The Beck home was designed to reside in a comfortable golf-resort community in Northern Colorado with a wide and expansive view of the front range and located off of the back 9.
At over 3000 square feet, the two full stories could accommodate an active family of 5 with room to grow and a large, central living room to take advantage of the beautiful outdoor surroundings.
Modern methods and materials included Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) to provide for more efficient installation and improved energy values. This also allowed for a more open volume of space throughout the house utilizing daylighting to the west and north with a large covered outdoor area and high clerestory windows. The finishes also expressed a more modern language with the use of low-maintenance and integrally-colored cement panels in coordination with local stone, plentiful windows and a color palette that distinguishes this family residence from it's neighbors and makes for a welcome place to call home.