Avoid common pitfalls and use these pro tips for gorgeous water-saving garden design All across the West, homeowners are trying to cut down on their water use. After all, data shows that nearly 50 percent of the consumer water use in Denver goes to watering lawns—or “thirsty, drug addicted carpets,” as Jacob Rogers, a landscape…Continue Reading
Behind the Designer’s Desk with Senior Landscape Architect Dan DeGrush
Behind the Designer’s Desk with Senior Landscape Architect Dan DeGrush For nearly half a century, Lifescape has been pioneering outdoor living in Colorado, bringing unparalleled professional design, construction, and property care services to a discerning clientele. Our award-winning portfolio reflects our team’s talent, passion, and dedication, staffed with leaders such as Senior Landscape Architect Dan DeGrush, who’s devoted 13 years at Lifescape to…Continue Reading
Lifescape Colorado Turns 45: Celebrating Our Sapphire Anniversary with Purpose, Perspective and a Plan
Four and a half decades ago, Lifescape Colorado began as Lifescape Ltd, on the corner of 16th and Downing Street. Inspired during our founder’s trip to California, Lifescape’s vision was to create meaningful outdoor spaces for Mile High City residents. In 1976, Denver was an oil-and-gas boom and bust town, with just over 1.2 million residents in the Metro area. Jimmy Carter…Continue Reading
2020 Year in Review
In a year defined by murder hornets, record-breaking hurricanes, rampant wildfires and that pesky thing called a global COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 was certainly a year full of surprises. But it wasn’t all bad, and at Lifescape Colorado, we are able to celebrate a few small wins that brought smiles to our faces and kept our crew of…Continue Reading
This Weekend: Lifescape at the 2020 Colorado Garden & Home Show
Are you ready to get inspired for all things home? February 22 through March 1, the Colorado Garden & Home Show takes over more than 400,000 square feet of the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver. This show—the Rocky Mountain region’s oldest, largest and most prestigious—is nine days of immersive events, discussions, interactive exhibits and…Continue Reading
2019: A Lifescape Year in Review
For Lifescape Colorado, 2019 was a year of life, love, and adventure, topped off with incredible accolades for our team. We thank you for your commitment! As part of our community, we want to share the wonderful experiences we enjoyed over the last 12 months. Here are some of 2019’s highlights! We Won! When you…Continue Reading
Lifescape Wins MAME Award for Best Promotional Video
The Marketing and Merchandising Excellence (MAME) Awards, presented by the Sales & Marketing Council and HBA of Metro Denver, awarded Lifescape with the honor of Best Promotional Video. The award was presented at the MAME Awards Ceremony on November 9th in Denver.Continue Reading
Lifescape Colorado wins Gold & Silver from NALP for work at historic Richthofen Castle.
The National Association of Landscape Professionals (NALP) awarded Denver-based Lifescape Colorado a prestigious Gold Award for Residential Design/Build as well as a Silver for Residential Landscape Management for their exemplary work on a historic Denver castle. The NALP awards were presented at the 50th annual National Landscape Awards of Excellence Program October 17th in Louisville,…Continue Reading
Lifescape earns multiple awards at HBA CARE Awards.
Each year, the Custom Builder and Remodeler Council (CBRC) of the Home Builders Association of Denver Metro celebrates the best in Colorado home building at the CARE Awards (Custom and Remodeling Excellence Awards). This year, Lifescape was honored to have four different projects selected as award finalists and two were selected as the overall winners…Continue Reading
The Lifescape Team takes time to Play at Design After Dark.
On Saturday, the hard working Lifescape Team took a fun break to support “Play”, this year’s Design After Dark fundraiser which benefits the Department of Architecture and Design at the Denver Art Museum. The design-centric event, hosted by the Design Council of the DAM, was in theme with “Serious Play: Design in Midcentury America”. The…Continue Reading