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MoM AN EXCLUSIVE LOOK — THE 5TH ANNUAL MONTH OF MODERN CHARLES HAERTLING: MODERNISM IN THE MOUNTAINS EMERGING MODERN DESIGNERS TO WATCH MEET THE MONTH OF MODERN FOUNDERS


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2385 4TH STREET 3564 Sqft This beautiful home on Mapleton Hill is 4 bed, 4 bath custom home with Flatiron views. Located on one of the most desirable corners in one of the most beautiful historic districts, Mapleton Hill, you can walk to Mt. Sanitas trailhead and downtown Pearl Street in a matter of minutes. A massive deck features a six-person hot tub and also creates an SW facing porch on the main level for summer nights. Large private yard features custom Koi pond, mature trees, and fruit trees. This house is truly a must see. J EN N I FER EG B ER T.COM | 303. 619. 3373

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LIFESTYLE LETTER

SEPTEMBER 2018 PUBLISHER

Andy Manz | amanz@lifestylepubs.com MANAGING EDITOR

Kate Manz | kmanz@lifestylepubs.com EDITOR

MoM Takeover This month we’ve had an editorial takeover to celebrate the upcoming fifth annual Month of Modern (MoM) event Boulder Lifestyle is proud to sponsor. The entire month of October will once again celebrate all things modern in Boulder — from art, design, food and lifestyle (and everything in-between). We have a little preview of what to look forward to this year. In this takeover, you’ll find... + A list of all of the events to mark on your calendar.   + A full feature on famed architect Charles Haertling highlighting a tour that will take place on October 13. + An interview with several emerging designers who call Colorado home, and will take part in the Month of Modern Wrap Party on October 25. (Boulder Lifestyle is hosting a cocktail lounge at the wrap party you won’t want to miss!) + A look at modern desserts that are healthy, raw, vegan and beautifully designed by self-proclaimed dessert alchemist Emma Nelson of Daydream Desserts.  + Meeting the founders of MoM. + And hitting the streets to find out what local industry leaders are most looking forward to this year.  Oh, and what are we most looking forward to this year? All of it is the easy answer, but if we had to pick, we’d say the “We Love the Funk” event on October 17. Architects, city

Dana Lapinel | dana.lapinel@lifestylepubs.com AREA DIRECTOR

Chantel Ellerington | chantel.ellerington@lifestylepubs.com EDITORIAL PHOTOGRAPHER

Ladd Forde ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE

Michael Rainero | michael.rainero@lifestylepubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Lisa Van Horne, Dana Lapinel, Allyson Reedy, Brianna Blair, Kelli Ruhl, Camille Wilson, Alia Gray, Emily O'Brien, Layne Elizabeth, Amelia Broughton CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Brittni Bell Warshaw, Kara Deyoung, Kelsey Huffer, Ladd Forde, Michael Rainero, Kylie Fitts, Jeff Jones, Sarah Leitulia (illustrations)

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planners and developers will discuss how dilapidated areas are turned into cultural hubs for entertainment, including a discussion on the benefits and consequences. Follow @monthofmodern and check out MonthofModern.com to stay in the know. Thanks for reading, 

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INSIDE THE ISSUE SEPTEMBER 2018

FEATURES 52 Emerging Designers Month of Modern celebrates emerging local designers' modern art.

56 Daydream Desserts Where dessert dreams come true in the form of vegan, raw goodness.

58 Inside Haertling's Houses Month of Modern presents a one-of-a-kind tour of the homes designed by renowned architect, Charles Haertling.

66 La Dolce Vita A wedding and event planner's

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community comes together for an all-out wedding weekend bash.

66 DEPARTMENTS 16

Lifestyle Letter

20 Good Times 26 Around Town 32 Our Contributors

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36 Healthy Lifestyle 42 Open House 48 Locally Owned 52 Local Limelight 56 Culinary Creations 74

Renovate & Refine

80 Artist’s Palette 86 Hops & Vine 90 DIY 94 Lifestyle Calendar 98 Local’s Choice


GOOD TIMES 1.

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Realities for Children Summer Bash at Bolder Insurance A summer after hours on July 19th at Bolder Insurance in Louisville, raising awareness and funds for the amazing local non-profit; Realities For Children - Boulder County. We celebrated the warm weather with corn hole, brick oven pizza from Treppeda’s Ristorante (Niwot) and fun!

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1. Sydney Bergen, George & Judy Moloney | 2. Shannon Vesco, Annabelle Corkill, George Moloney, Jane & Scott Horton, Brent Friesth | 3. Kamela & Howard Treppeda | 4. Annabelle Corkill, Robert & Shannon Vesco | 5. Eric Schultz, Leanne Fisher, Sydney Bergen, Adriana & Ryan Balentine | 6. Stephanie Trujillo, Nancy Chin Wagner

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The Tenth Annual Jul-IPA Festival at The West End Tavern The West End Tavern celebrated “the intrepid IPA” at the tenth annual Jul-IPA Festival. Guests explored a coast-to-coast line-up of the “Best and Baddest” IPAs out there while indulging in IPA-inspired chef’s specials, games and giveaways. As in years past, all proceeds benefited the Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence. This year Jul-IPA raised over $17,000! PHOTOGRAPHY THE WEST END TAVERN

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1. Guests enjoyed IPAs from around the country on The West End’s sunny rooftop patio | 2. Ice cold beer and sweeping views of the Flatirons | 3. IPA and bingo: talk about a perfect way to spend the afternoon! | 4. Touring the country, one IPA at a time | 5. Bidding in the silent auction. Prizes this year included custom MilIer skis, a Breckenridge Bourbon snowboard, GABF tickets, Red Rocks tickets, and much more | 6. Pouring samples of Breckenridge Bourbon. Yum-o! 20

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1 in 3 people return their bed in a box. Less than 1 in 100 return their Urban Mattress.

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Celebrating the Ages Celebrating the Ages is Cultivate’s annual fundraiser and live auction to raise funds to help seniors flourish in their communities. PHOTOGRAPHY LISA DOANE PHOTOGRAPHY

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1. Sandy Hozempa, Mary Huffman, Donna Mitchell, Carey Mason, Karen Pickering, Robert Schaffner, Nancy Chin-Wagner, Elliot Forsythe, Susie Germany, Jan Berg, Chryst | 2. A great thanks to all of those who attended! | 3. Helen Cartin, Sharon Greene | 4. Sara Cousins | 5. Doug Carpenter, auctioneer | 6. Live auction

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Yoga Loft Gunbarrel & Up Dog Cafe Grand Opening Yoga Loft expanded to a new location — Gunbarrel! Next to the studio is the Up Dog Cafe. Everyone who walked through the door picked out of the bin for a prize! Free yoga classes were given to everyone all day Friday/Saturday with cafe drinks and food. It was a party! 

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1. Goodie bags | 2. Patrizia Marziali Rachel Ness welcoming visitors | 3. Jeff Bailey (owner) closing Avita Class | 4. Ben Vidal and Jody making coffee at the Up Dog Cafe | 5. Visitors coming in meeting new and old friends | 6. Lori Kemmet (owner on right) singing, balloons, fun for all

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LIV Sotheby’s International Realty Holds Quarterly Best Luncheon

LIV Sotheby’s International Realty holds an exclusive luncheon event every quarter to recognize brokers who are performing at the highest level. This quarter, over 120 brokers were recognized out of the roughly 350 brokers who are a part of the firm. The event was held on July 26th at Quality Italian Denver, including exceptional food, drinks and conversation. PHOTOGRAPHY LIV SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY

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1. Dierk Herbermann, EVP of LIV SIR, and other LIV SIR brokers | 2. Boulder Broker Jeff Erickson, and others from LIV SIR | 3. Scott Webber, President of LIV SIR, and Erin McDonald, Managing Broker of Boulder LIV SIR Office | 4. LIV SIR brokers and Kristen Muller, SVP Marketing & Communications | 5. Event hosted at Quality Italian Denver | 6. Excellent wine to celebrate the brokers’ accomplishments

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AROUND TOWN

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b est co lle ct i o n

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FOURTH ANNUAL BOULDER GREEN HOME TOUR The Colorado Green Building Guild, a local non-profit, is proud to present the fourth annual Boulder Green Home Tour. The tour is Saturday, September 29th, 2018, from 10 to 4 p.m., rain or shine. Community members from Boulder and surrounding areas are invited to tour and step inside amazing local green homes. The purpose of the Boulder Green Home Tour is to highlight some of the most innovative green building projects in Boulder and help promote the collaborative exchange of ideas on green building in our community. We are collaborating with Boulder Housing Partners to donate 10% of our revenues to their local projects. The self-paced tour will feature eight projects in the Boulder area. These homes are among the greenest in the nation and include new construction, remodels, green neighborhoods, various types of solar, Net Zero Energy homes, a LEED Platinum building, and a rammed earth structure. We are expecting 300 to 400 attendees.

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BRAZILIAN FALL CARNAVAL! GRAND FINALE - 2018 COLORADO BRAZIL FEST CONCERT SERIES! Join Ginga, Bateria Alegria, and special guests on Saturday, September 22 at 8:00 pm for an evening of exciting samba music, dance and alegria at the beautiful Dickens Opera House in Longmont!

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Colorado Brazil Fest is the largest festival of its kind in Colorado, and one of the largest in the nation, with 15002000 participants each year. Colorado Brazil Fest is hosted by Boulder Samba School, a local non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the rich heritage of Brazilian music, dance, and culture, with a track record of engaging CONTINUED >


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thousands of local residents in performances and educational music programs since its inception in 2009. The Brazilian Fall Carnaval on the 22nd will cap off the 2018 Concert Series of five shows, with both local and guest artists from Brazil, celebrating and performing a variety of Brazilian musical styles. For more information about the Colorado Brazil Fest, including tickets, please visit. ColoradoBrazilFest.org Photo: Brittany Teuber

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THE MOUNTAIN SUN PUBS AND BREWERIES ANNOUNCE 25TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION, COLORADO KIND FESTIVAL A Partnership with Planet Bluegrass, the Two-Day Music Festival will take place on September 14th and 15th. Featuring the String Cheese Incident, the Motet and Yonder Mountain String Band, and many more surprises. When the Mountain Sun first opened its doors 25 years ago, one of its core values was to give back to the community that supported it. In this spirit, the pub offered free live music once a week, a tradition that still holds true at Mountain Sun pubs today. For its silver jubilee, the Mountain Sun is joining forces with Planet Bluegrass to create a stage for

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some of the best acts to ever play the pubs. More than a dozen local businesses, including Planet Bluegrass, Avery, Snooze, the Boulder Weekly, Terrapin Care Station, Left Hand Brewing, and Anthem Branding have all come together to support the

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OUR CONTRIBUTORS Cherie Goff — Principal, AIA Dog lover, feminist, vegetarian  and Eames fan. Producing at the fulcrum of simplicity and mathematics to answer design problems with honest solutions. Let’s design a world that’s thoughtful, considered and aesthetically pleasing. Harvey Hine — Principal, AIA 

Stephanie Bingham — Marketing

Ski instructor, jeweler, traveler, hus-

Ninja, hustler, music lover, Swiss

band, father of two adult boys and

Design fan and proud pixel pusher.

architect. The Don Quixote of archi-

Working at the intersection of modern-

tects fighting city governments about

ism and elegance to craft experiences

ridiculous codes and losing every bat-

that go beyond design. I’m fueled by

tle. Nothing ventured nothing gained.

beer, bluegrass and tortilla chips

Lindsay Beukhof — Architect Hiking

addict,

DJ,

dreamer and

Koolhaas fan. Acting at the junction of beauty and minimalism to express a strong design concept that carries through the entire project. Leah Civiok — Interior Designer 

Izze — Security Officer

New Yorker turned nature enthusiast,

Security

foodie, Florence Knoll fan and SCAD

prolific bone-stealer, acceptor of bel-

grad. Operating at the intersection of

ly-rubs and treats. Car ride or long

art and elegance to design great interi-

walk anyone?

Officer,

sleeper,

lounger,

ors for living, breathing human beings.

Matt Boeddiker — Designer Trail runner, coffee addict, gardener, outdoor explorer, cyclist and CCA grad. Performing at the intersection of context and problem solving to express innovative design solutions. I prefer clear logic to decoration. 

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Lauren Folkerts — Architect

Lula — Naptime Operations Director

Snowboarder, risk-taker, gardener and

Naptime Operations, small but mighty,

#vanlife lover. Designing at the sweet spot

mama’s girl, swimmer, standup paddle-

between beauty and sustainability to create

boarder. There’s nothing a good snooze

strong, lasting and remarkable buildings.

can’t cure.

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ILLUSTRATIONS SARAH LEITUALA

HAPPY 30TH ANNIVERSARY TO MONTH OF MODERN'S (MOM) FOUNDER! Reaching a pearl anniversary is an amazing accomplishment for anyone — let alone a small architecture practice such as HMH Architecture + Interiors who is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2018. When asked what the next thirty years hold, Cherie Goff states “We've come a long way in 30 years, but we have always stayed true to our core values. Design has always been a top priority along with creating a fun work environment with a good work-life balance. We always strive to do better work, and we are looking forward to the buildings of decade four and beyond.” Meet the brains (and brawn) behind Month of Modern. @monthofmodern | MonthOfModern.com  September 2018 | Boulder Lifestyle

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5240 2nd Street $1,785,000 Barb Silverman 303.886.5329

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The Alps Inn with over 14,000 square feet, 12 distinctive guest suites, owner’s unit, situated right on Boulder Creek, minutes to downtown Boulder.

Custom contemporary home in an outstanding location with beautiful Flatiron views and hiking trails out your back door. Best of Boulder outdoor lifestyle.

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REALTY REPORT NEIGHBORHOOD

BOULDER

ORIGINAL PRICE

SOLD PRICE

%SOLD/ORIG

DOM

3840 Pleasant Ridge Road

$9,000,000

$8,137,400

90%

262

40420 Boulder Canyon Drive

$3,475,000

$3,230,000

93%

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540 Pleasant Street

$3,300,000

$3,200,000

97%

53

390 Linden Avenue

$3,300,000

$3,200,000

97%

189

2015 Orchard Avenue

$3,450,000

$3,150,000

91%

94

3231 4th Street

$3,200,000

$3,147,700

98%

23

546 Geneva Avenue

$3,195,000

$3,100,000

97%

54

503 Kalmia Avenue

$3,200,000

$2,875,000

90%

100

2070 Poplar Avenue

$2,649,000

$2,600,000

98%

9

2725 6th Street

$2,395,000

$2,500,000

104%

5

1605 Columbine Avenue

$2,575,000

$2,360,000

92%

14

525 Dellwood Avenue

$1,795,000

$1,850,000

103%

3

3580 16th Street

$1,950,000

$1,830,000

94%

98

115 Barcelona Drive

$1,850,000

$1,794,500

97%

79

8277 Cattail Drive

$1,795,000

$1,712,500

95%

21

2240 17th Street

$1,595,000

$1,710,000

107%

6

8052 Bellflower Court

$1,750,000

$1,695,480

97%

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This data is a sampling of sold properties from July 2018. Source: IRES MLS system.

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HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

PLANT-BASED LIVING

ARTICLE CHANTEL ELLERINGTON PHOTOGRAPHY KYLIE FITTS

A NEW MODERN NORM. JOSHUA STEVENS (@TUMBLEWEEDULTRA) TELLS US ABOUT HIS LIFESTYLE OF ULTRA RUNNING AND A PLANT-BASED DIET.

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WHETHER YOU ARE A LOCAL, STUDENT OR A TRANSPLANT LIVING IN BOULDER, THE THOUGHT OF PLANT-BASED EATING HAS PROBABLY CROSSED YOUR MIND IN ONE WAY OR ANOTHER. We live these so-called modern lifestyles in some areas of our lives (mainly with technology), but what about our food consumption? Do we choose to be ignorant in that area and not adapt? We wanted to dive deeper and spark a discussion, so we sat down with a local ultra runner, Joshua Stevens, 47 and asked his insight in the pursuit of an ethically plant-based diet. IS FOLLOWING A PLANT-BASED LIFESTYLE IS IT EASY TO DO DAILY AND WHERE DOES THAT MOTIVATION AND PASSION FOR PURSUING THIS LIFESTYLE COMING FROM? BEING IN THE SPORTS INDUSTRY DO YOU SEE IN ATHLETES A SHIFT IN NUTRITION AND HOW THEY ARE FUELING THEIR BODIES? Comparatively, Boulder is a relatively easy town to balance the pursuit of a plant-based lifestyle in conjunction with being an endurance athlete. In response to the motivation to pursue said lifestyle, it’s equal parts nutrition/performance and morality/ethics. As for a plant-based lifestyles role in modern performance in athletics, I’d point to the recent ESPN report on 15-members of the NFL Franchise the Tennessee Titans who are plant-based and Rich Roll’s recent guest Nimai Delgado. IS BOULDER AHEAD OF OTHER CITIES IN IMPLEMENTING THIS MODERN APPROACH TO EATING A MORE SUSTAINABLE AND CONSCIOUS WAY OF EATING TO FUEL OUR BODIES THAN THE OLD FOOD PYRAMID? I feel (and this is my anecdotal observation) is more progressive than the majority of most American communities with its plant-based offerings but has some catching up to do with towns like Asheville, NC in relation to the quantity of farmers markets, and vegan-based restaurants. I trust that in 5-years we have multiple farmers markets and more plant-based eating establishments. DO YOU FEEL A SENSE OF "OBLIGATION" IN THIS CITY THAT WE SHOULD BE STEPPING UP OUR FOOD HABITS AND TAKE THE TIME TO LEARN ABOUT ANIMAL LIVELIHOOD, AND THE BENEFITS OF PLANT-BASED FOODS? My observation is that Boulder is similar to any number of communities that evolve and develop based upon economic demand-signals. There are many athletes in our community (along with many of our citizenry) that adhere to animal flesh based diets. Subsequently, much of our food service industry caters to those demands. It’s not my place to suggest whether or not that is the proper reflection of our community. I can only speak for myself and my actions. I’ve discovered that my participation and involvement in events and organizations like Vegfest, Colorado, Luvin Arms Animal Sanctuary and The Wild Animal Sanctuary have opened my eyes to great possibilities in Boulder. CONTINUED >

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VEGAN JACKFRUIT TACOS Adapted from Forks over Knives

JACKFRUIT FILLING

FILLING INSTRUCTIONS:

INGREDIENTS:

Over medium-low heat, saute the potatoes,

1 medium potato, cubed

onions and garlic in ¼ cup water until the onions

1 medium onion, cubed

are tender. Add drained jackfruit, salsa, taco sea-

2 cloves garlic, minced

soning mix and continue cooking until the juices

1, 14 oz can water-packed jackfruit,

are absorbed. Break the jackfruit into smaller

drained and rinsed

pieces and stir in the lemon juice.

Salsa, to taste 3 tbsp taco seasoning (a mixture of

TACO SLAW INSTRUCTIONS:

chili seasoning, salt and pepper)

De-stem and shred the kale into a medium-large

2 tbsp lemon juice

bowl. Add the shredded cabbage and carrots and

2 tbsp cilantro

toss. Massage the lemon juice, apple cider vine-

12 corn tortillas

gar and avocado to the mix. Season with salt and pepper, to taste.

TACO SLAW INGREDIENTS: 1 small bunch of kale, de-stemmed

ASSEMBLE:

¼ head of red cabbage, shredded

Heat corn tortillas in a medium-low heated skil-

1-2 carrots, shredded or julienned

let until thoroughly warm. Remove from heat,

Lemon juice to taste

scoop in jackfruit filling and top with the taco

Apple cider vinegar to taste

slaw and cilantro. Enjoy!

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A SPANISH HILL S RE VIVAL HOW ELLIS BUILDS TRANSFORMED AN OUTDATED FIXER-UPPER INTO A PRIZE SPANISH HILLS MASTERPIECE.

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ARTICLE KELLI RUHL | PHOTOGRAPHY KYLIE FITTS

SITUATED JUST SOUTHEAST OF BOULDER, THE SPANISH

but their home simply did not meet their needs. The old house — which

HILLS NEIGHBORHOOD IS KNOWN FOR ITS UNRIVALED VIEWS

had previously been haphazardly renovated — had small windows

OF THE FRONT RANGE, BACK RANGE AND BEYOND. For those

throughout, the master bedroom was hidden at the back of the house,

lucky enough to call this beautiful locale home, it’s all about the vista.

the kitchen was small and outdated, and the garages were undersized

For one Spanish Hills family, however, their love of their neighborhood

and had no mud room. The family wanted to reconfigure their home

was tempered by the unfortunate design of their 1960's house. Enter:

in order to capitalize on their stunning views, to gain more functional

Ellis Builds. The Boulder-based firm had done — and continues to do

space to support their growing family and to create an outdoor living

— a number of projects in Spanish Hills, and they added this classic

space where they could enjoy Boulder’s beautiful summer nights.

remodel to their repertoire in the fall of 2016 with the help of architectural and interior design services provided by MQ Architecture.

The tricky part of the project, Ellis notes, was thoroughly revamping the home while staying within the client’s budget. They could not

As Ellis Builds’s Founder and President David Ellis recounts, the

“throw money” at the project, but had to be smart and resourceful,

project boasts a classic remodel story: the family adored their location,

fully utilizing the old house to best support the new one. Luckily for CONTINUED >

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Horizontal Thermory Siding adorns the exterior of the home’s front entryway, as well as the walls of the outdoor living space

doors courtesy of TruStile imbue the home 2. Custom with a unique, modern charm cabinets from The Artisan Shop bring the re3. Custom vamped kitchen to life windows allow full access to Boulder’s breath4. Marvin taking views

5. The home boasts stunning 6” European Rustic White Oak hardwood flooring throughout

IPE 2’x2’ Wood Pavers provide the stunning 6. Bison deck floor of the family’s outdoor living space

the homeowners, Ellis Builds prides themselves on working with

well as the conversion of the family’s old living room into an expan-

their clients from day one, meticulously crafting realistic budgets and

sive master suite with a private outdoor seating area.

sticking to them faithfully.

The most notable addition to the home, however, is undoubtedly

The remodel reshaped what was once an underutilization of

the grand outdoor living space situated atop the family’s new garage.

Spanish Hills real estate into a stunning space ideally suited to

Boasting an exposed steel beam structure, metal handrails and a check-

embrace the home’s location and provide the family with the func-

erboard wood pallet deck, the space is, in Ellis’s words, “very dramatic.”

tional space they craved. The top level of the house was gutted and

Finally, their clients had a space to gather with family and friends to truly

rebuilt, this time with grand, vaulted ceilings with exposed glulam

capitalize on the jaw-dropping location of their (now) dream home.

beams soaring high above an airy, open living area. The great room is

When the time came for the Ellis Builds team to pack up their tools

surrounded with floor-to-ceiling windows, creating what Ellis likens

and call it a day, the newly minted “mountain modern” masterpiece

to a "personal veranda," taking in incredible views from every angle.

featured four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms; a once dated home

The rebuild also included a new mudroom and two-car garage, as

transformed into a beautiful, functional Spanish Hills showpiece.

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JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED — A NEW MODEL OF HEALTHCARE. HERE’S AN IN-DEPTH Q&A WITH DR. DAVID TUSEK ABOUT HIS APPROACH TO MODERN MEDICINE. ARTICLE LAYNE ELIZABETH | PHOTOGRAPHY MICHAEL RAINERO WHAT DO YOU THINK IS THE BIGGEST

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PROBLEM IN HEALTHCARE TODAY?

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I believe there are two: the rising cost of health-

ensure no one is blindsided. Our core value

care and the rising rates of chronic disease.

is to be champions for our patients’ health

The reality is that the conventional health-

and financial well-being.

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HOW IS CLOUD DIFFERENT FROM OTHER

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NEW EMERGING HEALTHCARE MODELS?

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While good portions of the emerging mod-

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new models which support health in a broader

conventional healthcare, these convenient

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LOCAL LIMELIGHT

DESIGN REDEFINED MONTH OF MODERN CELEBRATES EMERGING LOCAL DESIGNERS

ALEXANDER GIRAY

FURNITURE

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Alexander finds inspiration for the artfully crafted furniture pieces of Alexander Gíray Designs from a variety of sources, drawing from a childhood spent redesigning and reimagining everything around him to studying rock faces while climbing. A Danish Modernism enthusiast, Alexander works to achieve a balance of the modern, vintage and functional in his furniture, always keeping in mind ways to translate the ARTICLE LISA VAN HORNE | PHOTOGRAPHY LADD FORDE

romanticism of the past into a modern concept. WHAT DOES BEING A MODERN DESIGNER MEAN TO YOU?

TO BE MODERN IS TO BE RELATED TO THE PRESENT. But the term “modern design” encompasses much more, and it’s this myriad of progressive inspiration, creativity and vision that Month of Modern (MonthofModern.com) sets out to celebrate. Now in its fifth year, Month of Modern is a month-long extravaganza of design-related events hosted by Boulder’s HMH Architecture + Interiors. Aiming to give back to the community by promoting local designers and celebrating their crafts, Month of Modern provides Boulder the opportunity to exchange new ideas centered around modern architecture, design, lifestyles, art and culture. “Boulder’s history of modern design, the high quality of craftsmanship and a desire to simplify our lifestyles has fueled a resurgence of modern design,” says HMH Architecture + Interiors Principal and Month of Modern Co-founder, Cherie Goff. “We are excited to highlight the great history of modernism in Boulder as well as the talented architects, artists and designers working today.” On October 25th, the Month of Modern Wrap Party will further celebrate the work of local designers with the first ever Emerging Designer Showcase in collaboration with Todd Reed Jewelry. The event, featuring live music, a pop-up lounge by Rifugio Modern, food by Blackbelly, desserts by Daydream Desserts and cocktails prime for the celebratory clinking of glasses, will culminate in the presentation of the Emerging Designer Award to an up-and-coming local talent in modern design. We chatted with some of these nominated creatives about what being a modern designer means to them.

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“As a modern designer, it’s my job to challenge what I see around me. Modern design is a mindset in which you constantly reimagine the now and challenge the status quo. It should make you reconsider what you know, inspire you and even confuse you at times, encouraging you to push out of established norms and be bold.”


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AVA GOLDBERG @ANIMALHANDMADE | AnimalHandmade.com Maximal pattern on a minimal form is Ava’s motto as she crafts the embossed leather goods that make up her Animal Handmade brand. Having grown up in a creative, entrepreneurial family, Ava is inspired by the mysteries and beauties of existence, and she often uses animal forms in her designs as a metaphor for human experience. Ava works to blend concise lines, a textural feel and an almost hieroglyphic distillation of her ideas into her unique, visceral designs. WHAT DOES BEING A MODERN DESIGNER MEAN TO YOU? “I’m a designer working in this specific moment in time, meaning I consciously and unconsciously refer to the art of the past while bringing my reactions and interpretations of the present into my work. It’s a messy scramble of history and influence, time and place, and my personal perspective — one that won’t ever be untangled.” CONTINUED >

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PRINTMAKING & MIXED MEDIA

HEATHER KAHN-PYATT @HEATHER.K.PYATT | HeatherKPyatt.com Heather has a diverse artistic background, from gaining a formal education in painting, art history and art theory to designing custom rugs as part of a family business, designing sustainable homes in Boulder County, and teaching color theory and two-dimensional design at the University of Colorado Boulder. Yet now, Heather has returned to her loves of printmaking, painting and drawing, creating abstract, graphically appealing print pieces that marry all the artistic influences she’s explored throughout her career. WHAT DOES BEING A MODERN ARTIST MEAN TO YOU? “Being a modern artist today means focusing on strong design and craft— having a sensibility and deep respect for every material you choose and highlighting its properties and capabilities. Modern art should celebrate both beauty and innovation while maintaining a simplicity and clarity of form.”

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For Frankie, creating art is an opportunity to understand and describe his reactions to and interactions and relationships with the world around him. Frankie works to forge connections between his art and its viewers, bringing a semi-fantastical style and bright color palette to his large-scale, interactive F.E. Toan pieces that represent his musings on timely, relevant topics, such as social media. WHAT DOES BEING A MODERN ARTIST MEAN TO YOU? “I try to make art that comments on our world today and helps me better understand my lived experience. Artists are always trying to expand what art is and, with these expanded definitions of art, I feel free to explore as an artist with endless possibilities.”

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CULINARY CREATIONS

Have Your Cake WHERE DESSERT DREAMS COME TRUE

PHOTOGRAPHY BRITTNI BELL WARSHAW

DID YOU KNOW YOU ACTUALLY CAN HAVE YOUR CAKE AND EAT IT TOO? You can thank self-proclaimed dessert alchemist Emma Nelson and her raw dessert company, Daydream Desserts for that. (And that’s a big thank you.) Raw desserts focus on whole, organic, plantbased ingredients that don’t have to be baked. Instead of white flour and sugar — that are pro-inflammatory and lack nutritional value — raw cacao, nuts, seeds, fruits, and the main sweetener, ground dates, are substituted as a vegan twist. It is a form of art and science, as Nelson mixes up reinvented recipes using her taste and gut. “I experiment all of the time, trying to recreate some of my favorite recipes like cinnamon rolls and donuts, to make them healthier, nutritional and also delicious,” says Nelson. We support that. Nelson’s mother was a guiding force as a fellow food entrepreneur herself. 56

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MONTH OF MODERN'S COCKTAIL WRAP PARTY AT ETOWN When: October 25 Where: eTown For tickets and more information, visit MonthofModern.com.

And Eat It Too

ARTICLE DANA LAPINEL


CASHEWS

LEMON

LOCAL PEACHES RASPBERRIES “As a teenager, I watched her start Wedderspoon

USA,

importing

raw

manuka honey. I helped her label the jars and would pass out samples at trade shows. Today, their products are in every major retailer,” says Nelson. “She is always encouraging me along this crazy journey.”

CACAO (NIBS AND POWDER)

Since launching Daydream Desserts in 2015 (formerly known as Emmapie’s Kitchen) at the Boulders Farmers Market, her desserts have taken off since the concept reflects present-day’s shift to a healthy lifestyle with plants at the center of people's diets. The future is plant-based living. This is why Nelson’s concept fits in with Month of Modern’s motto, where Daydream Desserts is the official sponsor of the Cocktail Wrap Party at eTown on October 25th. *Spoiler Alert.* There will be samples of Trill Bars,

COCONUT

raw cheezecake slices and a modern take on pumpkin pie to fit the season. As far as the future looks, “Daydream is fully independent which has its pros and limitations to growth. I go back and forth between wanting to create a local

RAW LOCAL HONEY

dessert shop or become a national CPG company. My dream is to have both, so we will see where things go!” Follow Emma Nelson’s life in the

DATES

raw at DaydreamDessertCo.com and @daydream_dessert.

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ARTICLE BRIANNA BLAIR | PHOTOGRAPHY LADD FORDE

THE NATURE OF HAERTLING HOUSES MONTH OF MODERN, CU ART MUSEUM AND HISTORIC BOULDER JOIN FORCES ON OCTOBER 13TH FOR A ONE-OF-A-KIND TOUR OF THE HOMES DESIGNED BY MODERNIST ARCHITECT, CHARLES HAERTLING.

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THE NATURE OF HAERTLING HOUSES

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BY WAY OF NATURE’S DESIGN, ARCHITECT CHARLES

Matheson who knew Haertling as more than just a limit-pushing

HAERTLING BUILT MODERNISM IN THE MOUNTAINS OF

modernist. Matheson and his wife befriended Viola Haertling —

BOULDER, COLORADO. Clean lines with minimalist ideations,

Charles’s wife — when she was the choir director at their family

Haertling was modern before his time, bringing houses of the future

church in Boulder. Soon after, the four of them became close friends.

to a once small mountain town.

“I think that there was an understanding that he might someday design a house for us, but that day might be many years away. In the

“MY FATHER USED TO ALWAYS SAY A HOME IS SOMETHING THAT YOU PUT IN A HOUSE,” SAYS JOEL HAERTLING. “SO HE DID NOT DESIGN HOMES, HE DESIGNED HOUSES FOR HOMES TO BE PUT IN.”

meantime, Charles was designing and building more houses. Initially, the banks wouldn’t loan much money, because the houses were so weird. But he kept building more houses,” says Matheson. “And one day, everything changed. A couple of his houses appeared on the cover of LIFE Magazine and Charles was proclaimed the new ‘Frank

Haertling designed over 40 structures, most of which are found nestled in the foothills and camouflaged by now mature trees. After serving a two-year stint in the Navy and graduating from Washington University in Missouri, Haertling opened his office to practice archi-

Lloyd Wright.’ Suddenly, everyone wanted Haertling houses.” After buying his own land, Matheson’s dream of having Haertling build a house for his family soon became a reality. “We found 10 acres of land at the western tip of Davidson Mesa,

tecture in 1957 and found his big break soon after in 1958 with the

with a great view of Boulder and the mountains from the south-

Noble House.

east,” says Matheson. “At first, Haertling refused to build our house.

When asked to describe his father, Joel differentiates him from his work.

But when we brought him up to the land, he looked around for a

“My father: A potent aesthetic resource — qualified by caring.

moment and suddenly changed his mind. I’m not sure whether

His work: Aesthetically coherent and enlightening upon seeing

Haertling thought about how his foreign design might look to 50,000

and living in.”

Boulderites, or what really caused him to decide to build us a house

It is Haertling’s designs that find themselves intriguing audiences

suddenly. But of course, we were very happy that he did.”

of all generations. To this day, people frequently stop to catch a

According to Matheson, Haertling saw his houses as sculptures.

glimpse of the groundbreaking masterpieces that took the architec-

At times the functionality of the inside was lost due to the extreme

ture world by surprise.

focus on the outside.

However, Haertling’s houses were not all created equal. Amongst the quiet neighborhood streets of Boulder sits the Volsky House. Haertling’s residences were named after the first family who lived in them — families that Haertling interviewed and worked tirelessly with to ensure his vision would be properly maintained and loved. Built in 1964, the Volsky House, like all Haertling houses, is special. With its circular design and curved wooden features, it was an

THROUGH THE YEARS, HAERTLING HOUSES HAVE GROWN TO BE ADORED BY NOT ONLY THE COMMUNITY BUT BY ARCHITECTS ALIKE. HIS DESIGNS ARE EMPOWERING, INSPIRED BY NATURE AND A PROVEN TESTAMENT TO FOLLOWING YOUR PASSION — NO MATTER WHAT OTHERS MAY THINK.

object built in an unorthodox and foreign way. When the home was originally being built, neighbors petitioned to have the construction stopped due to the “grossness” of the design. But present-day owners Firuzeh and Navid Saidi are in awe of its charm and modernism.  “As soon as you walk up to the house, the element of surprise grabs you and pulls you in,” says Firuzeh. “You don’t know what to expect when you open the front door.”

“The design process is one of painful exhilaration,” says Joel, “where one gives ultimate importance to the problem being solved, letting the problem itself be an integrated solution which uses materials and structures void of distortion of uses untrue to that nature of the material so as to give excitement, adventure and human interest to the project.” To learn more about Haertling houses, join Month of Modern on October 13th for a one-of-a-kind home tour experience in Boulder.

Details such as an indoor suspension bridge walkway and a living

In partnership with CU Art Museum and Historic Boulder, see an

tree in a peaceful atrium, the Volsky House is more than meets the eye.

awe-inspiring group of select Charles Haertling houses, including

“Haertling’s creations were organic,” Firuzeh says. “The beauty of

the Volsky House. All proceeds benefit the CU Art Museum, Historic

the house can be found both indoor and outdoor making it feel as if you are living in a treehouse.” But owning a house that was intentionally built without a single 90-degree angle poses some specific complications.  “The hardest part about owning a Haertling house is the maintenance,” says Firuzeh. “The integrity of the house must be kept intact, while the upkeep of such a complex design results in the house becoming a true labor of love. But it is an absolute privilege to live in this house.”  While the Saidis did not know Haertling personally, it was Bob 60

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Firuzeh Saidi

The Volsky House

The Volsky House

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Volsky House From LIFE Magazine, 1966 | Photos: Michael Rougier

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MONTH OF MODERN | HOUSE TOUR What: Month of Modern House Tour featuring Charles Haertling Houses When: October 13th, 10:00am to 4:00pm Where: Self-guided tour in Boulder, Colorado  How Much: Tickets are available online at MonthOfModern.com. Tickets are $50/pp or two tickets for $80. 

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L A D O LC E V I TA

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN AN EVENT AND WEDDING PLANNER'S COMMUNITY COMES TOGETHER FOR AN ALL-OUT WEDDING WEEKEND BASH.

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LA DOLCE VITA

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LEAH COLBY KNOWS WEDDINGS. She’s run her

slightly eclectic, Italian summer theme. The abundance of

own wedding and event planning company, La Dolce

flowers had an extra special touch since they were provided

Events, for seven years. So what happens when a plan-

by lifelong friend and owner of Fiori Flowers, Lara DeBroux.

ner extraordinaire steps out from behind-the-scenes and

Having seen many couples scrambling at the last

into the spotlight on her own wedding day? Just as you’d

minute to write their wedding vows, Leah and Arron got

expect, Leah’s wedding to Arron Alexis was an inten-

theirs done a couple of weeks before the wedding.

tional event, filled with personal details and a whole lot of love with a community coming together to celebrate.

“I felt like we were able to better take it all in and really say them to each other,” Leah says of the vow swap.

Although Leah and Arron both grew up in Boulder,

Leah’s highlights were spending a full weekend of wed-

their paths didn’t really cross until seven or eight years

ding activities with loved ones — including a women’s

ago when they started running into each other at parties

blessing, pilates class, rehearsal dinner and pool party at

and events. Not-so-spoiler alert: they hit it off.

Boulder Elks Lodge — and having a huge loving wedding

Last September, Arron made it official with a surprise

party that consisted of 11 bridesmaids, one bridesman,

proposal at the barn where Leah rides a horse named

one junior bridesmaid, seven groomsmen, eight flower

Lirico. He schemed with fellow barn boarders to get

girls, three ring bearers and seven attendants, ushers,

Leah out there, but instead of finding an equine emer-

greeters and, last but not least, a butler.

gency, she found Arron down on two knees. “He said he couldn’t remember which knee to get

Did we mention there was also an epic wedding party flash mob?

down on, so he got down on both knees!” Leah says.

Right after the first dances where Leah danced with

“I was definitely in shock. The fact that he did it at my

two loves of her life — Arron, a given, and her adoring

favorite place was so thoughtful and sweet.”

mother — Leah’s 12 bridesmaids and bridesman sur-

Given Leah’s occupation, the couple had a head start

prised the couple with a choreographed dance to “Hold

when it came to planning the wedding. She already knew

On” by Wilson Phillips, “Marry You” by Bruno Mars and

which vendors would be the best fit for her and Arron’s style,

“Despacito” by Luis Fonsi.

so she pretty much gave them free reign to create something beautiful. And her tight-knit community did just that. “Everyone I worked with I absolutely love and trust, so

“Honestly the entire day/weekend exuded love, I’ve never felt so in love or loved. And loved by every single person there,” says Leah.

I told them, ‘You do what you do best,’” Leah says. “But

After the wedding, the couple flew to Maui for a quick hon-

I did have a little bit of a hard time letting go of control. I

eymoon. Then it was right back to wedding planning so Leah

could have delegated better.”

could focus on making other brides’ day as special as hers.

They chose a family friend’s Longmont residence for the ceremony and reception because of its stunning location and personal significance. Since Mother Nature already did most of the decorating for them, the space didn’t need a whole lot to get it wedding-ready. They used a neutral color palette and brought in combo roses and peonies — Leah’s favorite flowers — to achieve a 68

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LA DOLCE VITA

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WEDDING DAY VENDORS day-of coordination: Madison Boyer-Hayes (La Dolce Events) // catering: GB Culinary // lighting: Luminous Trees, Somerset McCarty // photography: Poppy + Co, Second Shooter: Bridget Burnett  // dessert: Kim & Jake's // rentals: Event Rents // musicians: Kevin Watson & Hunter Welles (ceremony, cocktail hour and bride and groom’s first dance) // dj: DJ West // florals: Fiori Flowers // bar: Bougie Syrups & Cocktails // after party: Arcana // hair: SideDoor Salon Thomas Obershaw & Andres Mendoza // hair: Kate Manz // makeup: Alchemy Face Bar - (Bre Morris, Tina Merli and Kristin Schroeder) // invitations, and all stationary printing and design: Black Dog Press // invitation calligraphy: Hazel - Inky Fingers Calligraphy // bride's ring: Todd Reed // groom's ring: Hurdle's Jewelry // wedding dress: Anna Bé Bridal Boutique, Designer: Ines Di Santo // groom’s attire: Indochino // hand-dyed groomsmen ties and table runners: Amée Hinkley // flash mob choreography: Nancy Cranbourne // restrooms: Lavish Loo // horse: Piernass de Listo (Aka, Tango) owned by Shelley Smagac // wine: Sundae Wines // officiant: Ginny Jordan // cocktail van: Cocktail Caravan 70

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ICING ON THE CAKE Wedding Date: July 7, 2018 Favorite Detail: Loved the details from the homemade limoncello as guest favors. (Called Mamacello because it was made by our moms.) Pre/Post Wedding Festivities: Women’s blessing for the bride, pilates in the park the day before the wedding, rehearsal dinner at Koenig Alumni Center, day after Reggae pool party at the Boulder Elks Lodge First Dance: River by Leon Bridges (performed live by Kevin Watson) Most Personal Detail: Huge cottonwood tree was the backdrop/arch for our ceremony. We love the significance of the tree, the age, two huge, main branches coming together to one trunk. Our officiant spoke about the roots extending underneath all of our guests. The After Party: Arcana, the most gorgeous restaurant in town. Love, love, love it there and their craft cocktails are to die for.

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KITCHENS AL FRESCO INSIDE A GROWING TREND WITH BOULDER'S ARTISAN OUTDOOR KITCHENS OUTDOOR KITCHENS ARE HAVING A MOMENT IN

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spaces that can satisfy all their entertainment and outdoor

opening up ample opportunities to create outdoor kitchens

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There is also the pure fun of incorporating distinct cooking

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appliances and amenities into outdoor kitchen spaces. From

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pizza ovens to rotisseries, bartending set-ups, oven hoods, and

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more, outdoor kitchens are now being created in the visions of

kitchens, meaning homeowners can create outdoor kitchen

any number of styles, tastes and functional needs.

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THE RECIPE FOR AN IDEAL OUTDOOR KITCHEN + Stainless steel cabinetry provides both style and durability + Powder coating protects cabinetry with numerous available attractive finishes + Countertops in ultra-compact materials to withstand the elements + Unique appliances to give your kitchen exciting personality and functionality + Beverage and bartending set-ups to keep the good times flowing

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THE MODERN TAKE Perfectly complimenting its well-manicured landscape surroundings, this sleek outdoor kitchen embodies a distinctly modern feel and appeal. With cabinetry featuring a Nu-Black Hammertone powder coat finish and modern slab door style, this kitchen was designed for the ability to both prep and cook meals outside, featuring two sinks, ample workspace, a two-drawer refrigerator and a high-BTU single burner.

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ARTIST’S PALETTE

Qui e t

BUT POWERFUL A LOOK AT SANDRA PRATT’S OIL PAINTINGS

ARTICLE CAMILLE WILSON

SANDRA PRATT PAINTS MUSEUM-QUALITY ROMAN-

PHOTOGRAPHY KELSEY HUFFER

TIC LANDSCAPES USING OIL ON CANVAS. Her work speaks to the iconic American west with open and vast scenes and brilliant hues of color. Ann Klein, co-owner of SmithKlein Gallery in Boulder where Pratt shows some of her work, describes the paintings as having a quiet but powerful emotion to them. “SmithKlein Gallery is moving toward more modern, contemporary styles, and her paintings are a beautiful bridge to that,” said Klein. “They still have identifiable objects, and the abstract palette knife work and colors that many people are using in interiors make them resonate with a lot of clients.”   We recently chatted with Pratt to learn a bit more:  

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ARTIST’S PALETTE

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LET’S START WITH A LITTLE ABOUT YOUR BACKGROUND. Pratt: Sure, I was born in Chicago and moved to Loveland when I was 12. I have spent some time in Taos and Sweden over the years, but now I live and work in Boulder. I’m a self-taught artist. I did go to art school in Chicago for one semester but then decided to experiment on my own. HOW DID YOU GET INTO OIL PAINTING AS AN ART MEDIUM? Pratt: When I was younger I read Richard Schmid’s book Alla Prima: Everything I Know About Painting  and learned how to do color charts for different colors and values with the palette knife. I love oils because they’re so vivid and rich with an old-fashioned feel. Even the process of making the paint is old, and it just has a thickness that is so permanent.   SO HOW DID THE PALETTE KNIFE BECOME YOUR PRIMARY TOOL? Pratt: As I started painting more, I really enjoyed how direct the knife itself is as opposed to brushes which are great for detail and delicate work. The knife has such a simpler effect. There’s a wide range of things you can do with it, and the work looks effortless.  

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YOUR LANDSCAPES TEND TO SHOW ISOLATED, VAST SCENES. ARE THERE PERSONAL EXPERIENCES THAT HAVE INFLUENCED YOUR WORK? Pratt: I do use photos for reference, but I like to push the boundaries of what’s there and make it a little more interesting. I’m always looking for unification in the color scheme, and I let the knife take the lead. With my art, I don’t really feel like I’m painting it. I just play around until it looks good. I’ve been enjoying doing mountains and ocean scenes lately, but it’s always evolving. HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR STYLE? Pratt: More important than style is the connection people have when they see my work. It evokes a different feeling for a variety of people. Some say they respond to the colors or they just like the feeling they get, or they might just really love the small house. The fact that they respond to the work in such a way that they want to hang my painting in their home is special. That connection with people is really important to me.   WHERE CAN I FIND YOUR WORK? I am honored to have my paintings showing at SmithKlein Gallery in Boulder, Vail International Gallery in Vail, and other galleries in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Bend, Oregon and Carmel-bythe-Sea, California. SandraPratt.com

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HOPS & VINE ARTICLE AMELIA BROUGHTON | PHOTOGRAPHY JEFF JONES

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DIY

MAKE YOUR OWN LEARN HOW TO QUICKLY UPCYCLE AN OLD TANK TOP INTO A NEW REUSABLE BAG.

ARTICLE EMILY O'BRIEN PHOTOGRAPHY KARA DEYOUNG

DID YOU KNOW THE CITY OF BOULDER IS WORKING HARD TO BECOME A ZERO-WASTE COMMUNITY BY 2025? Right now, 90% of what we throw away could be recycled or composted. Together, we can change this. According to The Sierra Club's Sierra magazine, Americans throw away an estimated 100 billion plastic bags each year, and only 1% to 3% are recycled. Yikes. “Bringing your own reusable bag is way better than getting a fresh paper or plastic bag every time you go to the grocery store, but just how beneficial depends on how many times you use it. The more your reusable bag goes to the store with you, the more you save on natural resources — petroleum, trees, water — and the lower your carbon footprint,” says Harlin Savage, communication director at Eco-Cycle. If you live in Boulder, you’re likely already toting around a reusable bag. After the city initiated a ten cents disposable bag charge roughly five years ago, there was a notable drop in usage within the first six months— 68%! “What your reusable bag is made of is also important. We recommend buying one made with recycled materials for added benefit. You can also make your own bags, which has the added benefit of saving you money,” says Savage. 90

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If your bag is starting to disintegrate or

STEP 3: Cut fringe, from the bottom of the

you’re looking to add a new one to your collec-

shirt to the line you’ve created, about an inch

tion, why not opt for a DIY upcycled creation?

in width. Then take two pieces of fringe from

I love an easy craft just as much as the next

opposite sides and double knot them; con-

person, but if it requires me to a) go to the store

tinue through to the end. There will be slight

for obscure materials or b) put in more than 5

holes between the knots. If you want to close

minutes comprehending directions then I’m

those up, take the top strip and knot it again to

out. Luckily, this one is as easy as can be —

the bottom of the next strip all the way to the

promise! If you have a tank top lying around

end. (This step is optional depending on what

and a pair of scissors, you can make this in 10

you’ll use the bag for.) Turn right-side out.

minutes flat. No glue, no sewing. Here’s how: STEP 4: Voila. Pat yourself on the back STEP 1: Find an old tank top and turn it

because you are ready to roll with your new

inside out. (You could also use a t-shirt by

upcycled bag. Go you! Put it somewhere

cutting off the sleeves first and making the

you’ll remember it, such as the passenger

collar wider.)

seat of your car or on a hook by your front door. Use, tote, enjoy, repeat!

STEP 2: Mark the bottom of the shirt by drawing a line across it. For a deep bag, draw the line a couple of inches above the bottom of the shirt. For a shallow bag, mark midway.

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SEPTEMBER

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

12 BLACKBELLY FARM DINNER

Power Struggles, a Parenting w/Love &

fast-paced storytelling and inspiration,

Logic workshop. Love & Logic is a prov-

Pecha Kucha style, with host Jay Fer-

en, evidence based program that made a

racane (owner of Angry Bovine Studio

HUGE difference in your family. Present-

and founder of “Caffeinated Mornings,”

The Lyons Farmette, 4121 Ute Hwy Lyons, Co

ed by Tonya Lewis of Love & Logic. Free

a monthly creative speaking series). “We

Join Blackbelly chef Hosea Rosenberg and

and Open to the Public

Built this City,” will explore the contribu-

his culinary dream team at the gorgeous

RSVP appreciated at:

tion designers, architects, chefs, entre-

creekside lawn at The Lyons Farmette.

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built and cultural fabric of Boulder.

a seasonal, multi-course dinner prepared

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13 WALTERS & HOGSETT FINE JEWELERS PRESENTS JUDE FRANCES LADIES NIGHT 2425 Canyon Blvd # J, Boulder, Co

22 BRAZILIAN CARNAVAL WITH GINGA, BATERIA ALEGRIA AND GUESTS

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CHARLES HAERTLING HOME TOUR

The Grand Finale of the 2018 Colorado

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Brazil Fest Concert Series brings to-

In partnership with CU Art Museum and

gether Ginga, Bateria Alegria, and other

Historic Boulder, join us for a one-of-a-kind

Special Guests for a party-filled night of

Home Tour experience in Boulder. See

Brazilian music, dancing, and fun at the

an awe-inspiring group of select Charles

beautiful Dickens Opera House. Vamos

Haertling homes that reflect the rich diver-

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sity of livable, innovative architecture and

Enjoy cocktails, light hors-d'oeuvres, and

design found throughout his buildings.

amazing jewelry from featured designer

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OCT 16 PANEL DISCUSSION: CREATING AUTHENTIC ZONES The Museum of Boulder, 2205 Broadway, Boulder, Co

What are the elements that turn formerly derelict areas into vibrant entertainment zones? How do neighborhoods that once were avoided become the hip places to be? Architects, planners, and developers from San-

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An evening of cocktails, food, live music, and good company as we celebrate the region’s most acclaimed names in modern design.  Additionally, in collaboration with Todd Reed Jewelry, MoM will host its first-ever  Emerging Designer Showcase at the “It’s a MoM Wrap” Party. In an effort to discover the best talent at the forefront of modern design, we will host a forum to showcase emerging designer collections firsthand. MoM is dedicated to discovering what’s new in designer talent.  For more information and tickets, visit MonthOfModern.com.

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LOCAL’S CHOICE

I GOT FIVE ON IT WITH MONTH OF MODERN IN ITS 5TH YEAR, WE ASKED LOCAL INDUSTRY LEADERS WHAT THEY ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO MOST THIS YEAR.

BRETT ZIMMERMAN, BOULDER WINE MERCHANT: I am looking forward to contributing again to the lifestyle component of this great design community event. We are honored to be included with such a special group of Boulder people and businesses. The month of Modern 2018 should be the best yet!

CRAIG DAVID, AUDI FLATIRONS: Month of Modern has been a constant evolution of different industries and different ideas. As it continues to grow and evolve, we’re eager to see what other inARTICLE CHANTEL ELLERINGTON

dustries participate. The diversity is what makes it so great!

BRIAN PIGNANELLI, RIFUGIO MODERN: Definitely the closing party! The Venue of eTown Hall is so unique, and the event always draws an amazing group of people.

HOLLY BELL, RIFUGIO MODERN:

TED CHURCH, ANTHEM BRANDING:

I always walk away from the Month of

I am looking forward to having a thought-

Modern kick-off event feeling energized

ful exchange of ideas about how to keep

and inspired! The guest panel is typi-

our diverse design community thriving.

cally an unexpected mix of professionals from various aspects of the design industry (cooking, industrial design, architecture, bicycle design, etc…). This event is a true and rare opportunity to make connections with people we may not meet otherwise. 98

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