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Rowland+Broughton Architecture Urban Design Interior Design

A design studio that aspires to be an amazing place to work and grow. Our common ‘cultural thread’ is a collaborative process that tests conventional thinking. We build lasting relationships with our clients, and the opportunities to work with them again as trusted advisors transcends all accolades from our work.

ADDRESS: 1830 Blake Street Suite 200 , Denver, CO
PHONE: (303) 308-1373
WEBSITE: http://www.rowlandbroughton.com

TYPES OF WORK: Adaptive Reuse / Historical Preservation, Commercial, Design Build, Hospitality, Interiors, Kitchen & Bath, Mixed Use, Remodeling/Renovation, Residential – Single Family, Restaurant, Sustainability, Urban Design/Planning

PRODUCTS/SERVICES:

AREA: Denver Metro
FIRM SIZE: Large (30+)
YEAR ESTABLISHED: 2003
NUMBER OF LICENSED ARCHITECTS: 11
FIRM PRINCIPALS/CONTACT: John Rowland, AIA; Sarah Broughton, AIA

 

Rowland+Broughton Architecture Urban Design Interior Design Projects

Game On

Game On

LEED Certified Gold ground-up home resulting from a landmark lot split when the neighboring historic home from 1890s was picked up and placed on a new foundation creating a vacant lot for “Game On.” Purity and execution of detailing further distinguishes “Game On”, bringing greater clarity to traditional gable form.

Matsuhisa Denver

Matsuhisa Denver

A thoughtful, unique, humble and purposeful design was sought. Travel experience of principals Sarah Broughton and John Rowland to Japan, along with a collaborative and thoughtful design process, Matsuhisa Denver is exquisitely designed restaurant that elevates Denver’s dining experience. Muted, natural palette provides an elegant setting for unique food presentation.

Hotel Jerome

Hotel Jerome

Hotel Jerome is on the National Register of Historic Places (1889) and is renowned for its relaxed elegance. R+B gained unanimous approval for this project from Aspen City Council. The renovation project at the Hotel Jerome and the Aspen Times building will speak to the heritage of both buildings.

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