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Charles Haertling: Modernism in the mountains

Nature’s own intricate patterns inspired the architect’s outlandish homes Charles Haertling called the city of Boulder, Colorado, his gallery, and throughout his decades-long career in architecture, drew inspiration from the city’s incomparable mountain landscapes. He didn’t just frame gorgeous views of the Rocky Mountains, but built with nature in mind, replicating organic forms in a series of custom private homes for fellow artists, intellectuals, and nonconformists.
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