photo credit: Matthew Millman

photo credit: Matthew Millman

Magazine Cover Story

The hustle of modern life is pushing a growing number of people from coastal metropolitan hubs to the relatively open spaces of the American west.

Colorado added more than 90,000 residents last year, surpassing 5.5 million for the first time. A little further North, Wyoming ranks 15th in population growth rate. 

With such large-scale influx, our built environment is in a constant state of change. But how best to manage that growth and advance design while simultaneously preserving the region's natural splendor?

In a region best known for the arresting beauty of its wide open spaces, Jackson-based architecture firm Carney Logan Burke creates dramatic, contextually-inspired structures to suit Wyoming’s majestic environs.

Read the story and marvel at the jaw-dropping images here.

- from the Spring 2017 issue of Modern in Denver magazine

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