Pioneering sustainable architecture in Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley, Hagman Architects have been building “green” long before it became a movement, much less a code requirement.
The trailblazing began in the 70’s with the original Pitkin Airport. It was an innovative, environmentally responsible and resource-efficient project that was, at the time, the largest passively heated building in the country. New York Times also hailed Sport Obermeyer’s office and warehouse ingenious with cutting-edge trombe walls that drastically reduced the need for utilities.
Solar design, using materials responsibly, making efficiency a priority, value engineering, and of course being on budget are all keystones to their design philosophy that is practiced daily.