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A Milled Basalt Fountain and Fire Pit in South Denver
We call this “The Ranch that Rocks,” particularly since it won several architectural awards.
Mexican beach pebbles were mortared in to create a separation between the two patios.
Glass was added to the top of the fire pit to make the surface sparkle when it's lit.
We worked directly with the architect during this home's remodel and encouraged them to install a 14 feet wide collapsing door on the dining room that is centered on and looks out over the fire pit patio.
The unique arbor has joists that are custom milled to create a slight V shape, resulting in a dramatic modern look that is also functional. It reduces the amount of hot afternoon sun entering the home.
To add a personal touch for this project, we created a memorial by placing the ashes of the homeowners cremated dog into the step patio.