This widely published LoHi icon was famed architect Brad Tomecek’s personal abode. Tomecek is the genius behind the renowned Tomecek Studio Architecture, known for avant-garde aesthetics and award-winning designs.
The architectural, three level home is “high-quality design meets factory” setting and showcases the pioneering environmental expertise and progressive architectural approach for which modern abodes assert.
Contemporary meets artistry in the LEED certified green home that boasts several prestigious design awards from the American Institute of Architects for 32nd street’s unparalleled vision.
- Famed Architect Brad Tomecek’s Adode
- LEED Certified Green Home
- Modern Lifestyle
- Natural Light Throughout
- Open Floor Plan
- Ideal Outdoor Living Spaces
- Multiple Balconies
- Lower Level Living
- Accent Lighting
- Several Design Awards from the American Institute of Architects
At the core, the dwelling is two purposely stacked boxes that support one another which creates an awe-inspiring vision of what a home can be. The facade is an effective balance of wood and industrial-looking metals to present as both comfort + modern. The varied palettes and materials are evocative and attractive — eye-catching to the point of getting published nationally in glossy design magazines.
From the first steps inside is a raised main level with a staple open floor plan seen in contemporary spaces. The environment proves to be at the cutting edge by establishing a focal point at every level.
The walls are white canvases that reflect the natural light in this fantastically bright home all thanks to the perfectly placed windows. Current design goals of crafting spaces based on the sculpting of light, surface and material is illustrated in the raised main living space.
At first glance, a black, built-in gas fireplace sits elevated above a sleek black platform. Sliding glass doors lead out to a second level, walk-out terrace with views of the trendy LoHi neighborhood and turn the indoor and outdoor spaces into a cohesive whole. A floor to ceiling column serves as a reference datum in the modern floorplan.
- Elevated Gas Fireplace
- Walk-Out Terrace
- Hardwood Floors
- High Ceilings
- Art Niche
KITCHEN + DINING ROOMS
Light-hued wood Merillat cabinetry and blonde-toned wood floors complement the dramatic black stone countertops. A playful tile backsplash is tailored with geometric shapes that entice the eyes.
The dining room shares the space with a decorative alcove ceiling that serves as the focal point where a designer lighting fixture hangs. The industrial-inspired staircase is a monumental element in the main floor’s aesthetic.
- Recessed Lighting
- Slab Stone Countertops
- Stainless Steel Appliances
- Merillat Cabinetry
- Indented Ceiling
- Accent Lighting
All of the four en-suite bedrooms have a relationship to the outside world. For example, the second-floor bedroom/office and third-floor guest bedroom both have romantic Juliet balconies.
The third level master suite has something more fitting for such a prime space. An expansive personal balcony provides a place to enjoy a panoramic view of Denver’s skyline, but also a site of retreat. The suite’s accent wall matches the cool concrete tiles on the balcony.
Natural finishes define the serene meets chic master bathroom. The shower is home to natural slate tiles, the light-colored wood cabinetry stretches between dual vanities and a large window provides favorable lighting. Naturally, the organic elements are peace-invoking.
- Private Walk-Out Balcony
- Concrete Accent Wall
- Recessed Lighting
- Dual Vanities
- Slate Tiles
Each floor has an organic element, but for a full outdoor experience, the back of the abode has an urban courtyard with a secret garden. The yard is guarded by high fences which adds a sense of privacy in such a hip, bustling neighborhood. Trendy bistro lighting creates a nightlife element so the courtyard can be celebrated even when the sun goes down.
- Urban Courtyard
- Garden Space
- Fenced in Yard
Lasting, innovative architecture resonates well beyond a home’s wall when a home is placed in one of the best urban settings in Denver known as LoHi.
LoHi is perched above Denver’s downtown and has the best panoramic view of the city skyline and the Rocky Mountains. Denver’s most renowned restaurants, bars, lounges and shops are nestled amongst the dwellings.
This in vogue neighborhood is conveniently close to north and southbound highway so DIA, outdoor adventures and Denver’s other established neighborhoods are a quick trip away.