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wellness while working from home

Wellness While Working from Home

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us – myself included – have suddenly found ourselves thrown into working from home full-time. Working from home can be a wonderful thing. I do a lot of writing, and it’s much easier …

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Living Room by KGA Studio Architects

Getting Rid of Invisible Toxins in Your Home

With wellness at the forefront of our daily actions and activities, I was surprised it never occurred to me to think about wellness inside my own home. Until recently, that is.  A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to …

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Outdoor Living Spaces for a Happier, Healthier You

Spending time outdoors can actually make you happier and healthier. Yep, you heard right. I don’t know about you, but this season of resolutions paired with a few glimpses of sunshine and warmer days already has me dreaming about being …

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KGA’s 2019 Gift Guide for Architecture and Design Enthusiasts

Wondering what to gift the architecture or design lover in your life? This year we thought we’d have some fun and ask our staff what they’d like to receive for the holidays. From simple to extravagant, direct from our motley …

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The basics of low maintenance landscaping in the Front Range

The Basics of Low Maintenance Landscaping in Colorado

Fifteen and a half. That’s how many inches of rain the Mile High City gets, on average, each year. It isn’t much to sustain a yard, but with the right landscaping, your yard can be the envy of the neighbors …

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Back elevation of modern rustic home by KGA Studio Architects

Home Technology Guide for Custom Homes

You’ve found the perfect plot of land, designed the home you’ve always wanted, and that dream kitchen is yours. What about home technology? Everyday technology is becoming more ingrained into our lives, and the home is no different. Now more …

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Living Room in Paired Home

Designing Homes for the Millennial Buyer

The millennial buyer has been on everyone’s minds for some time now, and for good reason. Generally defined as those born between 1981 and 1996, according to Pew Research the millennials are projected to overtake the baby boomers as America’s …

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55+ homes designs should focus on main level living

Live Well Longer: Designing Homes for 55+ Active Adult Homebuyers

At KGA, we believe in taking a holistic approach to designing homes for 55+ buyers. This means not only addressing questions of accessibility and mobility, but also designing homes to support health, mind and well-being. Affordability also plays an important …

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Outdoor Kitchen

Designing the Perfect Outdoor Kitchen

As traditional backyards evolve into luxurious outdoor living spaces, custom outdoor kitchens featuring stainless steel cabinetry are leading the way. Known for its longevity, easy maintenance and wide array of beautiful finish options, stainless steel is an ideal material for …

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This home is designed for wellness, inside and out.

Wellness House

Designing for wellness means different things to different people. As architects, we believe that the home has a profound impact on the wellness of its occupants. To read more about our philosophy around wellness design, click here. In today’s blog …

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Close up of feet in athletic shoes outdoors going for a walk

Designing for Wellness

Why Wellness? Simply put, our current built environment is working against our health and wellness. According to the Global Wellness Institute’s 2018 report “Build Well to Live Well,” the greatest health risks we face today are a result of sedentary …

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New Home Community Design Trends

6 Design Trends for New Home Communities

KGA’ers John Guilliams and Kiley Baham recently had the opportunity to join the Denver Metro SMC (Sales & Marketing Council) Board on a trip to visit some of Southern California’s newest master planned communities. 11 communities, over 30 models and …

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