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Client: Wintercrown Building

Location: Telluride, CO

Date: completion 1995

The Wintercrown Building is a mixed use project of 30,000 sq.ft. in the center of Telluride that includes the Llama Bar and Restaurant. Additionally there are six retail spaces, 40 office suites, five penthouses and an underground parking garage. Cut sandstone, random stone and brick with painted steel detailing compose a project that divides around the south courtyard into two distinct buildings. This composition and the historically proportioned building elements ensure compatibility in the heart of the Telluride Landmark Historic District. As the project designer, Eric Brandt successfully coordinated with the owner’s diverse planning team.


The design of this building was done while Eric Brandt was an associate with Greenbank Architect of Telluride. The design team also included Urmston/Steinbruck Architects, Los Angeles, (construction drawings and engineering) and Steven Langford Architect, Irvine (restaurant architect).

Interior Design and Tenant Improvements included a self-touring art gallery for Glenn Green Galleries of Phoenix and Santa Fe.