When two Detroit families came together in 1998, and purchased their Snowmass Village condo, it was well before their collective six children were in the picture. Twenty years later, it was time for a much-needed reconfiguration and refresh. The owners enlisted CCA to completely gut the condo, reconfigure the spaces and breath new life into the dated space. Mountain Living Magazine featured the remodel in a recent article entitled, "A Pocket-Sized Condo That Packs a Punch".
"The design of small spaces is very much like good yacht design," stated Charles who worked with Ryan Hoffner to rethink every square inch of the vintage condo. The team started with addressing the light. "Thisis a great, top-floor unit with good bones, but it was heavy and dark," stated Hoffner. The team designed a lighting system that mirrors natural light as it changes from morning into night. The original kitchen was tucked away in a dark dead-end corner. The reconfigured space, focused around an island, is open to the family and dining room. Two master suites house the two couples, and two bunk bedrooms create fun funk rooms for the children, with their 'bunk bath' featuring frosted privacy glass to maximize the space. Every space has a function - sometimes more than one - and no space has been wasted.