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Löf House | by Historic Denver, Inc.
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Löf House

The Löf House was designed by prominent Boulder architect James M. Hunter (1908-1983), whose projects include the Boulder Public Library, Boulder Municipal Center and numerous residences. He was particularly interested in solar design and was a member of an advisory board for the Association of Applied Energy Board. Hunter designed two houses in collaboration with George Lof, an expert on active solar design. Built from 1955-1957, this Cherry Hills house is an excellent example of mid-century modern design. Lof resided here until his death in 2009.

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Taken on May 26, 2010