Friends and fans of F9, The March issue of Modern in Denver is out!  The article highlights the rise of F9 Productions from seedlings in Architecture school to sprouts 4 years into their own firm. Sprouts, as you know, are the densest form of nutrition.  The article highlights our "Doomsday Dwellings" but features the design process that has allowed us to thrive.

Starting from our skyscraper project, where like nature, we built complexity from simplicity,  the pages turn to our road to becoming a firm.
"F9 Productions decided that every year they would do a project, independent of client’s work, that would spark their interest and propel them into the future... F9 became a fast-growing, reputable firm and their full time endeavor." - Modern In Denver 

The article continues to highlight the features of each of the dwellings and spares no space for stunning visuals. 
 “It’s not about style or aesthetic,” Alex explains. “It’s about making good decisions.”

Good decisions are the backbone of F9 Productions. Challenging themselves to pursue progressive concepts while maintaining solid client relationships are what have allowed Alex and Lance to thrive during gloomy economic times. “We’re trying to stay nimble and on our feet like athletes,” Lance says.....

This foresight is what will allow firms like F9 to progress into an unforeseen future. Whatever the weather.
If you live in Colorado look for the magazine in your local; Barnes and Noble, Sprouts, Grocery store, or news stand. If you are a subscriber to the magazine your copy should be arriving soon. Some news stands are already stocked, if the March issues is not yet available look in for it in the next 7-10 days.

Check out the march issue of Modern in Denver. They should be arriving on the shelves tomorrow! F9 Productions has a seven page spread. More on the article later, but here is a seek peak from Modern in Denver's website:
Ever wonder what a Doomsday Dwelling looks like? Get to know the team behind F9 Productions, Lance Cayko and Alex Gore, who visually answer the question “How would nature grow a skyscraper?” The architectural designers created structures to withstand earthquakes, capture water and produce their own food and energy.
See if you can spot our layout here.
Sky Garden House, Guz Architects – Sentosa Island, Singapore

Brought to us first by ArchDaily, we would like to share with you some images of a home/architecture that inspires us, enthralls us, and simply makes us happy. Notice how the architects integrate the landscape on all levels and transition the progression from outside to inside. While F9 Productions did not produce this piece of modern architecture we know great design when we see it.