Simplicity and Tastefulness: Villager 8 in Aspen, Colorado

Simplicity and Tastefulness: Villager 8 in Aspen, Colorado

Villager 8 was designed by Rowland + Broughton Architecture and is located in Aspen, Colorado. Here is the description we received from the architects: “Having already completed four full interior renovations for homeowners at Aspen’s Villager Townhomes, plus an exterior renovation for the entire property, R+B jumped at the opportunity to acquire one of the units in the complex. The complete renovation of the space gave us the chance to test out new sustainable concepts and materials.Walls are insulated with recycled denim and FSC certified lumber is used for framing. Wood floors and mill- work throughout is created with FSC certified wood and non-formaldehyde glue. New energy efficient mechanical equipment, lighting, and energy star appliances replace outdated ones. Sustainable interior finishes sweep through the space in a consistent spa-inspired palette that brings serenity to every day life”. We really like the clean, sober feel of this place as well as its simple and tasteful lines. What is your stand regarding the design of this crib?

  • Villager 8 - Bedroom Vignette
  • Villager 8 - Coat Room
  • Villager 8 - Deck
  • Villager 8 - Dining Vignette
  • Villager 8 - Dining
  • Villager 8 - Entry and Stair
  • Villager 8 - Fireplace
  • Villager 8 - Guest Bed 1
  • Villager 8 - Guest Bed 2
  • Villager 8 - Kitchen Vignette
  • Villager 8 - Kitchen
  • Villager 8 - Living Room
  • Villager 8 - Master Bath
  • Villager 8 - Master Bed
  • Villager 8 - Powder

5 comments

  • Hokke Hartanto May 12, 2011 at 14:29 PM Login to Reply →

    BEAUTIFUL .. !

  • mm May 12, 2011 at 17:30 PM Login to Reply →

    great furniture

  • nesty May 13, 2011 at 12:45 PM Login to Reply →

    amazing!

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