Stories, True and Otherwise

Stories, True and Otherwise

THE THEORY OF ELEVATION

Angela Feddersen designed this great room to maintain clear circulation with an uncluttered path into an open kitchen and, just beyond, an added half-bath and mud room. "This client really wanted a space that would complement their beautiful modern furniture," she says.  (photo courtesy of JC Buck and Modern in Denver)

Angela Feddersen designed this great room to maintain clear circulation with an uncluttered path into an open kitchen and, just beyond, an added half-bath and mud room. "This client really wanted a space that would complement their beautiful modern furniture," she says.  (photo courtesy of JC Buck and Modern in Denver)

MODERN IN DENVER | SPRING 2015

For most people, finding the right career takes years of trial and error. Bad jobs lead to better jobs. Paths converge until something clicks. Not for Angela Feddersen.

The woman behind Elevate Architecture found her calling early, cranking out her first floor plans at the tender age of 7. Even then, she had a passion for design and a curious need to create and connect. As a teenager, she was the only girl in her high school drafting class, and a few years later, she chased her dreams in the Architecture program at Iowa State University . . .

Read the full story at Modern in Denver.

photo courtesy of JC Buck and Modern in Denver

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