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Nordlund House

Denver County

Denver architect Eugene G. Groves designed and built the all concrete Nordlund House in 1938-39. Groves’ practice spanned five decades, during which he completed noteworthy commissions involving schools, college buildings, government offices, and commercial buildings. 

A view of the pink house with white muntins and terraced levels over a yard of bright green spotted with fallen leaves.

Nordlund House

Widely recognized for his experimental and futuristic use of poured, cast and reinforced concrete, Groves utilized an innovative all concrete construction technique in the Nordlund House on which he received a patent in 1937.