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Old First National Bank Building

Telluride, Colorado (Historic Reconstruction and Addition Project)

Originally constructed in 1892, this Richardsonian Romanesque style building is a contributing structure within the Telluride National Historic Landmark District. It is also individually designated as a Town of Telluride Local Landmark and a recipient of the prestigious "Save America's Treasures" grant program.

Contact

Lynn Taylor Lohr, AIA

lynn@ltlohrarchitect.com

503.680.1174

Existing reconstructed exterior
Existing reconstructed exterior

Photograph: The Nugget, LLC

In 2000, Taylor Lohr Architect, LLC was retained as Historical Architect to assist AE Design Associates, PC with completion of a historic structure assessment and exterior masonry and tower reconstruction drawings and documents.

In 2003, Taylor Lohr Architect, LLC was retained by the owner as Architect of Record to design a multi-use facility for the Old First National Bank Building. With schematic design and design development stages complete, L. T. Lohr is leading an extensive team of consultants and specialists on a project that will create cutting edge movie theaters, street level retail space, and luxury living units within and in addition to this historic structure. The Old First National Bank Building Historic Reconstruction and Addition Project is currently in the construction document stage. All work is in compliance with the Secretary of the Interior Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties.

Existing reconstructed exterior
Existing reconstructed exterior

Photograph: Thomas McConnell

Exterior prior to reconstruction
Exterior prior to reconstruction

Photograph: The Nugget, LLC

Original building exterior
Original building exterior

Photograph: The Nugget, LLC

Tower reconstruction drawing
Tower reconstruction drawing

Drawing: L.T. Lohr

Theater conceptual sketch
Theater conceptual sketch

Drawing: Matthew Lynch, Sante Architects

Project Model
Project Model

Photograph: L.T. Lohr

Project Model
Project Model

Photograph: L.T. Lohr

Project Model
Project Model

Photograph: L.T. Lohr