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Ground-Breaking in Denver

December 5, 2017


Market Station in downtown Denver is starting to taking shape. The groundbreaking for this multi-family, city block scale development will implement our design that is simultaneously highly site responsive and innovative in its architectural detailing and approach to masonry.  

el dorado is hiring

November 20, 2017


el dorado is hiring! We are looking for a qualified fabrication technician to round out our team of architects, designers, and curators. If you are interested in design excellence, a collaborative office culture, working on award winning projects, and developing strategic connections with local and national projects—we want to hear from you!

Lone Oaks Farm Master Plan

November 3, 2017


    Lone Oaks Farm is all about the land. With 1,200 acres of pastures, woodlands, meadows, wetlands, streams and lakes, this is a place like no other. It epitomizes rural Tennessee’s natural beauty and exemplifies its fragile and diverse ecological landscape. Through the seamless integration of architecture, landscape architecture, agriculture and ecology, this ambitious [...]

3435 Main

October 9, 2017


At first glance, Main Street in Midtown Kansas City might seem a deliriously illegible place. We believe it has all the building blocks of a great urban community, which affirms the complexities, harmonies and contradictions of life in the city. In the span of a few blocks on Main Street, you can find payday loans, [...]

Recap: An Amazing Summer at el dorado

September 29, 2017


Guest blog post by Eldo Prize winner #2 (EP2), Emily Lange, a fifth-year student at the University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design. When I heard that I won the Eldo Prize last spring, it was a no-brainer that I would be moving from Knoxville to Kansas City for the summer. I had never [...]