestone, Pennsylvania bluestone, soapstone and Australian jarrah wood, to “evoke the colors and textures of the natural landscape.”

Entries for the 2011 Watermark Awards were judged by a panel recognized for their expertise in the home building industry and considering criteria including innovation in architecture, floor plan efficiency and creative use of materials and interior design.

Founded in 1993, Arch11 has gained recognition for projects ranging from exceptional residences to institutional planning, mixed-use development and product design, including a 2009 Firm of the Year Award from the Colorado AIA North chapter. Based in Boulder, Colo., Arch11 has 30 combined years of green building technology leadership. The staff’s unusual level of hands-on experience ranges from boat building to furniture making, contributing to its reputation for commitment to craft, detailing and design integrity.

Ken Andrews AIA Honored with Double Awards

Ken Andrews, partner at Arch11, and Instructor at the University of Colorado’s College of Architecture and Planning has been named Young Architect of the Year and Instructor of the Year for 2011 by the Colorado Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

“Pushing the limits of  style, image, material, purpose and performance, today’s designers, especially those at the leading edge, are highly engaged with society’s most pressing challenges,” says Andrews.  “I am honored to receive these awards that recognize my passion for architecture and my unwavering commitment to the profession of architecture, our community of young aspiring architects, and a continued dedication to cultivating a design ethic that is of great value to my partners, our practice, and our community.”

The Young Architect of the Year award recognizes the individual achievements of a young architect—licensed for 10 years or less—whose contribution to the profession of architecture in Colorado has been outstanding as demonstrated by community involvement, design skills and dedication to the profession.

The Instructor of the Year award honors outstanding mentorship provided by a Colorado instructor or faculty member to architectural students, interns, young architects and the profession.

Colorado Chapter of AIA Honors CU Instructor with Awards

Ken Andrews, partner and architect at Arch 11 and instructor at the University of Colorado’s College of Architecture was named Young Architect of the Year and also Instructor of the Year by the Colorado Chapter of AIA.

“Pushing the limits of purpose, style, image, material and performance, today’s designers, especially those at the leading edge, are highly engaged with society’s most pressing challenges,” says Andrews. “I am honored to receive this award that recognizes my passion for architecture and my unwavering commitment to the profession of architecture, our community of young aspiring architects, and a continued dedication to cultivating a design ethic that is of great value to my partners, our practice, and our community.”

The Young Architect of the Year award recognizes exceptional dedication to the profession of architecture through achievements in design, commitment to the profession and community service.

The Instructor of the Year honors outstanding mentorship provided by a Colorado instructor or faculty member to architectural students, interns, young architects and the profession. Nominations for the award were submitted by students in the College of Architecture and Planning. Over the past eight years Ken Andrews has been in contact with over 600 students, teaching more than 30 courses.

Andrews’s teaching and research have been focused on museum facilities, civic oriented developments, and innovative models of housing. His academic investigations have allowed him to critically develop specific expertise in building systems and prefabrication techniques that optimize the building delivery process in inventive ways.

Andrews came to architecture with a decade of experience in the construction industry, working extensively in residential and commercial markets as a carpenter and project manager. Upon completion of his Bachelor of Environmental Design at the University of Colorado he received his Master of Architecture from Rice University in Houston, Texas. His graduate research focused on developing innovative building systems and project delivery methods.  At Rice, he had the opportunity to work as a project designer with Interloop Architecture, whose projects include the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, Texas, for several years before returning to Colorado.

Ken Andrews is a registered architect in the State of Colorado, a certificate holder with the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards and an active member of the American Institute of Architects.

Geneva House, an Example of Parabuilding.

The Geneva  House, a recently completed addition and remodel to an historic Boulder home that fosters a dialogue between old and new is featured on Archzine. Our client was inspired by an article he encountered at an Urban Land Institute conference about “parabuilding” a term coined to describe the hybrid development of modern design and historic structures.  We’ve completed such work for years without a term for it.  The Urban Land Institute’s article is an interesting read and gives credence to our belief that a contrast between old and new is the most authentic approach to work on historic structures, keeping within the US Secretary of the Interior’s standards for working on landmark buildings.

Arch11 Receives Design Awards from AIA Colorado – North

Arch11 received four architecture design awards, including the top honor award, from the Colorado AIA North Chapter on Friday, September 10. The awards banquet at the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park featured juror Randy Brown.

The Walnut Loft received a Citation for Interior Design. The jury comments included, “great control of design,” “detailing is exceptional” and “a creative material palette.”

In the Unbuilt category the Alpine House in Boulder, CO garnered a Merit Award for its, “perfect proportions and clarity.”

The Syncline House was recognized with a Merit Award for Residential projects. Jury comments, “ Wonderful exterior spaces,” “clean, simple details,” “connects to the landscape,” “architect had great control of the design.”

The Honor Award was given to the Orchard Street House for Interiors. The jury spoke clearest about the project, “This project rose up and stood out. Very impressive spatial organization. Clarity in plan. Wonderful moments of color. Total design, space, light, volume, furniture, details—every element is impeccable and we can’t find a flaw. This is a very deserving project.”

We are grateful to our clients for believing in our work and to each and every crafts-person who executed it with care and precision.  Arch11 continues to provide modern, environmentally responsible architecture and interior design.

Syncline House Featured in Online Blogs

The Syncline House, a modern, LEED gold design, is picked up by several of our favorite blogs:

The Contemporist

Modern Architecture & Design News

Trendhunter

These are just a few, it appears to have gone a bit viral.

Arch11 Featured on CNBC | Eight Ways to Live Green

During construction CNBC picked up an article on or our modern green homes in Boulder, CO. The article, Eight Ways to Live Green, calls to question what it takes to be free of fossil fuels. We are increasingly finding that building exceptional envelopes, putting money into triple glazing and super-insulating is the most cost-effective savings.

Arch11 Wins National Kitchen Design Awards

Arch11 received awards and prize money in two categories at the national awards ceremony for the Sub-Zero and Wolf Kitchen Design Competition, sometimes called the “Oscars of kitchen design.” Arch 11 was awarded both the national Designers’ Choice Award and the second-place national kitchen design award for their Syncline Kitchen.

These biennial awards are known for offering insight into the latest design and we are thrilled to have one of our designs selected in an international event as competitive as the Sub-Zero and Wolf Kitchen Design Competition – as well as to be recognized by our design peers for the Designers’ Choice award. The kitchen is in the Syncline House residence, which received LEED gold certification.

The Syncline kitchen combines timeless natural materials like Carrara Marble and American Walnut with the high-tech convenience of Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances in a clean-lined design that integrates a cook’s kitchen with an open plan seating space. A receding glass wall allows the counter to act as outdoor bar seating. A large “appliance garage” keeps blender, toaster, and juicer easily accessible but hidden from view to maintain the kitchen’s modernist appeal.

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Syncline House Wins Sub-Zero / Wolf Kitchen Design Contest

Arch11 was selected as the Colorado Regional winner of the Sub-Zero / Wolf Kitchen Design Contest for the Syncline House. The contest winners were announced at an awards ceremony held on February 4, 2010 at Roth Distributing in Denver, Colorado.  A nationally known and recognized biannual awards program, the contest acknowledges kitchens that were designed and built between January 1, 2008 and December 31, 2009. Our entry now advances to the national competition; winners will be announced at the Breakers Resort in Palm Beach, Florida March 28, 2010.  Additionally, we were awarded Regional Award of Designers Choice by our peers in attendance at the February awards ceremony.

Arch11 wins AIA Colorado North Firm of the Year

Arch11 Inc. was awarded 2009 Firm of the Year by the Colorado AIA north chapter. The selection committee noted, “Arch11 exhibits a firmly-held belief in the poetics of space and willingness to embrace and be leaders in the disciplines of technology and sustainability,” and “their commitment to craft, detailing and design integrity is unparalleled….Arch11 exhibits a critical sensitivity to the power of place.”

Arch11 at Design Within Reach Designer Dating

Arch11 will be participating in the DWR Boulder designer matchmaking series with an evening devoted to architecture. Come join us to and learn about our services in a low-key and fun setting. In our variation of speed dating, will have ten minutes to showcase our approach and expertise in a brief presentation.

The event will be from 6:30pm – 9:30pm, Thursday September 17, 2009.

Arch11.com goes live!

Welcome to Arch11.com! We are very excited about our new online home. Please enjoy looking through our work, and come back as we will be changing out our projects periodically and follow along with our projects “in the works” as they progress.

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