I was fortunate to be retained to provide visualizations for a large in-fill hotel project planned for a Colorado ski resort. The development team needed to provide the visualizations to the local Planning and Zoning Department and to the Town Council for a multi-step approval process.
The project has now received the necessary approvals and the developer related that it was fantastic to see the project come to life and that, “The renderings were critical to advancing the project.”
Below is a before and after comparison of the street view with proposed future municipal traffic calming and pedestrian enhancement improvements.
We enjoyed another fine backpacking trip this spring, launching into the canyon country at the beginning of the third week of April. That’s the middle of “Prime Time” on the Colorado Plateau and a perfect antidote to winter in the mountains. Continue reading “Spring 2016 Backpacking”
Wow, we sure had a great adventure in the last two weeks of October 2015. Every one of the Colorado Plateau back country trips we have taken has been uniquely excellent. This trip ranks right at the top of that list. Truly remarkable. Continue reading “Autumn 2015 Desert Backpacking”
I provided renderings for an interesting and somewhat controversial project in Telluride. I was retained to provide visualizations for a team working on behalf of a concerned neighboring property owner. The renderings were presented at the Historic Architectural Review Commission (HARC) April 2015 public meeting. The renderings show how the proposed additions and development of the historic property would appear per the project architects submitted plans. Continue reading “Renderings For HARC Presentation”