Fiebig Architecture Project Portfolio
Fiebig Architecture, PLLC provides a full range of architecture services performed by our certified and experienced architects.
We invite you to browse through our portfolio of multi-family, single-family, and commercial architecture projects, as well as examples of our forensic architecture work. If you have any questions, please call us at 720.370.2320 or fill out the form on our Contact page.
This modern residential building features covered third-story balconies with cedarwood soffits, metal cladding and views overlooking Berkeley Lake. Each three-story unit features a ground-level office and detached garages with large concrete patios in the rear.
This two-family farmhouse style duplex was built in the Berkeley neighborhood of Denver, less than one block from Berkeley Lake Park. The building features covered garage access via the alley on the east, and a spectacular corner unit with full glass walls. The building is across the street from the Evans Street light rail station, providing easy rail access to downtown.
This seven-unit, modern, live/work condo building was built on the corner of South Delaware Ave and Warren Street in the Overland neighborhood of Denver. The building features covered garage access via the alley to the east, and a spectacular corner unit with full glass walls. The building is across the street from the Evans Street light rail station, proving easy rail access to downtown.
This 12-unit, two-building complex is situated in the Overland neighborhood in southwest Denver. The complex is across the street from the Evans Street light rail station, providing easy access to downtown. Each unit features a rooftop deck with mountain or city views. Because this project is located in one of Denver’s flood plains, the finished floors of all units are elevated, with concrete garages on the ground level.
This hip, four-unit residential building is located in the City Park West neighborhood in east Denver. The black metal cladding and flared window frames contrast with the white stucco for a distinctive look unique to the neighborhood. Each unit features a rooftop deck with views of the downtown cityscape.
This two-unit, three-story residential infill project was built in a lot only 25 feet wide, in the vintage Baker neighborhood in southwest Denver. The property is flanked by a 19th-century brick Victorian home to the south, and Santa Fe Liquors to the north. The twin rooftop decks feature views of the downtown Denver skyline and the Rocky Mountains.
This two-family residential building was built in the famous Highlands district of Denver. The theme of this building includes strong vertical lines in the form of thin, tall windows and vertical aluminum slats running from the ground to the underside of the roof. These units also feature walk-out basements and rooftop decks to capture the Denver skyline views.
This modern, two story single family home was built in the Highland Park district of northwest Denver. The property features a walk-out basement in the rear with a detached garage facing the alley. A full rooftop deck offers stunning views of the Denver cityscape.
This accessory dwelling unit is a small, two-story residence accessed by an alley in the historic City Park West neighborhood in Denver. The ADU features anchored brick masonry and landmark windows to match the historic feel of the neighborhood.
This contemporary single-family residence is currently under construction, with anticipated completion in 2020. With high ceilings and modern finishes, the house is a block and a half away from Denver’s famous Washington Park.
This two-story, single-family home was built in a small urban lot in the very desirable City Park neighborhood in Denver.
Foundation Defect Results in the Splitting of Concrete Tilt-Up Walls Fiebig Architecture was hired to perform testing and forensic architectural services for a building suffering foundation issues at several locations.
Fiebig Architecture was hired to assess the concrete landing outside of an entry door after a slip and fall injury. The occupant of the building had stepped onto the concrete landing to reach the electric breaker panel mounted on the wall next to the door. As they reached to open the panel, however, the occupant lost their footing and was injured in the resulting fall.
Fiebig Architecture was retained to perform a construction defect investigation when a school building suffered leaks and interior moisture damage.