BORN LAKE LODGECover Feature: Mountain Living
Our beloved Born Lake Lodge project was featured on the cover of the 2020 September/October Issue of Mountain Living magazine. With a wonderful article “A Rustic Colorado Ranch, Reborn” by Laura Beausire, and fantastic photography by Chris Marona. We are honored to have our work showcased by Mountain Living and we are thankful for the privilege of working with Moore & Company and Phyllis and Mark Young on this incredible project.
HBASC 2019 AWARDS
261 Monarch Crest Trail Durango, CO
Designed by Courtney King Studios
Built by Z Carpenters, Inc.
Awarded multiple HBASC awards. Including:
People’s Choice, Best in Class: $1,500,000-$2,000,000
Juried Selection, Best in Class: $1,500,000-$2,000,000
USDA RENEWABLE ENERGY GRANTCourtney King Studios Expansion
This competitive federal grant called Rural Energy for America Program helped pay for geothermal heating systems at our 280 Pagosa Street office location, including radiant retrofits for the existing building and radiant in-floor heating in the new construction.
Stop by and see our new office space!
SOLAR POWERED HOMEDurango Herald
Passive House and passive solar design principles allowed this home to earn a HERS Index Score of 8 and to be 92% more efficient than a typical home. Read more about this Solar Powered Home in the Durango Herald here, then check out the Kivi Maki project portfolio for more.
GEOTHERMAL GREENHOUSE PARTNERSHIPbbc.com
Courtney has been working with the Geothermal Greenhouse Partnership non-profit for years to bring its mission to the community and the world. Read more about what the BBC has to say about the GGP here, then check out the GGP’s project portfolio page for more.