Family Cabin: Giving Back to the Veteran Community
TK-Architecture thoroughly enjoys each opportunity where we get to support our nation's servicemen and women. As a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Business (SDVOSB), we appreciate the many avenues focused on giving back towards veterans' (and their families) assistance. We understand the significance in supporting veteran events throughout the year or making a donation in honor of a beloved servicemember, but we strive to always go a step further. It is within our mission to give back to those who serve, especially with our time. A great example of this is listed and explained below.
This project was a unique and pro-bono effort by TK-Architecture for a veteran and member of the Colorado National Guard who lost his cabin in the East Troublesome fire of 2020. The cabin is located in Grand Lake, Colorado just outside of Rocky Mountain National Park. The design of the new cabin was a two-story, 1,600 square feet structure with two bedrooms and one and a half baths. The living room has a vaulted ceiling and is open to a mezzanine from the second floor with large windows to emphasis the views of the wooded mountainous landscape. The first level has a radiant-heated floor and a centralized gas fireplace. The main bedroom on the second level includes a gas stove for heating. In addition, there is a large sliding patio door that opens out to the deck on the west.
YouTube Video Link Here: Project Warehouse: Family Cabin - YouTube