Inspired by the Denver landscape of mountains and great plains, this one-of-a-kind home was designed by Seattle based architect Jim Olson of Olson Kundig for entertaining and the display of artwork. Olson also designed Kirkland Museum of Fine + Decorative Art plus multiple museums and art collectors’ homes worldwide. Modern and symmetrical, this architectural masterpiece was built with finest materials and technology by Saunders Construction. Located in Polo Club on 3.5 private acres, the interior features a two story central art gallery that divides public areas from public spaces. The jewel of the home is the living room that opens to southern grassy meadow. 4 spacious bedrooms upstairs, each with views. Master bathroom and closets are spectacular. Elevator to all floors. Extraordinary landscape design by Charles Anderson, who collaborated on design of Seattle’s Olympic Sculpture Park adjacent to Seattle Art Museum. A very special property unlike any other in Denver.