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Habitation Solutions

Habitation Solutions builds homes for everyday lifestyles, focusing on the broad integration of sustainable elements, including indoor environments, energy efficiency, & materials selection. Trained/certified in programs like Energy Star & Passive House allows us to offer customers efficient designs.

ADDRESS: 7381 South Glencoe Way, Centennial, Colorado
PHONE: (303) 564-7641
WEBSITE: http://www.HabitationSolutions.com

TYPES OF WORK: Adaptive Reuse / Historical Preservation, Design Build, Other/Specialty, Remodeling/Renovation, Residential – Single Family, Sustainability

PRODUCTS/SERVICES: Energy Consulting, Other / Specialty

AREA: Denver Metro
FIRM SIZE: Small (1-10)
YEAR ESTABLISHED: 2010
NUMBER OF LICENSED ARCHITECTS: 1
FIRM PRINCIPALS/CONTACT: Jeff von Breitenfeld, AIA

 

Habitation Solutions Projects

Retirement Home in the Forest, Monument, CO

Retirement Home in the Forest, Monument, CO

The customers wanted a retirement home nicely situated into a wonderful site which provided ample room for guests. A variety of design options capture views afforded by the site, while providing ample visitor space and preserving the owner’s privacy. The resulting single-story home with a walk-out basement provides ample space to accommodate both the owner and their guests. With views of Pike’s Peak, this home takes advantage of ample forest, meadow and mountain views. All prime living areas take advantage of wonderful views. Ample entertaining rooms provide much space for socializing. Landscaped to capture the natural environment, this home reflects the essence of the Black Forest area. Stone, stucco, and tile roofing materials blend the home with the natural environment. This house was designed and managed by me while at SBA.

A Desert Retreat, Payson, AZ

A Desert Retreat, Payson, AZ

The customers wanted a retirement home that would accommodate guests. Several design options were presented that took advantage of the site features and views, while accommodating guests and preserving the owner’s privacy. This home was nestled into a hilly site bisected by a large drainage swale. A bridge crossing the drainage swale unified the two halves of the home and provided a dramatic entry. All of the owners’ main living spaces were on one level, and two guest suites were provided in different parts of the home away from the owners’ living area. The design of the home captures the wonderful views from most living areas. The landscaping, shape, form, and materials—stone, stucco, heavy timbering, and a metal roof—offer protection from the desert sun but remain sympathetic to the surrounding environment. This house was designed and managed by me while at SBA.

Sustainability in the Foothills, Indian Hills, CO

Sustainability in the Foothills, Indian Hills, CO

The customers wanted a comfortable, highly sustainable family home. Several design options were presented that provided an open plan, took advantage of wonderful views and daylight, and captured numerous sustainable design features. The main level, comprised of living, dining, kitchen and office areas, flows together within an open plan, and is organized to take advantage of wonderful views. With a southern exposure, the house is oriented to take advantage of the sun for heating, and is supplemented by a wood-burning masonry heater. The home is equipped with solar-thermal and photovoltaic arrays, helping the house to achieve a HERS score of 15. Built of cedar and Douglas fir, the home blends into this wooded foothills site. This house was designed and managed by me while at SBA. This house was designed and managed by me while at SBA.

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