Ekman Design Studio

Ekman Design Studio is located in the carriage house of a Denver Historic Landmark, the John Porter House. The Jacobean style mansion was built in 1917 for Henry M. & Louise Coors Porter of the Porter Hospital and Coors Brewing Company families. The property was later donated to the Archdiocese of Denver and served as the home of the Archbishop Urban J. Vehr.

The Studio’s location takes advantage of the distinctive architecture of the carriage house. The interior space was updated to create an intimate environment that inspires and exemplifies our studio’s ideals for our team and our clients. Our location in a landmark building in Denver underscores our sensitivity to the architectural fabric of the city. We take great pride in our resources and knowledge of the diverse styles of the region, incorporating them to create unique designs that will stand the test of time. We see each new project as an opportunity to design a home sympathetic and true to its own unique architectural style.