Browse by Category

Architectural Feasibility Studies: Here’s What You Need to Know

You have a great idea for a project. Or you’re eyeing a beautiful piece of land for your next development opportunity. Have you taken into account whether the work that goes into developing the land will be worth the investment? …

Read More →
New home design trends for 2022

6 New Home Design Trends We’re Seeing in 2022

Each year we like to share a handful of new home design trends that we’re seeing out in the world. As homeowner preferences shift, it’s our job to look ahead and make sure our designs incorporate what buyers want, both …

Read More →

4 Outdoor Living Design Tips for Projects of All Sizes

We’re finally seeing spring on the horizon, and that means it’s the perfect time to start talking about outdoor living design. Not just for big, expansive backyards, we believe outdoor living design means spending more time thinking about how to …

Read More →

Choosing an Architectural Style for Your Custom Home or Remodel

From the wraparound porch of a traditional farmhouse to the smooth textures and lines of a contemporary build — there’s something to love in just about every style of architecture. Each style has its own history and rules governing what …

Read More →

Biophilia in Architecture: Bringing the Outside in

If we’ve learned one thing over the past two years, it’s that nothing is more important than personal wellness. From how we spend our time, to where we choose to live and what kind of lifestyle we lead; it’s become …

Read More →

Community Design and Architecture: Creating a Quality Lifestyle Homebuyers Want

Meeting the lifestyle needs of a particular demographic when building a community can be a rigorous undertaking. It requires research, anticipation, and creativity to execute the right life style for the right market. Will homebuyers gravitate toward trails and open …

Read More →
This contemporary farmhouse is an example of transitional architecture by KGA

What is Transitional Architecture?

It’s modern. It’s traditional. Transitional architecture is a fresh take on classic style. Here’s what you need to know about design that captures the best of both worlds. If you’re searching for a way to articulate how you envision your …

Read More →

Designing Floor Plans and Communities that Stand Out: Providing Custom Options and Regional Details

For prospective home buyers exploring the housing market, the journey can be a crowded and bumpy one. Whether they’re eyeing a new place to grow the family, pursuing a particular lifestyle, or searching for a forever-home, the new-build options can …

Read More →

How Home Builders Can Use Architecture as a Marketing Strategy: Identifying the Market

It’s no secret that the new-home market is crowded and competitive, especially when it comes to a homebuyer population impacted by the drastically changing conditions—and rapidly shifting priorities—of a global pandemic. And sure, with so much demand, it might seem …

Read More →

The Golden Rules of Historic Home Renovation, Explained

So, you bought yourself a historic property. You love its character and its place in your storied neighborhood. But, understandably, you want to make it your own! Before you start picking out fixtures, though, it’s important to set yourself up …

Read More →

KGA has moved to York Street Yards in Denver! Please note our new address: 3833 Steele St, Ste 1331, Denver, CO 80205

Success! Your custom home program template is on the way.

Please check your email for your custom home program template download.

Get the KGA custom home program delivered right to your inbox

We’ll also send you our monthly newsletter with new blogs and other KGA news. You can unsubscribe at any time.