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Gnar House: Former Lift Operator Packs Home with Quirky Features

Tahoe Quarterly Magazine

If Jeff Spicoli—the epitome of Southern California surfer dude in the quintessential ’80s film Fast Times at Ridgemont High—grew up, got married, became a family man, and stood at the helm of a visionary design and branding firm that he founded, he might be Rob Wells.

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Fishcreek Woods: Embedded in the Forest

Mountain Living Magazine

Homeowners who love the beauty of Jackson Hole without the bustle sometimes gravitate to the more remote western side of the valley. That’s where, in the late 1990s, one couple bought a cabin on several sloping acres in the Teton Range foothills and then, a decade later, replaced that deteriorated, cramped space with a new, more spacious home to serve as a personal retreat where they could also welcome family and friends.

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This Home is a Sister Act

Colorado Home & Design

Valerie and Gil Clausen weren’t looking so much to downsize as they were to simplify. Once their grown children had launched to far-flung places for work and postgraduate studies, Gil, a gold-mining executive, and Valerie, a violinist and the executive director of the Denver Philharmonic Orchestra, wanted a home where they could close the front door and travel, as they often do, without worrying.

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A Boulder Farmhouse for the 21st Century

Colorado Home & Design

Sometimes finding the right house means first finding the right spot. That proved to be the situation for a young Boulder couple in search of treehouse views and open spaces. The right perch, the right architect and lots of traditional inspiration come together in this young couple’s home.

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A Contemporary Boulder Home with Geometric Inspiration

Luxe Magazine

Before they arrived at their idyllic abode, a couple’s fairy tale briefly took on a “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” tone. The couple—who were drawn to Boulder for the mountains before meeting and marrying—tried different houses and enclaves on for size until they found a just-right property in a just-right neighborhood.

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