Welcome to my one-of-a-kind loft in the heart of Denver's business district, only two blocks away from the Convention Center and the Performing Arts Center and 1/2 block from the 16th Street Mall.
This extraordinary historic loft sports 14' tall ceilings, exposed brick, designer furniture, intricate woodwork, a large art collection, an extensive DVD/Blu Ray collection for your enjoyment, a magnificent Pioneer entertainment system, an elevated "chapel" bedroom, with all lights on dimmers.
Ακυρώστε έως και 7 μέρες πριν το ταξίδι σας και λάβετε επιστροφή χρημάτων 50%. Αν ακυρώσετε εντός 7 ημερών από το ταξίδι, η αξία της κράτησης δεν επιστρέφεται.
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Hi! My name is Alexandre. I am a spirited and adventurous documentary filmmaker and comic book writer; originally from Geneva, Switzerland. I am driven by mindfulness, integrity, kindness, empathy, childlike curiosity, an endless fascination for this extraordinary world we live in, and a passion for creative expression.
If you like watching docs, you may have come across some of my titles on Netflix or Hulu: The People vs. George Lucas, Doc of the Dead, The Life and Times of Paul the Psychic Octopus, etc.
I have lived in Switzerland, France, England (Dorset, to be exact), Zimbabwe (Harare), San Diego, San Francisco, NYC (college years), and now Denver. I’m crazy about Northern California, the Pacific Northwest, and New Zealand... and will probably be visiting one of said places while you're enjoying my loft! ;)
I'm a huge movie buff, and have made part of my movie collection available to my esteemed Airbnb guests. I'm also an avid art collector, and a portion of my collection is also on display at my loft.
Favorite filmmakers: David Lynch, William Wyler, Alfred Hitchcock, Mikio Naruse, Akira Kurosawa, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Sergio Leone, Ingmar Bergman, Wes Anderson, Stanley Kubrick, David Lean, Orson Welles, John Huston, Josef von Sternberg, Michelangelo Antonioni, P.T. Anderson, Joel & Ethan Coen... okay, I'm going to stop here.
Films I couldn't do without: Vertigo, Strangers on a Train, Psycho, Mulholland Drive, Seven Samurai, Rushmore, Woman in the Dunes, The Shining, Citizen Kane, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, Blade Runner, Star Wars, The Big Sleep, The Killing, Nosferatu, Fargo, and... The Good, The Bad & The Ugly.