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    Cultivating connections: Superbloom collaborates with CSU students on 1881/Windler project

    During Spring semester of 2022, Superbloom collaborated with Colorado State University’s horticulture department to conduct research and analysis for our ongoing design of 1881/Windler Farm Park. The semester-long project involved interviews with Superbloom, daily discussions about the design process and research on industry requirements, market and budget analysis, and community outreach. Taught by urban horticulture…

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    Superbloom talks process, journey and inspiration on Architect-ing podcast

    Architect-ing Podcast: A platform to bring together Colorado architects and tell the stories behind their images. The purpose of this podcast is to discover the stories of architects, to introduce the outside world and other architects to the personal experiences of our profession. In our interconnected, international world, this podcast will purposefully be local and…

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    Superbloom is hiring! Join our team of landscapes designers and architects

    Superbloom is seeking talented Landscape Designers/Project Managers to join our growing team in Denver, Colorado. We are looking for team members with a passion for cultural landscapes, ecological design, agriculture/ranching and public space, and experience working on complex projects across multiple scales. Our projects are located throughout Colorado and beyond, from peak to plains! Please…

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    Superbloom wins 2022 Jeff Harnar Award for Contemporary Architecture

    Superbloom has won its first award, the 2022 Jeff Harnar Award for Contemporary Architecture in the category of Unbuilt Landscape Architecture, for their 1881 Heritage Farm Park project. The awards, given to continue groundbreaking work in the area of contemporary design, recognize works of exemplary contemporary landscape architecture in the Four Corners states that broaden…

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    CAP Guest Lecture: Women in Landscape 8×8

    On Monday April 12, principal designer and co-founder of Superbloom Diane Lipovsky presented as a guest lecturer at the CAP Guest Lecture Women in Landscape 8×8. The Spring 2022 Lecture series at CU Denver College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) highlights the challenges and opportunities of the present, hosting leaders and visionaries from around the…

  • Wild Bear Nature Center Vision Coming to Life

    City Lifestyle recently published a piece about one of Superbloom’s favorite on-going educational landscape projects. For the last year and a half, Superbloom has been working in collaboration with Arch 11, Civitas, Wild Bear, specialists, and community stakeholders to bring the vision for the new Wild Bear Nature Center to life. Established in 1995, Wild…

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    Populus Hotel Landscape Design Kicks-off with Studio Gang Architects

    Superbloom is excited to be working with Studio Gang and Urban Villages on the landscape design for the green roof, rooftop terrace and streetscape for Downtown Denver’s new Populus Hotel.  The stunning hotel, designed to reference Colorado’s most iconic tree, the Quaking Aspen (Populus tremuloides) is located at the corner of Civic Center Park, and…

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    2022 Summer Internship – 3D Design

    Superbloom is hiring a summer intern!   Our intern will be fully integrated into the fabric of our practice and will be included in all parts of the process, with a heavy focus on 3D modeling and rendering. We are looking for a self-motivated, passionate, team-oriented addition to our office. Successful applicants will exhibit a…

  • Heather Tietz, Superbloom Designer, wins 2021 ASLA Student Research Award

    Team member, Heather Teitz, has been awarded an ASLA Student Research Honor Award for exploring the relationship between 3D printed clay substrates and moss ecosystems. Her research-through-design approach explores the potential ecosystem services of moss in urban built environments.  Using primitive 3D printing technology, Heather explored the efficacy of a number of ceramic materials and…

  • Rendering of Windler Homestead

    Superbloom Selected to Lead 1881 Park Design Team at Windler Homestead

    This summer, Superbloom was selected to lead the design of a state-of-the-art 10-acre farm park at the site of the historic Windler homestead in Colorado’s High Plains. The design team includes Shape Architecture Studio, Buenas Huertas Permaculture Design, Olsson Engineering, Cullen Lighting Studio, and Hydrosystems KDI.  1881 has the unique opportunity to redefine the relationship…