Designing a building is more than coming to the table with what is popular today. It's a process of understanding and responding to the needs, environment, and site of your project as well as its constraints, opportunities and vision. It's not just about a building. It's about an environment - a place. And the lives that place will affect for decades to come.
Our architectural design approach grows out of our understanding of your unique project via an intense charette process. The term "charette" means a "discovery" or "evaluation". The charette process in architectural design does exactly that - it is a method of discovering all aspects and possibilities related to your project, and once discovered, using them to inform our design.
2500 Walnut Lofts
Albert C. Yates Hall at Colorado State University
Boulder Community Foothills Hospital
Bridges, A Storied Place
Circle Point Corporate Center
City of Fort Collins Office Building
Glenwood Springs Municipal Building
Main Street Station
Trailhead Lodge at Steamboat Springs
Visual Arts Complex - University of Colorado
Westin Monache at Mammoth
Westin Riverfront Resort
William Smith Alternative High School
YMCA Youth and Family Center