This exquisite 1928 Tudor Revival in Hilltop received an inappropriate mansard-roofed addition in the early 1980s.TudorHilltop01
It began when the owners decided they wanted to stay in their well-established neighborhood.BonnieBrae02
This 1920’s classic revival home in Denver’s Country Club neighborhood had been “modernized” in the 90’s with formica cabinetry that had nothing to do with the rest of the home.Classic03
A Home Builders Foundation project for a deserving family with four adopted children. Two of the three brothers have Muscular DystrophyProBono04
Since 1979, this small firm has been locally and nationally recognized with over 120 awards for their work on older homes, for designing additions that “fit” a home’s unique style, for singular custom homes, for enthusiastic participation in trade and professional organizations, and a large body of pro bono work for charitable organizations.
Starting in March, 2013, Doug has moved his base of operations to the well-respected residential firm of Godden/Sudik Architects. Because of the large staff of skilled architects, Doug has more time to spend one on one with each of his clients. Contact him at Doug@DougWalterArchitects.com