Colorado architecture firm F9 Productions unveils one of the first homes it has been commissioned to re-design for one of the over 1,000 Marshall wildfire victims in Louisville Colorado. The firm was commissioned in January of 2022 and the design was completed in April. The home entails a total of three floors including a full basement and three car garage totaling 5,151 square feet. The lower floor, shown below, includes a large storage room, dueling mechanical room, den, kitchenette, reading nook, spare bedroom and bathroom.
Moving up to the main floor and following the recent and Covid driven trend of more and more people working from home this floor features a pair of home offices, mudroom, open space kitchen, living, dining room and three car garage that is buffered from the former spaces by a much needed mudroom. Rounding out the main floor is a porch facing the street and a covered patio in the backyard. The main floor is featured in the image below.
Finally, the third and final floor, the upper floor, features a master suite with a four piece master bathroom, two junior suites - each with their own three piece bathrooms, and a centrally located laundry room. The upper floor is featured in the image below.
Permit drawings are expected to be submitted in May of 2022 and construction to commence once the permit is released by the city of Louisville. The construction budget for this home is slated to be $1.8M and to be completed sometime in 2023.