Frank Lloyd Wright was quoted as saying that architecture is the "mother of all arts". When you see any of the many buildings and homes designed by Wright, the architect, you can't help think that any structure "inspired" by Wright would be a work of art. Belcaro is the setting for a Wright inspired home that is flawless in design and construction and ready for art. If Wright is considered the visionary for sustainabile architecture, this home is the offspring of that vision. Built with site sensitivity, the two story home was built around each of the several massive, towering pine trees. Constructed of natural stones and woods, the walls of windows and clear story windows capture the brilliance of Colorado's abundant sunshine. The linear nature of the home, with deep overhangs, harken back to many of the Wright homes that sit perched on lovely wooded lots. He was an enthusiast for local, organic materials and this nearly 7,000 square foot home does not disappoint. The home's interior design connects to living with art, floor to ceiling wall space and exceptional lighting for flat work as well as sculpture. This architectural work of art will launch to market mid-May and is co-listed with Peter Blank of Kentwood City Properties. Photos will be uploaded on several websites: The home will be featured as well in the next issure of the new hip magazine MODERN IN DENVER. If you want to preview the home prior to market launch, connect with: Judy Fahrenkrog, or Peter Blank, posted: May 9, 2011 - Judy's Denver - Blog
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