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.

“Esthetics are important but ethics are just as important. It all comes down to responsible design and construction.”