R+B was challenged to surgically remove all the non-historic additions to an 1892 miner’s cabin and perfectly preserve it while complementing it with a new two-story addition. Through the design process, the team worked closely with the owner and Aspen’s Historic Preservation Commission for this sensitive restoration. Traditional materials were given new life with contemporary detailing. An efficient, open layout with strategic fenestration provides a seamless connection between indoors and out. Design and space planning consideration was given to the owners’ extensive collection of mid-century Scandinavian furniture. Architectural palette and finishes were juxtaposed with a sleek, modern kitchen from Valcucine.

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Modern home with Exterior, Gable RoofLine, and House Building Type. Taking cues from the historic cabin, the architectural team utilized period architectural details from local mines to generate the form for the linking element and rear addition.  Photo  of Mining Modern

Taking cues from the historic cabin, the architectural team utilized period architectural details from local mines to generate the form for the linking element and rear addition.

Modern home with Exterior. Parti Diagram Photo 2 of Mining Modern

Parti Diagram

Section Photo 3 of Mining Modern modern home

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Modern home with Exterior, Gable RoofLine, Shingles Roof Material, Metal Siding Material, and House Building Type. A contemporary interpretation of the traditional residential gables enabled the new addition to both contrast with and complement the similar form of the cabin.  Photo 4 of Mining Modern

A contemporary interpretation of the traditional residential gables enabled the new addition to both contrast with and complement the similar form of the cabin.