Sunshine Canyon House

Set at an elevation of 7,500', the clients' design goal was to create a home that evoked the feel of northern New Mexico. The architecture of curved forms, thick walls, and heavy timber structure provides a unique sense of warmth and appropriateness to this foothills home. Overlooking a grassy meadow, 80% of the home's windows face south to provide for passive solar heating.


  • Home of the Month - October 1998
  • Architects' Choice Award 1998, presented by the CO A.I.A., and the Rocky Mountain News


  • Mountain Living Magazine, Spring 1998

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