AEB Architects is a full service design studio, a "Citizen Architect" with the reputation for innovative community building practices and design recognition. Projects address needs-opportunities with a client, site and community. AEBA solutions enhance ecological, social, human and financial characteristics. Architecture (A&E), Planning, Feasibility, Design Management, Urban Design and Community Development services are available.

What Matters to AEB Architects

Owner Informed Design Services
Site and Community Specific Contexts
Sustainable Development
Materials in their Natural State
Story of Place
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Eldorado Springs NEWS:

Eldorado Springs Aerial Photo
County Chips in for Sewer Project
Eldorado Springs Planning Committee (ESPC) Update
Historic 2004 Sewer Election Ballot
2009 Boulder Daily Camera 33% Article
2009 Comp Plan Amendment GOALS
Eldorado Springs SIGN. ESAC sewer committee initiated several community activities, including the first CDOT Townsite sign in Eldorado Springs history.
Eldorado Springs Character Likes-Dislikes
The AUG 09 issue of the national publication SUNSET, Living In The West, features Eldorado Springs, "Colorado's hike-and-spa getaway", pg 19-20.


American Institute of Architects (AIA) AWARDS:

Granddaughter Amelia Jane holds the AIA Denver 2008 First Honor Award, for TAXI 2 Work/Live, presented to Alan Eban Brown Architects, Architect-of-Record. The bronze plaque was installed in the TAXI 2 Entry Lobby. Credits include MORTENSON Construction, Zeppelin Development, David Baker and Partners (San Francisco), Alan Eban Brown Architects (Eldorado Springs), Will Bruder + Partners (Phoenix), Harry Teague Architects (Basalt), and Wenk Associates (Denver).

2008 Denver First Honor Award
2009 AIA Colorado Merit Award
2010 AIA Western Mountain Region (WMR) Merit Award


Congress For The New Urbanism (CNU) RECOGNITION:

The CNU 17 Regional Projects Book, (Colorado Urbanizing, Experiencing New Urbanism) accompanying the CNU National Conference, highlights 3 AEBA pioneering urban mixed use projects.

First is the mid 1980's SILVER SQUARE, an AIA award winning industrial building reuse, Denver's original loft, Live/Work building complex.
Second is the 1990's STAPLETON REDEVELOPMENT, a national-international award winning sustainable and diverse urban infill community.
Third is the 2000's TAXI Phase 1 and 2 campus redevelopment of derelict Yellow Cab property in Denver's River North (RiNo) Neighborhood.

2009 CNU Submittal


GREENhouse Buildout V.7 VISION Booklet:

Greenhouse Phase 1 midrise residential condominium building, in Denver's Cherry Creek East (CCE) Neighborhood, was completed in 2001. In 2010, new Denver Form-Based Zoning and CCEA neighborhood agreements, became a catalyst for buildout of the GREENhouse Block. With emphasis on healthy urban family living in a Colorado garden, vehicles are tucked efficiently below an open, accessible, mixed-use neighborhood building group landscape.

GREENhouse V.7 Vision Booklet