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Architect Ryan Lloyd wants to change everything, one Wild Goose at a time 

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Elly Stewart
In going from an ink-cartridge store to an haute-coffee hangout, Wild Goose has transformed a downtown corner with its openness and accessibility.
Elly Stewart
Two-by-tens running across the ceiling lead to book shelves full of color.
Elly Stewart
A feeling of industrial comfort at the new Iron Bird Brewing Co.
One hallway in Red Rock Church holds a hidden drink bar.
Elly Stewart
With open ceilings above and warm floors below, Red Rock Church also highlights paintings-turned-carvings created by church staff members.
Elly Stewart
Past the hop leaf outside and through the doorway into Manitou Brewing Co.
Bryce Crawford
Ryan Lloyd at The Gabion, a new apartment building he calls ‘timeless.’
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Two-by-tens running across the ceiling lead to book shelves full of color.

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