People

Berglund Architects fosters a creative learning environment that encourages open minded collaboration among the firm’s designers, clients and consultants. This passion of shared ideas and intuitive insights drives the creation of the firm’s distinctive work. Through our continuous creative exploration, we seek an artful integration of the site opportunities with the client’s vision. We strive to create architecture which has the power to positively affect life experiences, bring people together and make them more in touch with their surroundings.

 

HANS BERGLUND

AIA, LEED AP

Hans deeply values and encourages open minded collaboration with his clients, staff and construction partners and strives to make buildings which are timeless, artful and enjoyable. His projects are characterized by innovative, high quality architecture blending local architectural vernacular designs and natural materials with contemporary influences. Hans has designed award-winning sustainable single-family residential, multi-family residential and mixed-use commercial projects throughout the west for over twenty years. Hans’s diverse experience from this wide range of project scales, types and locations provides a holistic approach to architectural design. Prior to founding Berglund Architects in 2004, Hans was an Associate Principal with Cottle Graybeal Yaw Architects (CGY) and served as the director of its Vail office for 7 years. During his 10 years at CGY, Hans designed award winning multi-million dollar custom residential mountain retreats and large mixed-use projects for such prestigious commercial clients as the Aspen Skiing Company, East West Partners, Hines Interests, and Intrawest Development Corporation. Hans led the design, managed the complex approval process and supervised construction of landmark multi owner/user projects in Keystone, Breckenridge, Aspen and the Vail Valley. As president of Berglund Architects, Hans’s work integrates design excellence with sustainable green building practices, precise project management and comprehensive construction documents.

Hans’ intuitive design insight draws in part from his extensive travel experiences and architectural history background. While in college, Hans spent two semesters studying architecture, architectural history and art history in Italy and Spain. His broad art and architectural background is complemented by extensive experience working in the construction industry in both high school and college. Hans has remained extensively involved with the construction industry throughout his professional career by designing and general contracting three residences, several residential remodels and a commercial office space for himself and his family.

Hans received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, College of Architecture in 1991. A licensed architect since 1995 and a member of the American Association of Architects (AIA), Hans is also a LEED Home Accredited Professional and has designed eight LEED projects at various levels of completion and certification levels. Hans was a former board member of C.O.R.E (Community Office of Resource Efficiency) in Aspen, a past Chair of Aspen Energy 2000, is currently a member of Rotary International, and is on the board of Walking Mountain Science Center (formerly Gore Range Mountain School).

STEPHANIE LORD-JOHNSON

AIA, LEED AP

Stephanie has been a practicing architect in the Vail Valley since 1995. While her projects have been diverse, they are all consistently characterized by having a strong connection to the site, embodying the character of the place, and employing environmental sustainability practices. Stephanie’s broad range of project types and scales in the mountain resort setting include private custom residences, affordable housing, mixed-use commercial facilities, resort clubhouses and amenity buildings, and public emergency response facilities. She has successfully brought projects through the community approval process throughout the Vail Valley and administrated the Cordillera Valley Club and the Brightwater Golf Community Design Review Boards. Additionally, Stephanie has worked on projects for the Town of Vail and the Town of Avon as their architectural consultant.

Stephanie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University in 1990 and a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in Architecture in 1991. She has been a member of the Berglund Architects team since 2011.

KEEGAN WINKELLER

AIA

Architect Keegan’s passion for design draws from a diverse background in both art and construction resulting in high-quality, well documented and cost-effective design solutions. His extensive travels complement his skills in architectural character envisioning and project identity creation. Keegan has extensive experience with three-dimensional computer modeling utilizing “Revit”, a state of the art 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) computer software, resulting in innovative designs which are extremely well documented and coordinated with the other consultants on the project. This special interest in three-dimensional computer modeling, coupled with expertise in architecture and construction, results in a rigorous, integrated approach to architectural design. Keegan’s interest in interpreting regional vernacular architecture into his projects creates dynamic designs infused with modern influences that are strongly rooted in the west.

Keegan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has worked with Berglund Architects since 2005. Keegan has been a licensed architect since 2015.

ADAM GILMER

AIA

Adam’s passion for sustainable building practices and emerging technologies is utilized in projects that range from private residences to multi-family developments to large mixed-use buildings. Adam has extensive experience in three-dimensional computer modeling which has been a critical design tool in several of the complex residences and mixed-use projects upon which he has worked. These 3D computer models have become a significant part of the design and planning approval processes as well as developers’ presentation materials for sales documents. The high quality 3D computer images and computer walk through animations which Adam creates are an extremely valuable tool to communicate the firm’s designs to clients. Adam’s value of shared ideas and passion for sustainable design contributes significantly to the firm’s progressive open minded design environment. His collaborative team approach has resulted in outstanding design innovation and client service on the wide range of projects on which he has worked.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has been with Berglund Architects since 2005. Adam has been a licensed architect since 2014.

ALIX BERGLUND

Alix was brought into the world of architecture by her husband Hans when he started Berglund Architects in 2004. Working as a financial analyst for firms such as Starwood Vacation Ownership, JMP Asset Management and Vail Resorts, Alix initially helped Hans with some business related tasks in her “free time” before joining the team full-time in 2007 as the Business Manager. Decidedly left-brain dominant, Alix enjoys nurturing her creative side and learning from all of the designers at the firm while helping to keep all of those artists in line.

Originally from New Jersey, Alix received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1996 before moving to Colorado that same year. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2001, the year she and Hans married, and her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition in 2012. Alix is on the Board of Directors of the Walking Mountains Science Center, serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of First Descents and is active with the Dartmouth Club of Vail.

AMELIA KRAFT

LEED AP (CAGBC)

Having studied and practiced Architecture in Australia, Canada and US, Amelia’s project experience includes a diverse range of typologies, scales, locations and climates. From large community facilities to private residences, Amelia has a passion for sustainable building practices, environmental sensitivity and regional vernacular design. This informs highly functional and contextual design solutions incorporating passive solar strategies, a contemporary aesthetic and local materials.

Amelia’s unique architectural perspective draws from a background in graphic design and is complemented by her extensive travels. Her proficiency with graphic and presentation software is a valuable tool in the design process and in communicating the firm’s designs to clients. As one of her greatest strengths lies in developing a rapport and open communication with clients, consultants and contractors, Amelia values a collaborative design process.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Berglund Architects team in 2013. Amelia has volunteered extensively with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle & Lake Counties gaining hands-on construction experience and providing housing for low-income families in our local community.

CHRIS MAY

AIA

Chris’s approach to design is inspired by a post graduate background in classical architecture and reflects the timeless principles of proportion, repose, and sustainability. His passion for architecture stems from the opportunities presented by nature and site context which drive his designs inside and out. Chris looks to utilize innovative design tools to improve efficiency and clarity of complex designs. In addition to a thorough knowledge of BIM and design software, Chris values a strong integration of analog drawing and modeling to compliment the digital functions of the design process.

Chris received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. Chris began his career with Berglund Architects in 2015 and became a licensed architect in 2017.

ALISON EVERETT

MIKE MILLON

HANNAH STEELE

Hannah joined the Berglund Architects team in 2017. Her passion for architecture began with helping her father renovate houses. She enjoys coming up with creative solutions that match the client’s needs, program and characteristics of the site. She invites and craves different opinions and perspectives to push and explore the best solution to a design.  Hannah came to the firm with valuable experience in 3D modeling and an eager interest in pursuing sustainable design. Her experience has varied from large healthcare projects to small residential architecture.   Hannah holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

KATHERINE CREW

BRIAN FITZPATRICK

Brian joined Berglund Architects in 2017. Brian holds a passion for artistic design and his drive toward architecture started as he began to value the molding of the landscape to create a built aesthetic. With the belief that there is no line between art and architecture he involves the client’s wants with the needs of the project. This outlook pushes the project to create designs that are thoughtful as well as a representation of its surroundings and the people who inhabit them. Prior to working with Berglund Architects, Brian had been working in commercial architecture. Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Landscape Architecture.

HANS BERGLUND

AIA, LEED AP

Hans deeply values and encourages open minded collaboration with his clients, staff and construction partners and strives to make buildings which are timeless, artful and enjoyable. His projects are characterized by innovative, high quality architecture blending local architectural vernacular designs and natural materials with contemporary influences. Hans has designed award-winning sustainable single-family residential, multi-family residential and mixed-use commercial projects throughout the west for over twenty years. Hans’s diverse experience from this wide range of project scales, types and locations provides a holistic approach to architectural design. Prior to founding Berglund Architects in 2004, Hans was an Associate Principal with Cottle Graybeal Yaw Architects (CGY) and served as the director of its Vail office for 7 years. During his 10 years at CGY, Hans designed award winning multi-million dollar custom residential mountain retreats and large mixed-use projects for such prestigious commercial clients as the Aspen Skiing Company, East West Partners, Hines Interests, and Intrawest Development Corporation. Hans led the design, managed the complex approval process and supervised construction of landmark multi owner/user projects in Keystone, Breckenridge, Aspen and the Vail Valley. As president of Berglund Architects, Hans’s work integrates design excellence with sustainable green building practices, precise project management and comprehensive construction documents.

Hans’ intuitive design insight draws in part from his extensive travel experiences and architectural history background. While in college, Hans spent two semesters studying architecture, architectural history and art history in Italy and Spain. His broad art and architectural background is complemented by extensive experience working in the construction industry in both high school and college. Hans has remained extensively involved with the construction industry throughout his professional career by designing and general contracting three residences, several residential remodels and a commercial office space for himself and his family.

Hans received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, College of Architecture in 1991. A licensed architect since 1995 and a member of the American Association of Architects (AIA), Hans is also a LEED Home Accredited Professional and has designed eight LEED projects at various levels of completion and certification levels. Hans was a former board member of C.O.R.E (Community Office of Resource Efficiency) in Aspen, a past Chair of Aspen Energy 2000, is currently a member of Rotary International, and is on the board of Walking Mountain Science Center (formerly Gore Range Mountain School).

STEPHANIE LORD-JOHNSON

AIA, LEED AP

Stephanie has been a practicing architect in the Vail Valley since 1995. While her projects have been diverse, they are all consistently characterized by having a strong connection to the site, embodying the character of the place, and employing environmental sustainability practices. Stephanie’s broad range of project types and scales in the mountain resort setting include private custom residences, affordable housing, mixed-use commercial facilities, resort clubhouses and amenity buildings, and public emergency response facilities. She has successfully brought projects through the community approval process throughout the Vail Valley and administrated the Cordillera Valley Club and the Brightwater Golf Community Design Review Boards. Additionally, Stephanie has worked on projects for the Town of Vail and the Town of Avon as their architectural consultant.

Stephanie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University in 1990 and a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in Architecture in 1991. She has been a member of the Berglund Architects team since 2011.

KEEGAN WINKELLER

AIA

Architect Keegan’s passion for design draws from a diverse background in both art and construction resulting in high-quality, well documented and cost-effective design solutions. His extensive travels complement his skills in architectural character envisioning and project identity creation. Keegan has extensive experience with three-dimensional computer modeling utilizing “Revit”, a state of the art 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) computer software, resulting in innovative designs which are extremely well documented and coordinated with the other consultants on the project. This special interest in three-dimensional computer modeling, coupled with expertise in architecture and construction, results in a rigorous, integrated approach to architectural design. Keegan’s interest in interpreting regional vernacular architecture into his projects creates dynamic designs infused with modern influences that are strongly rooted in the west.

Keegan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has worked with Berglund Architects since 2005. Keegan has been a licensed architect since 2015.

ADAM GILMER

AIA

Adam’s passion for sustainable building practices and emerging technologies is utilized in projects that range from private residences to multi-family developments to large mixed-use buildings. Adam has extensive experience in three-dimensional computer modeling which has been a critical design tool in several of the complex residences and mixed-use projects upon which he has worked. These 3D computer models have become a significant part of the design and planning approval processes as well as developers’ presentation materials for sales documents. The high quality 3D computer images and computer walk through animations which Adam creates are an extremely valuable tool to communicate the firm’s designs to clients. Adam’s value of shared ideas and passion for sustainable design contributes significantly to the firm’s progressive open minded design environment. His collaborative team approach has resulted in outstanding design innovation and client service on the wide range of projects on which he has worked.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has been with Berglund Architects since 2005. Adam has been a licensed architect since 2014.

ALIX BERGLUND

Alix was brought into the world of architecture by her husband Hans when he started Berglund Architects in 2004. Working as a financial analyst for firms such as Starwood Vacation Ownership, JMP Asset Management and Vail Resorts, Alix initially helped Hans with some business related tasks in her “free time” before joining the team full-time in 2007 as the Business Manager. Decidedly left-brain dominant, Alix enjoys nurturing her creative side and learning from all of the designers at the firm while helping to keep all of those artists in line.

Originally from New Jersey, Alix received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1996 before moving to Colorado that same year. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2001, the year she and Hans married, and her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition in 2012. Alix is on the Board of Directors of the Walking Mountains Science Center, serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of First Descents and is active with the Dartmouth Club of Vail.

AMELIA KRAFT

LEED AP (CAGBC)

Having studied and practiced Architecture in Australia, Canada and US, Amelia’s project experience includes a diverse range of typologies, scales, locations and climates. From large community facilities to private residences, Amelia has a passion for sustainable building practices, environmental sensitivity and regional vernacular design. This informs highly functional and contextual design solutions incorporating passive solar strategies, a contemporary aesthetic and local materials.

Amelia’s unique architectural perspective draws from a background in graphic design and is complemented by her extensive travels. Her proficiency with graphic and presentation software is a valuable tool in the design process and in communicating the firm’s designs to clients. As one of her greatest strengths lies in developing a rapport and open communication with clients, consultants and contractors, Amelia values a collaborative design process.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Berglund Architects team in 2013. Amelia has volunteered extensively with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle & Lake Counties gaining hands-on construction experience and providing housing for low-income families in our local community.

CHRIS MAY

AIA

Chris’s approach to design is inspired by a post graduate background in classical architecture and reflects the timeless principles of proportion, repose, and sustainability. His passion for architecture stems from the opportunities presented by nature and site context which drive his designs inside and out. Chris looks to utilize innovative design tools to improve efficiency and clarity of complex designs. In addition to a thorough knowledge of BIM and design software, Chris values a strong integration of analog drawing and modeling to compliment the digital functions of the design process.

Chris received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. Chris began his career with Berglund Architects in 2015 and became a licensed architect in 2017.

ALISON EVERETT

MIKE MILLON

HANNAH STEELE

Hannah joined the Berglund Architects team in 2017. Her passion for architecture began with helping her father renovate houses. She enjoys coming up with creative solutions that match the client’s needs, program and characteristics of the site. She invites and craves different opinions and perspectives to push and explore the best solution to a design.  Hannah came to the firm with valuable experience in 3D modeling and an eager interest in pursuing sustainable design. Her experience has varied from large healthcare projects to small residential architecture.   Hannah holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

KATHERINE CREW

BRIAN FITZPATRICK

Brian joined Berglund Architects in 2017. Brian holds a passion for artistic design and his drive toward architecture started as he began to value the molding of the landscape to create a built aesthetic. With the belief that there is no line between art and architecture he involves the client’s wants with the needs of the project. This outlook pushes the project to create designs that are thoughtful as well as a representation of its surroundings and the people who inhabit them. Prior to working with Berglund Architects, Brian had been working in commercial architecture. Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Landscape Architecture.

HANS BERGLUND

AIA, LEED AP

Hans deeply values and encourages open minded collaboration with his clients, staff and construction partners and strives to make buildings which are timeless, artful and enjoyable. His projects are characterized by innovative, high quality architecture blending local architectural vernacular designs and natural materials with contemporary influences. Hans has designed award-winning sustainable single-family residential, multi-family residential and mixed-use commercial projects throughout the west for over twenty years. Hans’s diverse experience from this wide range of project scales, types and locations provides a holistic approach to architectural design. Prior to founding Berglund Architects in 2004, Hans was an Associate Principal with Cottle Graybeal Yaw Architects (CGY) and served as the director of its Vail office for 7 years. During his 10 years at CGY, Hans designed award winning multi-million dollar custom residential mountain retreats and large mixed-use projects for such prestigious commercial clients as the Aspen Skiing Company, East West Partners, Hines Interests, and Intrawest Development Corporation. Hans led the design, managed the complex approval process and supervised construction of landmark multi owner/user projects in Keystone, Breckenridge, Aspen and the Vail Valley. As president of Berglund Architects, Hans’s work integrates design excellence with sustainable green building practices, precise project management and comprehensive construction documents.

Hans’ intuitive design insight draws in part from his extensive travel experiences and architectural history background. While in college, Hans spent two semesters studying architecture, architectural history and art history in Italy and Spain. His broad art and architectural background is complemented by extensive experience working in the construction industry in both high school and college. Hans has remained extensively involved with the construction industry throughout his professional career by designing and general contracting three residences, several residential remodels and a commercial office space for himself and his family.

Hans received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, College of Architecture in 1991. A licensed architect since 1995 and a member of the American Association of Architects (AIA), Hans is also a LEED Home Accredited Professional and has designed eight LEED projects at various levels of completion and certification levels. Hans was a former board member of C.O.R.E (Community Office of Resource Efficiency) in Aspen, a past Chair of Aspen Energy 2000, is currently a member of Rotary International, and is on the board of Walking Mountain Science Center (formerly Gore Range Mountain School).

STEPHANIE LORD-JOHNSON

AIA, LEED AP

Stephanie has been a practicing architect in the Vail Valley since 1995. While her projects have been diverse, they are all consistently characterized by having a strong connection to the site, embodying the character of the place, and employing environmental sustainability practices. Stephanie’s broad range of project types and scales in the mountain resort setting include private custom residences, affordable housing, mixed-use commercial facilities, resort clubhouses and amenity buildings, and public emergency response facilities. She has successfully brought projects through the community approval process throughout the Vail Valley and administrated the Cordillera Valley Club and the Brightwater Golf Community Design Review Boards. Additionally, Stephanie has worked on projects for the Town of Vail and the Town of Avon as their architectural consultant.

Stephanie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University in 1990 and a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in Architecture in 1991. She has been a member of the Berglund Architects team since 2011.

KEEGAN WINKELLER

AIA

Architect Keegan’s passion for design draws from a diverse background in both art and construction resulting in high-quality, well documented and cost-effective design solutions. His extensive travels complement his skills in architectural character envisioning and project identity creation. Keegan has extensive experience with three-dimensional computer modeling utilizing “Revit”, a state of the art 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) computer software, resulting in innovative designs which are extremely well documented and coordinated with the other consultants on the project. This special interest in three-dimensional computer modeling, coupled with expertise in architecture and construction, results in a rigorous, integrated approach to architectural design. Keegan’s interest in interpreting regional vernacular architecture into his projects creates dynamic designs infused with modern influences that are strongly rooted in the west.

Keegan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has worked with Berglund Architects since 2005. Keegan has been a licensed architect since 2015.

ADAM GILMER

AIA

Adam’s passion for sustainable building practices and emerging technologies is utilized in projects that range from private residences to multi-family developments to large mixed-use buildings. Adam has extensive experience in three-dimensional computer modeling which has been a critical design tool in several of the complex residences and mixed-use projects upon which he has worked. These 3D computer models have become a significant part of the design and planning approval processes as well as developers’ presentation materials for sales documents. The high quality 3D computer images and computer walk through animations which Adam creates are an extremely valuable tool to communicate the firm’s designs to clients. Adam’s value of shared ideas and passion for sustainable design contributes significantly to the firm’s progressive open minded design environment. His collaborative team approach has resulted in outstanding design innovation and client service on the wide range of projects on which he has worked.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has been with Berglund Architects since 2005. Adam has been a licensed architect since 2014.

ALIX BERGLUND

Alix was brought into the world of architecture by her husband Hans when he started Berglund Architects in 2004. Working as a financial analyst for firms such as Starwood Vacation Ownership, JMP Asset Management and Vail Resorts, Alix initially helped Hans with some business related tasks in her “free time” before joining the team full-time in 2007 as the Business Manager. Decidedly left-brain dominant, Alix enjoys nurturing her creative side and learning from all of the designers at the firm while helping to keep all of those artists in line.

Originally from New Jersey, Alix received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1996 before moving to Colorado that same year. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2001, the year she and Hans married, and her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition in 2012. Alix is on the Board of Directors of the Walking Mountains Science Center, serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of First Descents and is active with the Dartmouth Club of Vail.

AMELIA KRAFT

LEED AP (CAGBC)

Having studied and practiced Architecture in Australia, Canada and US, Amelia’s project experience includes a diverse range of typologies, scales, locations and climates. From large community facilities to private residences, Amelia has a passion for sustainable building practices, environmental sensitivity and regional vernacular design. This informs highly functional and contextual design solutions incorporating passive solar strategies, a contemporary aesthetic and local materials.

Amelia’s unique architectural perspective draws from a background in graphic design and is complemented by her extensive travels. Her proficiency with graphic and presentation software is a valuable tool in the design process and in communicating the firm’s designs to clients. As one of her greatest strengths lies in developing a rapport and open communication with clients, consultants and contractors, Amelia values a collaborative design process.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Berglund Architects team in 2013. Amelia has volunteered extensively with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle & Lake Counties gaining hands-on construction experience and providing housing for low-income families in our local community.

CHRIS MAY

AIA

Chris’s approach to design is inspired by a post graduate background in classical architecture and reflects the timeless principles of proportion, repose, and sustainability. His passion for architecture stems from the opportunities presented by nature and site context which drive his designs inside and out. Chris looks to utilize innovative design tools to improve efficiency and clarity of complex designs. In addition to a thorough knowledge of BIM and design software, Chris values a strong integration of analog drawing and modeling to compliment the digital functions of the design process.

Chris received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. Chris began his career with Berglund Architects in 2015 and became a licensed architect in 2017.

ALISON EVERETT

MIKE MILLON

HANNAH STEELE

Hannah joined the Berglund Architects team in 2017. Her passion for architecture began with helping her father renovate houses. She enjoys coming up with creative solutions that match the client’s needs, program and characteristics of the site. She invites and craves different opinions and perspectives to push and explore the best solution to a design.  Hannah came to the firm with valuable experience in 3D modeling and an eager interest in pursuing sustainable design. Her experience has varied from large healthcare projects to small residential architecture.   Hannah holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

KATHERINE CREW

BRIAN FITZPATRICK

Brian joined Berglund Architects in 2017. Brian holds a passion for artistic design and his drive toward architecture started as he began to value the molding of the landscape to create a built aesthetic. With the belief that there is no line between art and architecture he involves the client’s wants with the needs of the project. This outlook pushes the project to create designs that are thoughtful as well as a representation of its surroundings and the people who inhabit them. Prior to working with Berglund Architects, Brian had been working in commercial architecture. Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Landscape Architecture.

HANS BERGLUND

AIA, LEED AP

Hans deeply values and encourages open minded collaboration with his clients, staff and construction partners and strives to make buildings which are timeless, artful and enjoyable. His projects are characterized by innovative, high quality architecture blending local architectural vernacular designs and natural materials with contemporary influences. Hans has designed award-winning sustainable single-family residential, multi-family residential and mixed-use commercial projects throughout the west for over twenty years. Hans’s diverse experience from this wide range of project scales, types and locations provides a holistic approach to architectural design. Prior to founding Berglund Architects in 2004, Hans was an Associate Principal with Cottle Graybeal Yaw Architects (CGY) and served as the director of its Vail office for 7 years. During his 10 years at CGY, Hans designed award winning multi-million dollar custom residential mountain retreats and large mixed-use projects for such prestigious commercial clients as the Aspen Skiing Company, East West Partners, Hines Interests, and Intrawest Development Corporation. Hans led the design, managed the complex approval process and supervised construction of landmark multi owner/user projects in Keystone, Breckenridge, Aspen and the Vail Valley. As president of Berglund Architects, Hans’s work integrates design excellence with sustainable green building practices, precise project management and comprehensive construction documents.

Hans’ intuitive design insight draws in part from his extensive travel experiences and architectural history background. While in college, Hans spent two semesters studying architecture, architectural history and art history in Italy and Spain. His broad art and architectural background is complemented by extensive experience working in the construction industry in both high school and college. Hans has remained extensively involved with the construction industry throughout his professional career by designing and general contracting three residences, several residential remodels and a commercial office space for himself and his family.

Hans received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, College of Architecture in 1991. A licensed architect since 1995 and a member of the American Association of Architects (AIA), Hans is also a LEED Home Accredited Professional and has designed eight LEED projects at various levels of completion and certification levels. Hans was a former board member of C.O.R.E (Community Office of Resource Efficiency) in Aspen, a past Chair of Aspen Energy 2000, is currently a member of Rotary International, and is on the board of Walking Mountain Science Center (formerly Gore Range Mountain School).

STEPHANIE LORD-JOHNSON

AIA, LEED AP

Stephanie has been a practicing architect in the Vail Valley since 1995. While her projects have been diverse, they are all consistently characterized by having a strong connection to the site, embodying the character of the place, and employing environmental sustainability practices. Stephanie’s broad range of project types and scales in the mountain resort setting include private custom residences, affordable housing, mixed-use commercial facilities, resort clubhouses and amenity buildings, and public emergency response facilities. She has successfully brought projects through the community approval process throughout the Vail Valley and administrated the Cordillera Valley Club and the Brightwater Golf Community Design Review Boards. Additionally, Stephanie has worked on projects for the Town of Vail and the Town of Avon as their architectural consultant.

Stephanie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University in 1990 and a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in Architecture in 1991. She has been a member of the Berglund Architects team since 2011.

KEEGAN WINKELLER

AIA

Architect Keegan’s passion for design draws from a diverse background in both art and construction resulting in high-quality, well documented and cost-effective design solutions. His extensive travels complement his skills in architectural character envisioning and project identity creation. Keegan has extensive experience with three-dimensional computer modeling utilizing “Revit”, a state of the art 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) computer software, resulting in innovative designs which are extremely well documented and coordinated with the other consultants on the project. This special interest in three-dimensional computer modeling, coupled with expertise in architecture and construction, results in a rigorous, integrated approach to architectural design. Keegan’s interest in interpreting regional vernacular architecture into his projects creates dynamic designs infused with modern influences that are strongly rooted in the west.

Keegan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has worked with Berglund Architects since 2005. Keegan has been a licensed architect since 2015.

ADAM GILMER

AIA

Adam’s passion for sustainable building practices and emerging technologies is utilized in projects that range from private residences to multi-family developments to large mixed-use buildings. Adam has extensive experience in three-dimensional computer modeling which has been a critical design tool in several of the complex residences and mixed-use projects upon which he has worked. These 3D computer models have become a significant part of the design and planning approval processes as well as developers’ presentation materials for sales documents. The high quality 3D computer images and computer walk through animations which Adam creates are an extremely valuable tool to communicate the firm’s designs to clients. Adam’s value of shared ideas and passion for sustainable design contributes significantly to the firm’s progressive open minded design environment. His collaborative team approach has resulted in outstanding design innovation and client service on the wide range of projects on which he has worked.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has been with Berglund Architects since 2005. Adam has been a licensed architect since 2014.

ALIX BERGLUND

Alix was brought into the world of architecture by her husband Hans when he started Berglund Architects in 2004. Working as a financial analyst for firms such as Starwood Vacation Ownership, JMP Asset Management and Vail Resorts, Alix initially helped Hans with some business related tasks in her “free time” before joining the team full-time in 2007 as the Business Manager. Decidedly left-brain dominant, Alix enjoys nurturing her creative side and learning from all of the designers at the firm while helping to keep all of those artists in line.

Originally from New Jersey, Alix received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1996 before moving to Colorado that same year. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2001, the year she and Hans married, and her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition in 2012. Alix is on the Board of Directors of the Walking Mountains Science Center, serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of First Descents and is active with the Dartmouth Club of Vail.

AMELIA KRAFT

LEED AP (CAGBC)

Having studied and practiced Architecture in Australia, Canada and US, Amelia’s project experience includes a diverse range of typologies, scales, locations and climates. From large community facilities to private residences, Amelia has a passion for sustainable building practices, environmental sensitivity and regional vernacular design. This informs highly functional and contextual design solutions incorporating passive solar strategies, a contemporary aesthetic and local materials.

Amelia’s unique architectural perspective draws from a background in graphic design and is complemented by her extensive travels. Her proficiency with graphic and presentation software is a valuable tool in the design process and in communicating the firm’s designs to clients. As one of her greatest strengths lies in developing a rapport and open communication with clients, consultants and contractors, Amelia values a collaborative design process.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Berglund Architects team in 2013. Amelia has volunteered extensively with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle & Lake Counties gaining hands-on construction experience and providing housing for low-income families in our local community.

CHRIS MAY

AIA

Chris’s approach to design is inspired by a post graduate background in classical architecture and reflects the timeless principles of proportion, repose, and sustainability. His passion for architecture stems from the opportunities presented by nature and site context which drive his designs inside and out. Chris looks to utilize innovative design tools to improve efficiency and clarity of complex designs. In addition to a thorough knowledge of BIM and design software, Chris values a strong integration of analog drawing and modeling to compliment the digital functions of the design process.

Chris received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. Chris began his career with Berglund Architects in 2015 and became a licensed architect in 2017.

ALISON EVERETT

MIKE MILLON

HANNAH STEELE

Hannah joined the Berglund Architects team in 2017. Her passion for architecture began with helping her father renovate houses. She enjoys coming up with creative solutions that match the client’s needs, program and characteristics of the site. She invites and craves different opinions and perspectives to push and explore the best solution to a design.  Hannah came to the firm with valuable experience in 3D modeling and an eager interest in pursuing sustainable design. Her experience has varied from large healthcare projects to small residential architecture.   Hannah holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

KATHERINE CREW

BRIAN FITZPATRICK

Brian joined Berglund Architects in 2017. Brian holds a passion for artistic design and his drive toward architecture started as he began to value the molding of the landscape to create a built aesthetic. With the belief that there is no line between art and architecture he involves the client’s wants with the needs of the project. This outlook pushes the project to create designs that are thoughtful as well as a representation of its surroundings and the people who inhabit them. Prior to working with Berglund Architects, Brian had been working in commercial architecture. Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Landscape Architecture.

HANS BERGLUND

AIA, LEED AP

Hans deeply values and encourages open minded collaboration with his clients, staff and construction partners and strives to make buildings which are timeless, artful and enjoyable. His projects are characterized by innovative, high quality architecture blending local architectural vernacular designs and natural materials with contemporary influences. Hans has designed award-winning sustainable single-family residential, multi-family residential and mixed-use commercial projects throughout the west for over twenty years. Hans’s diverse experience from this wide range of project scales, types and locations provides a holistic approach to architectural design. Prior to founding Berglund Architects in 2004, Hans was an Associate Principal with Cottle Graybeal Yaw Architects (CGY) and served as the director of its Vail office for 7 years. During his 10 years at CGY, Hans designed award winning multi-million dollar custom residential mountain retreats and large mixed-use projects for such prestigious commercial clients as the Aspen Skiing Company, East West Partners, Hines Interests, and Intrawest Development Corporation. Hans led the design, managed the complex approval process and supervised construction of landmark multi owner/user projects in Keystone, Breckenridge, Aspen and the Vail Valley. As president of Berglund Architects, Hans’s work integrates design excellence with sustainable green building practices, precise project management and comprehensive construction documents.

Hans’ intuitive design insight draws in part from his extensive travel experiences and architectural history background. While in college, Hans spent two semesters studying architecture, architectural history and art history in Italy and Spain. His broad art and architectural background is complemented by extensive experience working in the construction industry in both high school and college. Hans has remained extensively involved with the construction industry throughout his professional career by designing and general contracting three residences, several residential remodels and a commercial office space for himself and his family.

Hans received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, College of Architecture in 1991. A licensed architect since 1995 and a member of the American Association of Architects (AIA), Hans is also a LEED Home Accredited Professional and has designed eight LEED projects at various levels of completion and certification levels. Hans was a former board member of C.O.R.E (Community Office of Resource Efficiency) in Aspen, a past Chair of Aspen Energy 2000, is currently a member of Rotary International, and is on the board of Walking Mountain Science Center (formerly Gore Range Mountain School).

STEPHANIE LORD-JOHNSON

AIA, LEED AP

Stephanie has been a practicing architect in the Vail Valley since 1995. While her projects have been diverse, they are all consistently characterized by having a strong connection to the site, embodying the character of the place, and employing environmental sustainability practices. Stephanie’s broad range of project types and scales in the mountain resort setting include private custom residences, affordable housing, mixed-use commercial facilities, resort clubhouses and amenity buildings, and public emergency response facilities. She has successfully brought projects through the community approval process throughout the Vail Valley and administrated the Cordillera Valley Club and the Brightwater Golf Community Design Review Boards. Additionally, Stephanie has worked on projects for the Town of Vail and the Town of Avon as their architectural consultant.

Stephanie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University in 1990 and a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in Architecture in 1991. She has been a member of the Berglund Architects team since 2011.

KEEGAN WINKELLER

AIA

Architect Keegan’s passion for design draws from a diverse background in both art and construction resulting in high-quality, well documented and cost-effective design solutions. His extensive travels complement his skills in architectural character envisioning and project identity creation. Keegan has extensive experience with three-dimensional computer modeling utilizing “Revit”, a state of the art 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) computer software, resulting in innovative designs which are extremely well documented and coordinated with the other consultants on the project. This special interest in three-dimensional computer modeling, coupled with expertise in architecture and construction, results in a rigorous, integrated approach to architectural design. Keegan’s interest in interpreting regional vernacular architecture into his projects creates dynamic designs infused with modern influences that are strongly rooted in the west.

Keegan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has worked with Berglund Architects since 2005. Keegan has been a licensed architect since 2015.

ADAM GILMER

AIA

Adam’s passion for sustainable building practices and emerging technologies is utilized in projects that range from private residences to multi-family developments to large mixed-use buildings. Adam has extensive experience in three-dimensional computer modeling which has been a critical design tool in several of the complex residences and mixed-use projects upon which he has worked. These 3D computer models have become a significant part of the design and planning approval processes as well as developers’ presentation materials for sales documents. The high quality 3D computer images and computer walk through animations which Adam creates are an extremely valuable tool to communicate the firm’s designs to clients. Adam’s value of shared ideas and passion for sustainable design contributes significantly to the firm’s progressive open minded design environment. His collaborative team approach has resulted in outstanding design innovation and client service on the wide range of projects on which he has worked.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has been with Berglund Architects since 2005. Adam has been a licensed architect since 2014.

ALIX BERGLUND

Alix was brought into the world of architecture by her husband Hans when he started Berglund Architects in 2004. Working as a financial analyst for firms such as Starwood Vacation Ownership, JMP Asset Management and Vail Resorts, Alix initially helped Hans with some business related tasks in her “free time” before joining the team full-time in 2007 as the Business Manager. Decidedly left-brain dominant, Alix enjoys nurturing her creative side and learning from all of the designers at the firm while helping to keep all of those artists in line.

Originally from New Jersey, Alix received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1996 before moving to Colorado that same year. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2001, the year she and Hans married, and her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition in 2012. Alix is on the Board of Directors of the Walking Mountains Science Center, serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of First Descents and is active with the Dartmouth Club of Vail.

AMELIA KRAFT

LEED AP (CAGBC)

Having studied and practiced Architecture in Australia, Canada and US, Amelia’s project experience includes a diverse range of typologies, scales, locations and climates. From large community facilities to private residences, Amelia has a passion for sustainable building practices, environmental sensitivity and regional vernacular design. This informs highly functional and contextual design solutions incorporating passive solar strategies, a contemporary aesthetic and local materials.

Amelia’s unique architectural perspective draws from a background in graphic design and is complemented by her extensive travels. Her proficiency with graphic and presentation software is a valuable tool in the design process and in communicating the firm’s designs to clients. As one of her greatest strengths lies in developing a rapport and open communication with clients, consultants and contractors, Amelia values a collaborative design process.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Berglund Architects team in 2013. Amelia has volunteered extensively with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle & Lake Counties gaining hands-on construction experience and providing housing for low-income families in our local community.

CHRIS MAY

AIA

Chris’s approach to design is inspired by a post graduate background in classical architecture and reflects the timeless principles of proportion, repose, and sustainability. His passion for architecture stems from the opportunities presented by nature and site context which drive his designs inside and out. Chris looks to utilize innovative design tools to improve efficiency and clarity of complex designs. In addition to a thorough knowledge of BIM and design software, Chris values a strong integration of analog drawing and modeling to compliment the digital functions of the design process.

Chris received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. Chris began his career with Berglund Architects in 2015 and became a licensed architect in 2017.

ALISON EVERETT

MIKE MILLON

HANNAH STEELE

Hannah joined the Berglund Architects team in 2017. Her passion for architecture began with helping her father renovate houses. She enjoys coming up with creative solutions that match the client’s needs, program and characteristics of the site. She invites and craves different opinions and perspectives to push and explore the best solution to a design.  Hannah came to the firm with valuable experience in 3D modeling and an eager interest in pursuing sustainable design. Her experience has varied from large healthcare projects to small residential architecture.   Hannah holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

KATHERINE CREW

BRIAN FITZPATRICK

Brian joined Berglund Architects in 2017. Brian holds a passion for artistic design and his drive toward architecture started as he began to value the molding of the landscape to create a built aesthetic. With the belief that there is no line between art and architecture he involves the client’s wants with the needs of the project. This outlook pushes the project to create designs that are thoughtful as well as a representation of its surroundings and the people who inhabit them. Prior to working with Berglund Architects, Brian had been working in commercial architecture. Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Landscape Architecture.

HANS BERGLUND

AIA, LEED AP

Hans deeply values and encourages open minded collaboration with his clients, staff and construction partners and strives to make buildings which are timeless, artful and enjoyable. His projects are characterized by innovative, high quality architecture blending local architectural vernacular designs and natural materials with contemporary influences. Hans has designed award-winning sustainable single-family residential, multi-family residential and mixed-use commercial projects throughout the west for over twenty years. Hans’s diverse experience from this wide range of project scales, types and locations provides a holistic approach to architectural design. Prior to founding Berglund Architects in 2004, Hans was an Associate Principal with Cottle Graybeal Yaw Architects (CGY) and served as the director of its Vail office for 7 years. During his 10 years at CGY, Hans designed award winning multi-million dollar custom residential mountain retreats and large mixed-use projects for such prestigious commercial clients as the Aspen Skiing Company, East West Partners, Hines Interests, and Intrawest Development Corporation. Hans led the design, managed the complex approval process and supervised construction of landmark multi owner/user projects in Keystone, Breckenridge, Aspen and the Vail Valley. As president of Berglund Architects, Hans’s work integrates design excellence with sustainable green building practices, precise project management and comprehensive construction documents.

Hans’ intuitive design insight draws in part from his extensive travel experiences and architectural history background. While in college, Hans spent two semesters studying architecture, architectural history and art history in Italy and Spain. His broad art and architectural background is complemented by extensive experience working in the construction industry in both high school and college. Hans has remained extensively involved with the construction industry throughout his professional career by designing and general contracting three residences, several residential remodels and a commercial office space for himself and his family.

Hans received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, College of Architecture in 1991. A licensed architect since 1995 and a member of the American Association of Architects (AIA), Hans is also a LEED Home Accredited Professional and has designed eight LEED projects at various levels of completion and certification levels. Hans was a former board member of C.O.R.E (Community Office of Resource Efficiency) in Aspen, a past Chair of Aspen Energy 2000, is currently a member of Rotary International, and is on the board of Walking Mountain Science Center (formerly Gore Range Mountain School).

STEPHANIE LORD-JOHNSON

AIA, LEED AP

Stephanie has been a practicing architect in the Vail Valley since 1995. While her projects have been diverse, they are all consistently characterized by having a strong connection to the site, embodying the character of the place, and employing environmental sustainability practices. Stephanie’s broad range of project types and scales in the mountain resort setting include private custom residences, affordable housing, mixed-use commercial facilities, resort clubhouses and amenity buildings, and public emergency response facilities. She has successfully brought projects through the community approval process throughout the Vail Valley and administrated the Cordillera Valley Club and the Brightwater Golf Community Design Review Boards. Additionally, Stephanie has worked on projects for the Town of Vail and the Town of Avon as their architectural consultant.

Stephanie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University in 1990 and a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in Architecture in 1991. She has been a member of the Berglund Architects team since 2011.

KEEGAN WINKELLER

AIA

Architect Keegan’s passion for design draws from a diverse background in both art and construction resulting in high-quality, well documented and cost-effective design solutions. His extensive travels complement his skills in architectural character envisioning and project identity creation. Keegan has extensive experience with three-dimensional computer modeling utilizing “Revit”, a state of the art 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) computer software, resulting in innovative designs which are extremely well documented and coordinated with the other consultants on the project. This special interest in three-dimensional computer modeling, coupled with expertise in architecture and construction, results in a rigorous, integrated approach to architectural design. Keegan’s interest in interpreting regional vernacular architecture into his projects creates dynamic designs infused with modern influences that are strongly rooted in the west.

Keegan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has worked with Berglund Architects since 2005. Keegan has been a licensed architect since 2015.

ADAM GILMER

AIA

Adam’s passion for sustainable building practices and emerging technologies is utilized in projects that range from private residences to multi-family developments to large mixed-use buildings. Adam has extensive experience in three-dimensional computer modeling which has been a critical design tool in several of the complex residences and mixed-use projects upon which he has worked. These 3D computer models have become a significant part of the design and planning approval processes as well as developers’ presentation materials for sales documents. The high quality 3D computer images and computer walk through animations which Adam creates are an extremely valuable tool to communicate the firm’s designs to clients. Adam’s value of shared ideas and passion for sustainable design contributes significantly to the firm’s progressive open minded design environment. His collaborative team approach has resulted in outstanding design innovation and client service on the wide range of projects on which he has worked.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has been with Berglund Architects since 2005. Adam has been a licensed architect since 2014.

ALIX BERGLUND

Alix was brought into the world of architecture by her husband Hans when he started Berglund Architects in 2004. Working as a financial analyst for firms such as Starwood Vacation Ownership, JMP Asset Management and Vail Resorts, Alix initially helped Hans with some business related tasks in her “free time” before joining the team full-time in 2007 as the Business Manager. Decidedly left-brain dominant, Alix enjoys nurturing her creative side and learning from all of the designers at the firm while helping to keep all of those artists in line.

Originally from New Jersey, Alix received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1996 before moving to Colorado that same year. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2001, the year she and Hans married, and her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition in 2012. Alix is on the Board of Directors of the Walking Mountains Science Center, serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of First Descents and is active with the Dartmouth Club of Vail.

AMELIA KRAFT

LEED AP (CAGBC)

Having studied and practiced Architecture in Australia, Canada and US, Amelia’s project experience includes a diverse range of typologies, scales, locations and climates. From large community facilities to private residences, Amelia has a passion for sustainable building practices, environmental sensitivity and regional vernacular design. This informs highly functional and contextual design solutions incorporating passive solar strategies, a contemporary aesthetic and local materials.

Amelia’s unique architectural perspective draws from a background in graphic design and is complemented by her extensive travels. Her proficiency with graphic and presentation software is a valuable tool in the design process and in communicating the firm’s designs to clients. As one of her greatest strengths lies in developing a rapport and open communication with clients, consultants and contractors, Amelia values a collaborative design process.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Berglund Architects team in 2013. Amelia has volunteered extensively with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle & Lake Counties gaining hands-on construction experience and providing housing for low-income families in our local community.

CHRIS MAY

AIA

Chris’s approach to design is inspired by a post graduate background in classical architecture and reflects the timeless principles of proportion, repose, and sustainability. His passion for architecture stems from the opportunities presented by nature and site context which drive his designs inside and out. Chris looks to utilize innovative design tools to improve efficiency and clarity of complex designs. In addition to a thorough knowledge of BIM and design software, Chris values a strong integration of analog drawing and modeling to compliment the digital functions of the design process.

Chris received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. Chris began his career with Berglund Architects in 2015 and became a licensed architect in 2017.

ALISON EVERETT

MIKE MILLON

HANNAH STEELE

Hannah joined the Berglund Architects team in 2017. Her passion for architecture began with helping her father renovate houses. She enjoys coming up with creative solutions that match the client’s needs, program and characteristics of the site. She invites and craves different opinions and perspectives to push and explore the best solution to a design.  Hannah came to the firm with valuable experience in 3D modeling and an eager interest in pursuing sustainable design. Her experience has varied from large healthcare projects to small residential architecture.   Hannah holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

KATHERINE CREW

BRIAN FITZPATRICK

Brian joined Berglund Architects in 2017. Brian holds a passion for artistic design and his drive toward architecture started as he began to value the molding of the landscape to create a built aesthetic. With the belief that there is no line between art and architecture he involves the client’s wants with the needs of the project. This outlook pushes the project to create designs that are thoughtful as well as a representation of its surroundings and the people who inhabit them. Prior to working with Berglund Architects, Brian had been working in commercial architecture. Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Landscape Architecture.

HANS BERGLUND

AIA, LEED AP

Hans deeply values and encourages open minded collaboration with his clients, staff and construction partners and strives to make buildings which are timeless, artful and enjoyable. His projects are characterized by innovative, high quality architecture blending local architectural vernacular designs and natural materials with contemporary influences. Hans has designed award-winning sustainable single-family residential, multi-family residential and mixed-use commercial projects throughout the west for over twenty years. Hans’s diverse experience from this wide range of project scales, types and locations provides a holistic approach to architectural design. Prior to founding Berglund Architects in 2004, Hans was an Associate Principal with Cottle Graybeal Yaw Architects (CGY) and served as the director of its Vail office for 7 years. During his 10 years at CGY, Hans designed award winning multi-million dollar custom residential mountain retreats and large mixed-use projects for such prestigious commercial clients as the Aspen Skiing Company, East West Partners, Hines Interests, and Intrawest Development Corporation. Hans led the design, managed the complex approval process and supervised construction of landmark multi owner/user projects in Keystone, Breckenridge, Aspen and the Vail Valley. As president of Berglund Architects, Hans’s work integrates design excellence with sustainable green building practices, precise project management and comprehensive construction documents.

Hans’ intuitive design insight draws in part from his extensive travel experiences and architectural history background. While in college, Hans spent two semesters studying architecture, architectural history and art history in Italy and Spain. His broad art and architectural background is complemented by extensive experience working in the construction industry in both high school and college. Hans has remained extensively involved with the construction industry throughout his professional career by designing and general contracting three residences, several residential remodels and a commercial office space for himself and his family.

Hans received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, College of Architecture in 1991. A licensed architect since 1995 and a member of the American Association of Architects (AIA), Hans is also a LEED Home Accredited Professional and has designed eight LEED projects at various levels of completion and certification levels. Hans was a former board member of C.O.R.E (Community Office of Resource Efficiency) in Aspen, a past Chair of Aspen Energy 2000, is currently a member of Rotary International, and is on the board of Walking Mountain Science Center (formerly Gore Range Mountain School).

STEPHANIE LORD-JOHNSON

AIA, LEED AP

Stephanie has been a practicing architect in the Vail Valley since 1995. While her projects have been diverse, they are all consistently characterized by having a strong connection to the site, embodying the character of the place, and employing environmental sustainability practices. Stephanie’s broad range of project types and scales in the mountain resort setting include private custom residences, affordable housing, mixed-use commercial facilities, resort clubhouses and amenity buildings, and public emergency response facilities. She has successfully brought projects through the community approval process throughout the Vail Valley and administrated the Cordillera Valley Club and the Brightwater Golf Community Design Review Boards. Additionally, Stephanie has worked on projects for the Town of Vail and the Town of Avon as their architectural consultant.

Stephanie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University in 1990 and a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in Architecture in 1991. She has been a member of the Berglund Architects team since 2011.

KEEGAN WINKELLER

AIA

Architect Keegan’s passion for design draws from a diverse background in both art and construction resulting in high-quality, well documented and cost-effective design solutions. His extensive travels complement his skills in architectural character envisioning and project identity creation. Keegan has extensive experience with three-dimensional computer modeling utilizing “Revit”, a state of the art 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) computer software, resulting in innovative designs which are extremely well documented and coordinated with the other consultants on the project. This special interest in three-dimensional computer modeling, coupled with expertise in architecture and construction, results in a rigorous, integrated approach to architectural design. Keegan’s interest in interpreting regional vernacular architecture into his projects creates dynamic designs infused with modern influences that are strongly rooted in the west.

Keegan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has worked with Berglund Architects since 2005. Keegan has been a licensed architect since 2015.

ADAM GILMER

AIA

Adam’s passion for sustainable building practices and emerging technologies is utilized in projects that range from private residences to multi-family developments to large mixed-use buildings. Adam has extensive experience in three-dimensional computer modeling which has been a critical design tool in several of the complex residences and mixed-use projects upon which he has worked. These 3D computer models have become a significant part of the design and planning approval processes as well as developers’ presentation materials for sales documents. The high quality 3D computer images and computer walk through animations which Adam creates are an extremely valuable tool to communicate the firm’s designs to clients. Adam’s value of shared ideas and passion for sustainable design contributes significantly to the firm’s progressive open minded design environment. His collaborative team approach has resulted in outstanding design innovation and client service on the wide range of projects on which he has worked.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has been with Berglund Architects since 2005. Adam has been a licensed architect since 2014.

ALIX BERGLUND

Alix was brought into the world of architecture by her husband Hans when he started Berglund Architects in 2004. Working as a financial analyst for firms such as Starwood Vacation Ownership, JMP Asset Management and Vail Resorts, Alix initially helped Hans with some business related tasks in her “free time” before joining the team full-time in 2007 as the Business Manager. Decidedly left-brain dominant, Alix enjoys nurturing her creative side and learning from all of the designers at the firm while helping to keep all of those artists in line.

Originally from New Jersey, Alix received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1996 before moving to Colorado that same year. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2001, the year she and Hans married, and her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition in 2012. Alix is on the Board of Directors of the Walking Mountains Science Center, serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of First Descents and is active with the Dartmouth Club of Vail.

AMELIA KRAFT

LEED AP (CAGBC)

Having studied and practiced Architecture in Australia, Canada and US, Amelia’s project experience includes a diverse range of typologies, scales, locations and climates. From large community facilities to private residences, Amelia has a passion for sustainable building practices, environmental sensitivity and regional vernacular design. This informs highly functional and contextual design solutions incorporating passive solar strategies, a contemporary aesthetic and local materials.

Amelia’s unique architectural perspective draws from a background in graphic design and is complemented by her extensive travels. Her proficiency with graphic and presentation software is a valuable tool in the design process and in communicating the firm’s designs to clients. As one of her greatest strengths lies in developing a rapport and open communication with clients, consultants and contractors, Amelia values a collaborative design process.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Berglund Architects team in 2013. Amelia has volunteered extensively with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle & Lake Counties gaining hands-on construction experience and providing housing for low-income families in our local community.

CHRIS MAY

AIA

Chris’s approach to design is inspired by a post graduate background in classical architecture and reflects the timeless principles of proportion, repose, and sustainability. His passion for architecture stems from the opportunities presented by nature and site context which drive his designs inside and out. Chris looks to utilize innovative design tools to improve efficiency and clarity of complex designs. In addition to a thorough knowledge of BIM and design software, Chris values a strong integration of analog drawing and modeling to compliment the digital functions of the design process.

Chris received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. Chris began his career with Berglund Architects in 2015 and became a licensed architect in 2017.

ALISON EVERETT

MIKE MILLON

HANNAH STEELE

Hannah joined the Berglund Architects team in 2017. Her passion for architecture began with helping her father renovate houses. She enjoys coming up with creative solutions that match the client’s needs, program and characteristics of the site. She invites and craves different opinions and perspectives to push and explore the best solution to a design.  Hannah came to the firm with valuable experience in 3D modeling and an eager interest in pursuing sustainable design. Her experience has varied from large healthcare projects to small residential architecture.   Hannah holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

KATHERINE CREW

BRIAN FITZPATRICK

Brian joined Berglund Architects in 2017. Brian holds a passion for artistic design and his drive toward architecture started as he began to value the molding of the landscape to create a built aesthetic. With the belief that there is no line between art and architecture he involves the client’s wants with the needs of the project. This outlook pushes the project to create designs that are thoughtful as well as a representation of its surroundings and the people who inhabit them. Prior to working with Berglund Architects, Brian had been working in commercial architecture. Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Landscape Architecture.

HANS BERGLUND

AIA, LEED AP

Hans deeply values and encourages open minded collaboration with his clients, staff and construction partners and strives to make buildings which are timeless, artful and enjoyable. His projects are characterized by innovative, high quality architecture blending local architectural vernacular designs and natural materials with contemporary influences. Hans has designed award-winning sustainable single-family residential, multi-family residential and mixed-use commercial projects throughout the west for over twenty years. Hans’s diverse experience from this wide range of project scales, types and locations provides a holistic approach to architectural design. Prior to founding Berglund Architects in 2004, Hans was an Associate Principal with Cottle Graybeal Yaw Architects (CGY) and served as the director of its Vail office for 7 years. During his 10 years at CGY, Hans designed award winning multi-million dollar custom residential mountain retreats and large mixed-use projects for such prestigious commercial clients as the Aspen Skiing Company, East West Partners, Hines Interests, and Intrawest Development Corporation. Hans led the design, managed the complex approval process and supervised construction of landmark multi owner/user projects in Keystone, Breckenridge, Aspen and the Vail Valley. As president of Berglund Architects, Hans’s work integrates design excellence with sustainable green building practices, precise project management and comprehensive construction documents.

Hans’ intuitive design insight draws in part from his extensive travel experiences and architectural history background. While in college, Hans spent two semesters studying architecture, architectural history and art history in Italy and Spain. His broad art and architectural background is complemented by extensive experience working in the construction industry in both high school and college. Hans has remained extensively involved with the construction industry throughout his professional career by designing and general contracting three residences, several residential remodels and a commercial office space for himself and his family.

Hans received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, College of Architecture in 1991. A licensed architect since 1995 and a member of the American Association of Architects (AIA), Hans is also a LEED Home Accredited Professional and has designed eight LEED projects at various levels of completion and certification levels. Hans was a former board member of C.O.R.E (Community Office of Resource Efficiency) in Aspen, a past Chair of Aspen Energy 2000, is currently a member of Rotary International, and is on the board of Walking Mountain Science Center (formerly Gore Range Mountain School).

STEPHANIE LORD-JOHNSON

AIA, LEED AP

Stephanie has been a practicing architect in the Vail Valley since 1995. While her projects have been diverse, they are all consistently characterized by having a strong connection to the site, embodying the character of the place, and employing environmental sustainability practices. Stephanie’s broad range of project types and scales in the mountain resort setting include private custom residences, affordable housing, mixed-use commercial facilities, resort clubhouses and amenity buildings, and public emergency response facilities. She has successfully brought projects through the community approval process throughout the Vail Valley and administrated the Cordillera Valley Club and the Brightwater Golf Community Design Review Boards. Additionally, Stephanie has worked on projects for the Town of Vail and the Town of Avon as their architectural consultant.

Stephanie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University in 1990 and a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in Architecture in 1991. She has been a member of the Berglund Architects team since 2011.

KEEGAN WINKELLER

AIA

Architect Keegan’s passion for design draws from a diverse background in both art and construction resulting in high-quality, well documented and cost-effective design solutions. His extensive travels complement his skills in architectural character envisioning and project identity creation. Keegan has extensive experience with three-dimensional computer modeling utilizing “Revit”, a state of the art 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) computer software, resulting in innovative designs which are extremely well documented and coordinated with the other consultants on the project. This special interest in three-dimensional computer modeling, coupled with expertise in architecture and construction, results in a rigorous, integrated approach to architectural design. Keegan’s interest in interpreting regional vernacular architecture into his projects creates dynamic designs infused with modern influences that are strongly rooted in the west.

Keegan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has worked with Berglund Architects since 2005. Keegan has been a licensed architect since 2015.

ADAM GILMER

AIA

Adam’s passion for sustainable building practices and emerging technologies is utilized in projects that range from private residences to multi-family developments to large mixed-use buildings. Adam has extensive experience in three-dimensional computer modeling which has been a critical design tool in several of the complex residences and mixed-use projects upon which he has worked. These 3D computer models have become a significant part of the design and planning approval processes as well as developers’ presentation materials for sales documents. The high quality 3D computer images and computer walk through animations which Adam creates are an extremely valuable tool to communicate the firm’s designs to clients. Adam’s value of shared ideas and passion for sustainable design contributes significantly to the firm’s progressive open minded design environment. His collaborative team approach has resulted in outstanding design innovation and client service on the wide range of projects on which he has worked.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has been with Berglund Architects since 2005. Adam has been a licensed architect since 2014.

ALIX BERGLUND

Alix was brought into the world of architecture by her husband Hans when he started Berglund Architects in 2004. Working as a financial analyst for firms such as Starwood Vacation Ownership, JMP Asset Management and Vail Resorts, Alix initially helped Hans with some business related tasks in her “free time” before joining the team full-time in 2007 as the Business Manager. Decidedly left-brain dominant, Alix enjoys nurturing her creative side and learning from all of the designers at the firm while helping to keep all of those artists in line.

Originally from New Jersey, Alix received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1996 before moving to Colorado that same year. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2001, the year she and Hans married, and her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition in 2012. Alix is on the Board of Directors of the Walking Mountains Science Center, serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of First Descents and is active with the Dartmouth Club of Vail.

AMELIA KRAFT

LEED AP (CAGBC)

Having studied and practiced Architecture in Australia, Canada and US, Amelia’s project experience includes a diverse range of typologies, scales, locations and climates. From large community facilities to private residences, Amelia has a passion for sustainable building practices, environmental sensitivity and regional vernacular design. This informs highly functional and contextual design solutions incorporating passive solar strategies, a contemporary aesthetic and local materials.

Amelia’s unique architectural perspective draws from a background in graphic design and is complemented by her extensive travels. Her proficiency with graphic and presentation software is a valuable tool in the design process and in communicating the firm’s designs to clients. As one of her greatest strengths lies in developing a rapport and open communication with clients, consultants and contractors, Amelia values a collaborative design process.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Berglund Architects team in 2013. Amelia has volunteered extensively with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle & Lake Counties gaining hands-on construction experience and providing housing for low-income families in our local community.

CHRIS MAY

AIA

Chris’s approach to design is inspired by a post graduate background in classical architecture and reflects the timeless principles of proportion, repose, and sustainability. His passion for architecture stems from the opportunities presented by nature and site context which drive his designs inside and out. Chris looks to utilize innovative design tools to improve efficiency and clarity of complex designs. In addition to a thorough knowledge of BIM and design software, Chris values a strong integration of analog drawing and modeling to compliment the digital functions of the design process.

Chris received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. Chris began his career with Berglund Architects in 2015 and became a licensed architect in 2017.

ALISON EVERETT

MIKE MILLON

HANNAH STEELE

Hannah joined the Berglund Architects team in 2017. Her passion for architecture began with helping her father renovate houses. She enjoys coming up with creative solutions that match the client’s needs, program and characteristics of the site. She invites and craves different opinions and perspectives to push and explore the best solution to a design.  Hannah came to the firm with valuable experience in 3D modeling and an eager interest in pursuing sustainable design. Her experience has varied from large healthcare projects to small residential architecture.   Hannah holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

KATHERINE CREW

BRIAN FITZPATRICK

Brian joined Berglund Architects in 2017. Brian holds a passion for artistic design and his drive toward architecture started as he began to value the molding of the landscape to create a built aesthetic. With the belief that there is no line between art and architecture he involves the client’s wants with the needs of the project. This outlook pushes the project to create designs that are thoughtful as well as a representation of its surroundings and the people who inhabit them. Prior to working with Berglund Architects, Brian had been working in commercial architecture. Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Landscape Architecture.

HANS BERGLUND

AIA, LEED AP

Hans deeply values and encourages open minded collaboration with his clients, staff and construction partners and strives to make buildings which are timeless, artful and enjoyable. His projects are characterized by innovative, high quality architecture blending local architectural vernacular designs and natural materials with contemporary influences. Hans has designed award-winning sustainable single-family residential, multi-family residential and mixed-use commercial projects throughout the west for over twenty years. Hans’s diverse experience from this wide range of project scales, types and locations provides a holistic approach to architectural design. Prior to founding Berglund Architects in 2004, Hans was an Associate Principal with Cottle Graybeal Yaw Architects (CGY) and served as the director of its Vail office for 7 years. During his 10 years at CGY, Hans designed award winning multi-million dollar custom residential mountain retreats and large mixed-use projects for such prestigious commercial clients as the Aspen Skiing Company, East West Partners, Hines Interests, and Intrawest Development Corporation. Hans led the design, managed the complex approval process and supervised construction of landmark multi owner/user projects in Keystone, Breckenridge, Aspen and the Vail Valley. As president of Berglund Architects, Hans’s work integrates design excellence with sustainable green building practices, precise project management and comprehensive construction documents.

Hans’ intuitive design insight draws in part from his extensive travel experiences and architectural history background. While in college, Hans spent two semesters studying architecture, architectural history and art history in Italy and Spain. His broad art and architectural background is complemented by extensive experience working in the construction industry in both high school and college. Hans has remained extensively involved with the construction industry throughout his professional career by designing and general contracting three residences, several residential remodels and a commercial office space for himself and his family.

Hans received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, College of Architecture in 1991. A licensed architect since 1995 and a member of the American Association of Architects (AIA), Hans is also a LEED Home Accredited Professional and has designed eight LEED projects at various levels of completion and certification levels. Hans was a former board member of C.O.R.E (Community Office of Resource Efficiency) in Aspen, a past Chair of Aspen Energy 2000, is currently a member of Rotary International, and is on the board of Walking Mountain Science Center (formerly Gore Range Mountain School).

STEPHANIE LORD-JOHNSON

AIA, LEED AP

Stephanie has been a practicing architect in the Vail Valley since 1995. While her projects have been diverse, they are all consistently characterized by having a strong connection to the site, embodying the character of the place, and employing environmental sustainability practices. Stephanie’s broad range of project types and scales in the mountain resort setting include private custom residences, affordable housing, mixed-use commercial facilities, resort clubhouses and amenity buildings, and public emergency response facilities. She has successfully brought projects through the community approval process throughout the Vail Valley and administrated the Cordillera Valley Club and the Brightwater Golf Community Design Review Boards. Additionally, Stephanie has worked on projects for the Town of Vail and the Town of Avon as their architectural consultant.

Stephanie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University in 1990 and a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in Architecture in 1991. She has been a member of the Berglund Architects team since 2011.

KEEGAN WINKELLER

AIA

Architect Keegan’s passion for design draws from a diverse background in both art and construction resulting in high-quality, well documented and cost-effective design solutions. His extensive travels complement his skills in architectural character envisioning and project identity creation. Keegan has extensive experience with three-dimensional computer modeling utilizing “Revit”, a state of the art 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) computer software, resulting in innovative designs which are extremely well documented and coordinated with the other consultants on the project. This special interest in three-dimensional computer modeling, coupled with expertise in architecture and construction, results in a rigorous, integrated approach to architectural design. Keegan’s interest in interpreting regional vernacular architecture into his projects creates dynamic designs infused with modern influences that are strongly rooted in the west.

Keegan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has worked with Berglund Architects since 2005. Keegan has been a licensed architect since 2015.

ADAM GILMER

AIA

Adam’s passion for sustainable building practices and emerging technologies is utilized in projects that range from private residences to multi-family developments to large mixed-use buildings. Adam has extensive experience in three-dimensional computer modeling which has been a critical design tool in several of the complex residences and mixed-use projects upon which he has worked. These 3D computer models have become a significant part of the design and planning approval processes as well as developers’ presentation materials for sales documents. The high quality 3D computer images and computer walk through animations which Adam creates are an extremely valuable tool to communicate the firm’s designs to clients. Adam’s value of shared ideas and passion for sustainable design contributes significantly to the firm’s progressive open minded design environment. His collaborative team approach has resulted in outstanding design innovation and client service on the wide range of projects on which he has worked.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has been with Berglund Architects since 2005. Adam has been a licensed architect since 2014.

ALIX BERGLUND

Alix was brought into the world of architecture by her husband Hans when he started Berglund Architects in 2004. Working as a financial analyst for firms such as Starwood Vacation Ownership, JMP Asset Management and Vail Resorts, Alix initially helped Hans with some business related tasks in her “free time” before joining the team full-time in 2007 as the Business Manager. Decidedly left-brain dominant, Alix enjoys nurturing her creative side and learning from all of the designers at the firm while helping to keep all of those artists in line.

Originally from New Jersey, Alix received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1996 before moving to Colorado that same year. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2001, the year she and Hans married, and her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition in 2012. Alix is on the Board of Directors of the Walking Mountains Science Center, serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of First Descents and is active with the Dartmouth Club of Vail.

AMELIA KRAFT

LEED AP (CAGBC)

Having studied and practiced Architecture in Australia, Canada and US, Amelia’s project experience includes a diverse range of typologies, scales, locations and climates. From large community facilities to private residences, Amelia has a passion for sustainable building practices, environmental sensitivity and regional vernacular design. This informs highly functional and contextual design solutions incorporating passive solar strategies, a contemporary aesthetic and local materials.

Amelia’s unique architectural perspective draws from a background in graphic design and is complemented by her extensive travels. Her proficiency with graphic and presentation software is a valuable tool in the design process and in communicating the firm’s designs to clients. As one of her greatest strengths lies in developing a rapport and open communication with clients, consultants and contractors, Amelia values a collaborative design process.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Berglund Architects team in 2013. Amelia has volunteered extensively with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle & Lake Counties gaining hands-on construction experience and providing housing for low-income families in our local community.

CHRIS MAY

AIA

Chris’s approach to design is inspired by a post graduate background in classical architecture and reflects the timeless principles of proportion, repose, and sustainability. His passion for architecture stems from the opportunities presented by nature and site context which drive his designs inside and out. Chris looks to utilize innovative design tools to improve efficiency and clarity of complex designs. In addition to a thorough knowledge of BIM and design software, Chris values a strong integration of analog drawing and modeling to compliment the digital functions of the design process.

Chris received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. Chris began his career with Berglund Architects in 2015 and became a licensed architect in 2017.

ALISON EVERETT

MIKE MILLON

HANNAH STEELE

Hannah joined the Berglund Architects team in 2017. Her passion for architecture began with helping her father renovate houses. She enjoys coming up with creative solutions that match the client’s needs, program and characteristics of the site. She invites and craves different opinions and perspectives to push and explore the best solution to a design.  Hannah came to the firm with valuable experience in 3D modeling and an eager interest in pursuing sustainable design. Her experience has varied from large healthcare projects to small residential architecture.   Hannah holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

KATHERINE CREW

BRIAN FITZPATRICK

Brian joined Berglund Architects in 2017. Brian holds a passion for artistic design and his drive toward architecture started as he began to value the molding of the landscape to create a built aesthetic. With the belief that there is no line between art and architecture he involves the client’s wants with the needs of the project. This outlook pushes the project to create designs that are thoughtful as well as a representation of its surroundings and the people who inhabit them. Prior to working with Berglund Architects, Brian had been working in commercial architecture. Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Landscape Architecture.

HANS BERGLUND

AIA, LEED AP

Hans deeply values and encourages open minded collaboration with his clients, staff and construction partners and strives to make buildings which are timeless, artful and enjoyable. His projects are characterized by innovative, high quality architecture blending local architectural vernacular designs and natural materials with contemporary influences. Hans has designed award-winning sustainable single-family residential, multi-family residential and mixed-use commercial projects throughout the west for over twenty years. Hans’s diverse experience from this wide range of project scales, types and locations provides a holistic approach to architectural design. Prior to founding Berglund Architects in 2004, Hans was an Associate Principal with Cottle Graybeal Yaw Architects (CGY) and served as the director of its Vail office for 7 years. During his 10 years at CGY, Hans designed award winning multi-million dollar custom residential mountain retreats and large mixed-use projects for such prestigious commercial clients as the Aspen Skiing Company, East West Partners, Hines Interests, and Intrawest Development Corporation. Hans led the design, managed the complex approval process and supervised construction of landmark multi owner/user projects in Keystone, Breckenridge, Aspen and the Vail Valley. As president of Berglund Architects, Hans’s work integrates design excellence with sustainable green building practices, precise project management and comprehensive construction documents.

Hans’ intuitive design insight draws in part from his extensive travel experiences and architectural history background. While in college, Hans spent two semesters studying architecture, architectural history and art history in Italy and Spain. His broad art and architectural background is complemented by extensive experience working in the construction industry in both high school and college. Hans has remained extensively involved with the construction industry throughout his professional career by designing and general contracting three residences, several residential remodels and a commercial office space for himself and his family.

Hans received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, College of Architecture in 1991. A licensed architect since 1995 and a member of the American Association of Architects (AIA), Hans is also a LEED Home Accredited Professional and has designed eight LEED projects at various levels of completion and certification levels. Hans was a former board member of C.O.R.E (Community Office of Resource Efficiency) in Aspen, a past Chair of Aspen Energy 2000, is currently a member of Rotary International, and is on the board of Walking Mountain Science Center (formerly Gore Range Mountain School).

STEPHANIE LORD-JOHNSON

AIA, LEED AP

Stephanie has been a practicing architect in the Vail Valley since 1995. While her projects have been diverse, they are all consistently characterized by having a strong connection to the site, embodying the character of the place, and employing environmental sustainability practices. Stephanie’s broad range of project types and scales in the mountain resort setting include private custom residences, affordable housing, mixed-use commercial facilities, resort clubhouses and amenity buildings, and public emergency response facilities. She has successfully brought projects through the community approval process throughout the Vail Valley and administrated the Cordillera Valley Club and the Brightwater Golf Community Design Review Boards. Additionally, Stephanie has worked on projects for the Town of Vail and the Town of Avon as their architectural consultant.

Stephanie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University in 1990 and a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in Architecture in 1991. She has been a member of the Berglund Architects team since 2011.

KEEGAN WINKELLER

AIA

Architect Keegan’s passion for design draws from a diverse background in both art and construction resulting in high-quality, well documented and cost-effective design solutions. His extensive travels complement his skills in architectural character envisioning and project identity creation. Keegan has extensive experience with three-dimensional computer modeling utilizing “Revit”, a state of the art 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) computer software, resulting in innovative designs which are extremely well documented and coordinated with the other consultants on the project. This special interest in three-dimensional computer modeling, coupled with expertise in architecture and construction, results in a rigorous, integrated approach to architectural design. Keegan’s interest in interpreting regional vernacular architecture into his projects creates dynamic designs infused with modern influences that are strongly rooted in the west.

Keegan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has worked with Berglund Architects since 2005. Keegan has been a licensed architect since 2015.

ADAM GILMER

AIA

Adam’s passion for sustainable building practices and emerging technologies is utilized in projects that range from private residences to multi-family developments to large mixed-use buildings. Adam has extensive experience in three-dimensional computer modeling which has been a critical design tool in several of the complex residences and mixed-use projects upon which he has worked. These 3D computer models have become a significant part of the design and planning approval processes as well as developers’ presentation materials for sales documents. The high quality 3D computer images and computer walk through animations which Adam creates are an extremely valuable tool to communicate the firm’s designs to clients. Adam’s value of shared ideas and passion for sustainable design contributes significantly to the firm’s progressive open minded design environment. His collaborative team approach has resulted in outstanding design innovation and client service on the wide range of projects on which he has worked.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has been with Berglund Architects since 2005. Adam has been a licensed architect since 2014.

ALIX BERGLUND

Alix was brought into the world of architecture by her husband Hans when he started Berglund Architects in 2004. Working as a financial analyst for firms such as Starwood Vacation Ownership, JMP Asset Management and Vail Resorts, Alix initially helped Hans with some business related tasks in her “free time” before joining the team full-time in 2007 as the Business Manager. Decidedly left-brain dominant, Alix enjoys nurturing her creative side and learning from all of the designers at the firm while helping to keep all of those artists in line.

Originally from New Jersey, Alix received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1996 before moving to Colorado that same year. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2001, the year she and Hans married, and her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition in 2012. Alix is on the Board of Directors of the Walking Mountains Science Center, serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of First Descents and is active with the Dartmouth Club of Vail.

AMELIA KRAFT

LEED AP (CAGBC)

Having studied and practiced Architecture in Australia, Canada and US, Amelia’s project experience includes a diverse range of typologies, scales, locations and climates. From large community facilities to private residences, Amelia has a passion for sustainable building practices, environmental sensitivity and regional vernacular design. This informs highly functional and contextual design solutions incorporating passive solar strategies, a contemporary aesthetic and local materials.

Amelia’s unique architectural perspective draws from a background in graphic design and is complemented by her extensive travels. Her proficiency with graphic and presentation software is a valuable tool in the design process and in communicating the firm’s designs to clients. As one of her greatest strengths lies in developing a rapport and open communication with clients, consultants and contractors, Amelia values a collaborative design process.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Berglund Architects team in 2013. Amelia has volunteered extensively with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle & Lake Counties gaining hands-on construction experience and providing housing for low-income families in our local community.

CHRIS MAY

AIA

Chris’s approach to design is inspired by a post graduate background in classical architecture and reflects the timeless principles of proportion, repose, and sustainability. His passion for architecture stems from the opportunities presented by nature and site context which drive his designs inside and out. Chris looks to utilize innovative design tools to improve efficiency and clarity of complex designs. In addition to a thorough knowledge of BIM and design software, Chris values a strong integration of analog drawing and modeling to compliment the digital functions of the design process.

Chris received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. Chris began his career with Berglund Architects in 2015 and became a licensed architect in 2017.

ALISON EVERETT

MIKE MILLON

HANNAH STEELE

Hannah joined the Berglund Architects team in 2017. Her passion for architecture began with helping her father renovate houses. She enjoys coming up with creative solutions that match the client’s needs, program and characteristics of the site. She invites and craves different opinions and perspectives to push and explore the best solution to a design.  Hannah came to the firm with valuable experience in 3D modeling and an eager interest in pursuing sustainable design. Her experience has varied from large healthcare projects to small residential architecture.   Hannah holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

KATHERINE CREW

BRIAN FITZPATRICK

Brian joined Berglund Architects in 2017. Brian holds a passion for artistic design and his drive toward architecture started as he began to value the molding of the landscape to create a built aesthetic. With the belief that there is no line between art and architecture he involves the client’s wants with the needs of the project. This outlook pushes the project to create designs that are thoughtful as well as a representation of its surroundings and the people who inhabit them. Prior to working with Berglund Architects, Brian had been working in commercial architecture. Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Landscape Architecture.

HANS BERGLUND

AIA, LEED AP

Hans deeply values and encourages open minded collaboration with his clients, staff and construction partners and strives to make buildings which are timeless, artful and enjoyable. His projects are characterized by innovative, high quality architecture blending local architectural vernacular designs and natural materials with contemporary influences. Hans has designed award-winning sustainable single-family residential, multi-family residential and mixed-use commercial projects throughout the west for over twenty years. Hans’s diverse experience from this wide range of project scales, types and locations provides a holistic approach to architectural design. Prior to founding Berglund Architects in 2004, Hans was an Associate Principal with Cottle Graybeal Yaw Architects (CGY) and served as the director of its Vail office for 7 years. During his 10 years at CGY, Hans designed award winning multi-million dollar custom residential mountain retreats and large mixed-use projects for such prestigious commercial clients as the Aspen Skiing Company, East West Partners, Hines Interests, and Intrawest Development Corporation. Hans led the design, managed the complex approval process and supervised construction of landmark multi owner/user projects in Keystone, Breckenridge, Aspen and the Vail Valley. As president of Berglund Architects, Hans’s work integrates design excellence with sustainable green building practices, precise project management and comprehensive construction documents.

Hans’ intuitive design insight draws in part from his extensive travel experiences and architectural history background. While in college, Hans spent two semesters studying architecture, architectural history and art history in Italy and Spain. His broad art and architectural background is complemented by extensive experience working in the construction industry in both high school and college. Hans has remained extensively involved with the construction industry throughout his professional career by designing and general contracting three residences, several residential remodels and a commercial office space for himself and his family.

Hans received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, College of Architecture in 1991. A licensed architect since 1995 and a member of the American Association of Architects (AIA), Hans is also a LEED Home Accredited Professional and has designed eight LEED projects at various levels of completion and certification levels. Hans was a former board member of C.O.R.E (Community Office of Resource Efficiency) in Aspen, a past Chair of Aspen Energy 2000, is currently a member of Rotary International, and is on the board of Walking Mountain Science Center (formerly Gore Range Mountain School).

STEPHANIE LORD-JOHNSON

AIA, LEED AP

Stephanie has been a practicing architect in the Vail Valley since 1995. While her projects have been diverse, they are all consistently characterized by having a strong connection to the site, embodying the character of the place, and employing environmental sustainability practices. Stephanie’s broad range of project types and scales in the mountain resort setting include private custom residences, affordable housing, mixed-use commercial facilities, resort clubhouses and amenity buildings, and public emergency response facilities. She has successfully brought projects through the community approval process throughout the Vail Valley and administrated the Cordillera Valley Club and the Brightwater Golf Community Design Review Boards. Additionally, Stephanie has worked on projects for the Town of Vail and the Town of Avon as their architectural consultant.

Stephanie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University in 1990 and a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in Architecture in 1991. She has been a member of the Berglund Architects team since 2011.

KEEGAN WINKELLER

AIA

Architect Keegan’s passion for design draws from a diverse background in both art and construction resulting in high-quality, well documented and cost-effective design solutions. His extensive travels complement his skills in architectural character envisioning and project identity creation. Keegan has extensive experience with three-dimensional computer modeling utilizing “Revit”, a state of the art 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) computer software, resulting in innovative designs which are extremely well documented and coordinated with the other consultants on the project. This special interest in three-dimensional computer modeling, coupled with expertise in architecture and construction, results in a rigorous, integrated approach to architectural design. Keegan’s interest in interpreting regional vernacular architecture into his projects creates dynamic designs infused with modern influences that are strongly rooted in the west.

Keegan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has worked with Berglund Architects since 2005. Keegan has been a licensed architect since 2015.

ADAM GILMER

AIA

Adam’s passion for sustainable building practices and emerging technologies is utilized in projects that range from private residences to multi-family developments to large mixed-use buildings. Adam has extensive experience in three-dimensional computer modeling which has been a critical design tool in several of the complex residences and mixed-use projects upon which he has worked. These 3D computer models have become a significant part of the design and planning approval processes as well as developers’ presentation materials for sales documents. The high quality 3D computer images and computer walk through animations which Adam creates are an extremely valuable tool to communicate the firm’s designs to clients. Adam’s value of shared ideas and passion for sustainable design contributes significantly to the firm’s progressive open minded design environment. His collaborative team approach has resulted in outstanding design innovation and client service on the wide range of projects on which he has worked.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has been with Berglund Architects since 2005. Adam has been a licensed architect since 2014.

ALIX BERGLUND

Alix was brought into the world of architecture by her husband Hans when he started Berglund Architects in 2004. Working as a financial analyst for firms such as Starwood Vacation Ownership, JMP Asset Management and Vail Resorts, Alix initially helped Hans with some business related tasks in her “free time” before joining the team full-time in 2007 as the Business Manager. Decidedly left-brain dominant, Alix enjoys nurturing her creative side and learning from all of the designers at the firm while helping to keep all of those artists in line.

Originally from New Jersey, Alix received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1996 before moving to Colorado that same year. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2001, the year she and Hans married, and her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition in 2012. Alix is on the Board of Directors of the Walking Mountains Science Center, serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of First Descents and is active with the Dartmouth Club of Vail.

AMELIA KRAFT

LEED AP (CAGBC)

Having studied and practiced Architecture in Australia, Canada and US, Amelia’s project experience includes a diverse range of typologies, scales, locations and climates. From large community facilities to private residences, Amelia has a passion for sustainable building practices, environmental sensitivity and regional vernacular design. This informs highly functional and contextual design solutions incorporating passive solar strategies, a contemporary aesthetic and local materials.

Amelia’s unique architectural perspective draws from a background in graphic design and is complemented by her extensive travels. Her proficiency with graphic and presentation software is a valuable tool in the design process and in communicating the firm’s designs to clients. As one of her greatest strengths lies in developing a rapport and open communication with clients, consultants and contractors, Amelia values a collaborative design process.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Berglund Architects team in 2013. Amelia has volunteered extensively with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle & Lake Counties gaining hands-on construction experience and providing housing for low-income families in our local community.

CHRIS MAY

AIA

Chris’s approach to design is inspired by a post graduate background in classical architecture and reflects the timeless principles of proportion, repose, and sustainability. His passion for architecture stems from the opportunities presented by nature and site context which drive his designs inside and out. Chris looks to utilize innovative design tools to improve efficiency and clarity of complex designs. In addition to a thorough knowledge of BIM and design software, Chris values a strong integration of analog drawing and modeling to compliment the digital functions of the design process.

Chris received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. Chris began his career with Berglund Architects in 2015 and became a licensed architect in 2017.

ALISON EVERETT

MIKE MILLON

HANNAH STEELE

Hannah joined the Berglund Architects team in 2017. Her passion for architecture began with helping her father renovate houses. She enjoys coming up with creative solutions that match the client’s needs, program and characteristics of the site. She invites and craves different opinions and perspectives to push and explore the best solution to a design.  Hannah came to the firm with valuable experience in 3D modeling and an eager interest in pursuing sustainable design. Her experience has varied from large healthcare projects to small residential architecture.   Hannah holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

KATHERINE CREW

BRIAN FITZPATRICK

Brian joined Berglund Architects in 2017. Brian holds a passion for artistic design and his drive toward architecture started as he began to value the molding of the landscape to create a built aesthetic. With the belief that there is no line between art and architecture he involves the client’s wants with the needs of the project. This outlook pushes the project to create designs that are thoughtful as well as a representation of its surroundings and the people who inhabit them. Prior to working with Berglund Architects, Brian had been working in commercial architecture. Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Landscape Architecture.

HANS BERGLUND

AIA, LEED AP

Hans deeply values and encourages open minded collaboration with his clients, staff and construction partners and strives to make buildings which are timeless, artful and enjoyable. His projects are characterized by innovative, high quality architecture blending local architectural vernacular designs and natural materials with contemporary influences. Hans has designed award-winning sustainable single-family residential, multi-family residential and mixed-use commercial projects throughout the west for over twenty years. Hans’s diverse experience from this wide range of project scales, types and locations provides a holistic approach to architectural design. Prior to founding Berglund Architects in 2004, Hans was an Associate Principal with Cottle Graybeal Yaw Architects (CGY) and served as the director of its Vail office for 7 years. During his 10 years at CGY, Hans designed award winning multi-million dollar custom residential mountain retreats and large mixed-use projects for such prestigious commercial clients as the Aspen Skiing Company, East West Partners, Hines Interests, and Intrawest Development Corporation. Hans led the design, managed the complex approval process and supervised construction of landmark multi owner/user projects in Keystone, Breckenridge, Aspen and the Vail Valley. As president of Berglund Architects, Hans’s work integrates design excellence with sustainable green building practices, precise project management and comprehensive construction documents.

Hans’ intuitive design insight draws in part from his extensive travel experiences and architectural history background. While in college, Hans spent two semesters studying architecture, architectural history and art history in Italy and Spain. His broad art and architectural background is complemented by extensive experience working in the construction industry in both high school and college. Hans has remained extensively involved with the construction industry throughout his professional career by designing and general contracting three residences, several residential remodels and a commercial office space for himself and his family.

Hans received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, College of Architecture in 1991. A licensed architect since 1995 and a member of the American Association of Architects (AIA), Hans is also a LEED Home Accredited Professional and has designed eight LEED projects at various levels of completion and certification levels. Hans was a former board member of C.O.R.E (Community Office of Resource Efficiency) in Aspen, a past Chair of Aspen Energy 2000, is currently a member of Rotary International, and is on the board of Walking Mountain Science Center (formerly Gore Range Mountain School).

STEPHANIE LORD-JOHNSON

AIA, LEED AP

Stephanie has been a practicing architect in the Vail Valley since 1995. While her projects have been diverse, they are all consistently characterized by having a strong connection to the site, embodying the character of the place, and employing environmental sustainability practices. Stephanie’s broad range of project types and scales in the mountain resort setting include private custom residences, affordable housing, mixed-use commercial facilities, resort clubhouses and amenity buildings, and public emergency response facilities. She has successfully brought projects through the community approval process throughout the Vail Valley and administrated the Cordillera Valley Club and the Brightwater Golf Community Design Review Boards. Additionally, Stephanie has worked on projects for the Town of Vail and the Town of Avon as their architectural consultant.

Stephanie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University in 1990 and a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in Architecture in 1991. She has been a member of the Berglund Architects team since 2011.

KEEGAN WINKELLER

AIA

Architect Keegan’s passion for design draws from a diverse background in both art and construction resulting in high-quality, well documented and cost-effective design solutions. His extensive travels complement his skills in architectural character envisioning and project identity creation. Keegan has extensive experience with three-dimensional computer modeling utilizing “Revit”, a state of the art 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) computer software, resulting in innovative designs which are extremely well documented and coordinated with the other consultants on the project. This special interest in three-dimensional computer modeling, coupled with expertise in architecture and construction, results in a rigorous, integrated approach to architectural design. Keegan’s interest in interpreting regional vernacular architecture into his projects creates dynamic designs infused with modern influences that are strongly rooted in the west.

Keegan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has worked with Berglund Architects since 2005. Keegan has been a licensed architect since 2015.

ADAM GILMER

AIA

Adam’s passion for sustainable building practices and emerging technologies is utilized in projects that range from private residences to multi-family developments to large mixed-use buildings. Adam has extensive experience in three-dimensional computer modeling which has been a critical design tool in several of the complex residences and mixed-use projects upon which he has worked. These 3D computer models have become a significant part of the design and planning approval processes as well as developers’ presentation materials for sales documents. The high quality 3D computer images and computer walk through animations which Adam creates are an extremely valuable tool to communicate the firm’s designs to clients. Adam’s value of shared ideas and passion for sustainable design contributes significantly to the firm’s progressive open minded design environment. His collaborative team approach has resulted in outstanding design innovation and client service on the wide range of projects on which he has worked.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has been with Berglund Architects since 2005. Adam has been a licensed architect since 2014.

ALIX BERGLUND

Alix was brought into the world of architecture by her husband Hans when he started Berglund Architects in 2004. Working as a financial analyst for firms such as Starwood Vacation Ownership, JMP Asset Management and Vail Resorts, Alix initially helped Hans with some business related tasks in her “free time” before joining the team full-time in 2007 as the Business Manager. Decidedly left-brain dominant, Alix enjoys nurturing her creative side and learning from all of the designers at the firm while helping to keep all of those artists in line.

Originally from New Jersey, Alix received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1996 before moving to Colorado that same year. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2001, the year she and Hans married, and her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition in 2012. Alix is on the Board of Directors of the Walking Mountains Science Center, serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of First Descents and is active with the Dartmouth Club of Vail.

AMELIA KRAFT

LEED AP (CAGBC)

Having studied and practiced Architecture in Australia, Canada and US, Amelia’s project experience includes a diverse range of typologies, scales, locations and climates. From large community facilities to private residences, Amelia has a passion for sustainable building practices, environmental sensitivity and regional vernacular design. This informs highly functional and contextual design solutions incorporating passive solar strategies, a contemporary aesthetic and local materials.

Amelia’s unique architectural perspective draws from a background in graphic design and is complemented by her extensive travels. Her proficiency with graphic and presentation software is a valuable tool in the design process and in communicating the firm’s designs to clients. As one of her greatest strengths lies in developing a rapport and open communication with clients, consultants and contractors, Amelia values a collaborative design process.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Berglund Architects team in 2013. Amelia has volunteered extensively with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle & Lake Counties gaining hands-on construction experience and providing housing for low-income families in our local community.

CHRIS MAY

AIA

Chris’s approach to design is inspired by a post graduate background in classical architecture and reflects the timeless principles of proportion, repose, and sustainability. His passion for architecture stems from the opportunities presented by nature and site context which drive his designs inside and out. Chris looks to utilize innovative design tools to improve efficiency and clarity of complex designs. In addition to a thorough knowledge of BIM and design software, Chris values a strong integration of analog drawing and modeling to compliment the digital functions of the design process.

Chris received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. Chris began his career with Berglund Architects in 2015 and became a licensed architect in 2017.

ALISON EVERETT

MIKE MILLON

HANNAH STEELE

Hannah joined the Berglund Architects team in 2017. Her passion for architecture began with helping her father renovate houses. She enjoys coming up with creative solutions that match the client’s needs, program and characteristics of the site. She invites and craves different opinions and perspectives to push and explore the best solution to a design.  Hannah came to the firm with valuable experience in 3D modeling and an eager interest in pursuing sustainable design. Her experience has varied from large healthcare projects to small residential architecture.   Hannah holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

KATHERINE CREW

BRIAN FITZPATRICK

Brian joined Berglund Architects in 2017. Brian holds a passion for artistic design and his drive toward architecture started as he began to value the molding of the landscape to create a built aesthetic. With the belief that there is no line between art and architecture he involves the client’s wants with the needs of the project. This outlook pushes the project to create designs that are thoughtful as well as a representation of its surroundings and the people who inhabit them. Prior to working with Berglund Architects, Brian had been working in commercial architecture. Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Landscape Architecture.

HANS BERGLUND

AIA, LEED AP

Hans deeply values and encourages open minded collaboration with his clients, staff and construction partners and strives to make buildings which are timeless, artful and enjoyable. His projects are characterized by innovative, high quality architecture blending local architectural vernacular designs and natural materials with contemporary influences. Hans has designed award-winning sustainable single-family residential, multi-family residential and mixed-use commercial projects throughout the west for over twenty years. Hans’s diverse experience from this wide range of project scales, types and locations provides a holistic approach to architectural design. Prior to founding Berglund Architects in 2004, Hans was an Associate Principal with Cottle Graybeal Yaw Architects (CGY) and served as the director of its Vail office for 7 years. During his 10 years at CGY, Hans designed award winning multi-million dollar custom residential mountain retreats and large mixed-use projects for such prestigious commercial clients as the Aspen Skiing Company, East West Partners, Hines Interests, and Intrawest Development Corporation. Hans led the design, managed the complex approval process and supervised construction of landmark multi owner/user projects in Keystone, Breckenridge, Aspen and the Vail Valley. As president of Berglund Architects, Hans’s work integrates design excellence with sustainable green building practices, precise project management and comprehensive construction documents.

Hans’ intuitive design insight draws in part from his extensive travel experiences and architectural history background. While in college, Hans spent two semesters studying architecture, architectural history and art history in Italy and Spain. His broad art and architectural background is complemented by extensive experience working in the construction industry in both high school and college. Hans has remained extensively involved with the construction industry throughout his professional career by designing and general contracting three residences, several residential remodels and a commercial office space for himself and his family.

Hans received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, College of Architecture in 1991. A licensed architect since 1995 and a member of the American Association of Architects (AIA), Hans is also a LEED Home Accredited Professional and has designed eight LEED projects at various levels of completion and certification levels. Hans was a former board member of C.O.R.E (Community Office of Resource Efficiency) in Aspen, a past Chair of Aspen Energy 2000, is currently a member of Rotary International, and is on the board of Walking Mountain Science Center (formerly Gore Range Mountain School).

STEPHANIE LORD-JOHNSON

AIA, LEED AP

Stephanie has been a practicing architect in the Vail Valley since 1995. While her projects have been diverse, they are all consistently characterized by having a strong connection to the site, embodying the character of the place, and employing environmental sustainability practices. Stephanie’s broad range of project types and scales in the mountain resort setting include private custom residences, affordable housing, mixed-use commercial facilities, resort clubhouses and amenity buildings, and public emergency response facilities. She has successfully brought projects through the community approval process throughout the Vail Valley and administrated the Cordillera Valley Club and the Brightwater Golf Community Design Review Boards. Additionally, Stephanie has worked on projects for the Town of Vail and the Town of Avon as their architectural consultant.

Stephanie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University in 1990 and a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in Architecture in 1991. She has been a member of the Berglund Architects team since 2011.

KEEGAN WINKELLER

AIA

Architect Keegan’s passion for design draws from a diverse background in both art and construction resulting in high-quality, well documented and cost-effective design solutions. His extensive travels complement his skills in architectural character envisioning and project identity creation. Keegan has extensive experience with three-dimensional computer modeling utilizing “Revit”, a state of the art 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) computer software, resulting in innovative designs which are extremely well documented and coordinated with the other consultants on the project. This special interest in three-dimensional computer modeling, coupled with expertise in architecture and construction, results in a rigorous, integrated approach to architectural design. Keegan’s interest in interpreting regional vernacular architecture into his projects creates dynamic designs infused with modern influences that are strongly rooted in the west.

Keegan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has worked with Berglund Architects since 2005. Keegan has been a licensed architect since 2015.

ADAM GILMER

AIA

Adam’s passion for sustainable building practices and emerging technologies is utilized in projects that range from private residences to multi-family developments to large mixed-use buildings. Adam has extensive experience in three-dimensional computer modeling which has been a critical design tool in several of the complex residences and mixed-use projects upon which he has worked. These 3D computer models have become a significant part of the design and planning approval processes as well as developers’ presentation materials for sales documents. The high quality 3D computer images and computer walk through animations which Adam creates are an extremely valuable tool to communicate the firm’s designs to clients. Adam’s value of shared ideas and passion for sustainable design contributes significantly to the firm’s progressive open minded design environment. His collaborative team approach has resulted in outstanding design innovation and client service on the wide range of projects on which he has worked.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has been with Berglund Architects since 2005. Adam has been a licensed architect since 2014.

ALIX BERGLUND

Alix was brought into the world of architecture by her husband Hans when he started Berglund Architects in 2004. Working as a financial analyst for firms such as Starwood Vacation Ownership, JMP Asset Management and Vail Resorts, Alix initially helped Hans with some business related tasks in her “free time” before joining the team full-time in 2007 as the Business Manager. Decidedly left-brain dominant, Alix enjoys nurturing her creative side and learning from all of the designers at the firm while helping to keep all of those artists in line.

Originally from New Jersey, Alix received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1996 before moving to Colorado that same year. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2001, the year she and Hans married, and her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition in 2012. Alix is on the Board of Directors of the Walking Mountains Science Center, serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of First Descents and is active with the Dartmouth Club of Vail.

AMELIA KRAFT

LEED AP (CAGBC)

Having studied and practiced Architecture in Australia, Canada and US, Amelia’s project experience includes a diverse range of typologies, scales, locations and climates. From large community facilities to private residences, Amelia has a passion for sustainable building practices, environmental sensitivity and regional vernacular design. This informs highly functional and contextual design solutions incorporating passive solar strategies, a contemporary aesthetic and local materials.

Amelia’s unique architectural perspective draws from a background in graphic design and is complemented by her extensive travels. Her proficiency with graphic and presentation software is a valuable tool in the design process and in communicating the firm’s designs to clients. As one of her greatest strengths lies in developing a rapport and open communication with clients, consultants and contractors, Amelia values a collaborative design process.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Berglund Architects team in 2013. Amelia has volunteered extensively with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle & Lake Counties gaining hands-on construction experience and providing housing for low-income families in our local community.

CHRIS MAY

AIA

Chris’s approach to design is inspired by a post graduate background in classical architecture and reflects the timeless principles of proportion, repose, and sustainability. His passion for architecture stems from the opportunities presented by nature and site context which drive his designs inside and out. Chris looks to utilize innovative design tools to improve efficiency and clarity of complex designs. In addition to a thorough knowledge of BIM and design software, Chris values a strong integration of analog drawing and modeling to compliment the digital functions of the design process.

Chris received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. Chris began his career with Berglund Architects in 2015 and became a licensed architect in 2017.

ALISON EVERETT

MIKE MILLON

HANNAH STEELE

Hannah joined the Berglund Architects team in 2017. Her passion for architecture began with helping her father renovate houses. She enjoys coming up with creative solutions that match the client’s needs, program and characteristics of the site. She invites and craves different opinions and perspectives to push and explore the best solution to a design.  Hannah came to the firm with valuable experience in 3D modeling and an eager interest in pursuing sustainable design. Her experience has varied from large healthcare projects to small residential architecture.   Hannah holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

KATHERINE CREW

BRIAN FITZPATRICK

Brian joined Berglund Architects in 2017. Brian holds a passion for artistic design and his drive toward architecture started as he began to value the molding of the landscape to create a built aesthetic. With the belief that there is no line between art and architecture he involves the client’s wants with the needs of the project. This outlook pushes the project to create designs that are thoughtful as well as a representation of its surroundings and the people who inhabit them. Prior to working with Berglund Architects, Brian had been working in commercial architecture. Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Landscape Architecture.

HANS BERGLUND

AIA, LEED AP

Hans deeply values and encourages open minded collaboration with his clients, staff and construction partners and strives to make buildings which are timeless, artful and enjoyable. His projects are characterized by innovative, high quality architecture blending local architectural vernacular designs and natural materials with contemporary influences. Hans has designed award-winning sustainable single-family residential, multi-family residential and mixed-use commercial projects throughout the west for over twenty years. Hans’s diverse experience from this wide range of project scales, types and locations provides a holistic approach to architectural design. Prior to founding Berglund Architects in 2004, Hans was an Associate Principal with Cottle Graybeal Yaw Architects (CGY) and served as the director of its Vail office for 7 years. During his 10 years at CGY, Hans designed award winning multi-million dollar custom residential mountain retreats and large mixed-use projects for such prestigious commercial clients as the Aspen Skiing Company, East West Partners, Hines Interests, and Intrawest Development Corporation. Hans led the design, managed the complex approval process and supervised construction of landmark multi owner/user projects in Keystone, Breckenridge, Aspen and the Vail Valley. As president of Berglund Architects, Hans’s work integrates design excellence with sustainable green building practices, precise project management and comprehensive construction documents.

Hans’ intuitive design insight draws in part from his extensive travel experiences and architectural history background. While in college, Hans spent two semesters studying architecture, architectural history and art history in Italy and Spain. His broad art and architectural background is complemented by extensive experience working in the construction industry in both high school and college. Hans has remained extensively involved with the construction industry throughout his professional career by designing and general contracting three residences, several residential remodels and a commercial office space for himself and his family.

Hans received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, College of Architecture in 1991. A licensed architect since 1995 and a member of the American Association of Architects (AIA), Hans is also a LEED Home Accredited Professional and has designed eight LEED projects at various levels of completion and certification levels. Hans was a former board member of C.O.R.E (Community Office of Resource Efficiency) in Aspen, a past Chair of Aspen Energy 2000, is currently a member of Rotary International, and is on the board of Walking Mountain Science Center (formerly Gore Range Mountain School).

STEPHANIE LORD-JOHNSON

AIA, LEED AP

Stephanie has been a practicing architect in the Vail Valley since 1995. While her projects have been diverse, they are all consistently characterized by having a strong connection to the site, embodying the character of the place, and employing environmental sustainability practices. Stephanie’s broad range of project types and scales in the mountain resort setting include private custom residences, affordable housing, mixed-use commercial facilities, resort clubhouses and amenity buildings, and public emergency response facilities. She has successfully brought projects through the community approval process throughout the Vail Valley and administrated the Cordillera Valley Club and the Brightwater Golf Community Design Review Boards. Additionally, Stephanie has worked on projects for the Town of Vail and the Town of Avon as their architectural consultant.

Stephanie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University in 1990 and a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in Architecture in 1991. She has been a member of the Berglund Architects team since 2011.

KEEGAN WINKELLER

AIA

Architect Keegan’s passion for design draws from a diverse background in both art and construction resulting in high-quality, well documented and cost-effective design solutions. His extensive travels complement his skills in architectural character envisioning and project identity creation. Keegan has extensive experience with three-dimensional computer modeling utilizing “Revit”, a state of the art 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) computer software, resulting in innovative designs which are extremely well documented and coordinated with the other consultants on the project. This special interest in three-dimensional computer modeling, coupled with expertise in architecture and construction, results in a rigorous, integrated approach to architectural design. Keegan’s interest in interpreting regional vernacular architecture into his projects creates dynamic designs infused with modern influences that are strongly rooted in the west.

Keegan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has worked with Berglund Architects since 2005. Keegan has been a licensed architect since 2015.

ADAM GILMER

AIA

Adam’s passion for sustainable building practices and emerging technologies is utilized in projects that range from private residences to multi-family developments to large mixed-use buildings. Adam has extensive experience in three-dimensional computer modeling which has been a critical design tool in several of the complex residences and mixed-use projects upon which he has worked. These 3D computer models have become a significant part of the design and planning approval processes as well as developers’ presentation materials for sales documents. The high quality 3D computer images and computer walk through animations which Adam creates are an extremely valuable tool to communicate the firm’s designs to clients. Adam’s value of shared ideas and passion for sustainable design contributes significantly to the firm’s progressive open minded design environment. His collaborative team approach has resulted in outstanding design innovation and client service on the wide range of projects on which he has worked.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has been with Berglund Architects since 2005. Adam has been a licensed architect since 2014.

ALIX BERGLUND

Alix was brought into the world of architecture by her husband Hans when he started Berglund Architects in 2004. Working as a financial analyst for firms such as Starwood Vacation Ownership, JMP Asset Management and Vail Resorts, Alix initially helped Hans with some business related tasks in her “free time” before joining the team full-time in 2007 as the Business Manager. Decidedly left-brain dominant, Alix enjoys nurturing her creative side and learning from all of the designers at the firm while helping to keep all of those artists in line.

Originally from New Jersey, Alix received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1996 before moving to Colorado that same year. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2001, the year she and Hans married, and her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition in 2012. Alix is on the Board of Directors of the Walking Mountains Science Center, serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of First Descents and is active with the Dartmouth Club of Vail.

AMELIA KRAFT

LEED AP (CAGBC)

Having studied and practiced Architecture in Australia, Canada and US, Amelia’s project experience includes a diverse range of typologies, scales, locations and climates. From large community facilities to private residences, Amelia has a passion for sustainable building practices, environmental sensitivity and regional vernacular design. This informs highly functional and contextual design solutions incorporating passive solar strategies, a contemporary aesthetic and local materials.

Amelia’s unique architectural perspective draws from a background in graphic design and is complemented by her extensive travels. Her proficiency with graphic and presentation software is a valuable tool in the design process and in communicating the firm’s designs to clients. As one of her greatest strengths lies in developing a rapport and open communication with clients, consultants and contractors, Amelia values a collaborative design process.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Berglund Architects team in 2013. Amelia has volunteered extensively with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle & Lake Counties gaining hands-on construction experience and providing housing for low-income families in our local community.

CHRIS MAY

AIA

Chris’s approach to design is inspired by a post graduate background in classical architecture and reflects the timeless principles of proportion, repose, and sustainability. His passion for architecture stems from the opportunities presented by nature and site context which drive his designs inside and out. Chris looks to utilize innovative design tools to improve efficiency and clarity of complex designs. In addition to a thorough knowledge of BIM and design software, Chris values a strong integration of analog drawing and modeling to compliment the digital functions of the design process.

Chris received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. Chris began his career with Berglund Architects in 2015 and became a licensed architect in 2017.

ALISON EVERETT

MIKE MILLON

HANNAH STEELE

Hannah joined the Berglund Architects team in 2017. Her passion for architecture began with helping her father renovate houses. She enjoys coming up with creative solutions that match the client’s needs, program and characteristics of the site. She invites and craves different opinions and perspectives to push and explore the best solution to a design.  Hannah came to the firm with valuable experience in 3D modeling and an eager interest in pursuing sustainable design. Her experience has varied from large healthcare projects to small residential architecture.   Hannah holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

KATHERINE CREW

BRIAN FITZPATRICK

Brian joined Berglund Architects in 2017. Brian holds a passion for artistic design and his drive toward architecture started as he began to value the molding of the landscape to create a built aesthetic. With the belief that there is no line between art and architecture he involves the client’s wants with the needs of the project. This outlook pushes the project to create designs that are thoughtful as well as a representation of its surroundings and the people who inhabit them. Prior to working with Berglund Architects, Brian had been working in commercial architecture. Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Landscape Architecture.

HANS BERGLUND

AIA, LEED AP

Hans deeply values and encourages open minded collaboration with his clients, staff and construction partners and strives to make buildings which are timeless, artful and enjoyable. His projects are characterized by innovative, high quality architecture blending local architectural vernacular designs and natural materials with contemporary influences. Hans has designed award-winning sustainable single-family residential, multi-family residential and mixed-use commercial projects throughout the west for over twenty years. Hans’s diverse experience from this wide range of project scales, types and locations provides a holistic approach to architectural design. Prior to founding Berglund Architects in 2004, Hans was an Associate Principal with Cottle Graybeal Yaw Architects (CGY) and served as the director of its Vail office for 7 years. During his 10 years at CGY, Hans designed award winning multi-million dollar custom residential mountain retreats and large mixed-use projects for such prestigious commercial clients as the Aspen Skiing Company, East West Partners, Hines Interests, and Intrawest Development Corporation. Hans led the design, managed the complex approval process and supervised construction of landmark multi owner/user projects in Keystone, Breckenridge, Aspen and the Vail Valley. As president of Berglund Architects, Hans’s work integrates design excellence with sustainable green building practices, precise project management and comprehensive construction documents.

Hans’ intuitive design insight draws in part from his extensive travel experiences and architectural history background. While in college, Hans spent two semesters studying architecture, architectural history and art history in Italy and Spain. His broad art and architectural background is complemented by extensive experience working in the construction industry in both high school and college. Hans has remained extensively involved with the construction industry throughout his professional career by designing and general contracting three residences, several residential remodels and a commercial office space for himself and his family.

Hans received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, College of Architecture in 1991. A licensed architect since 1995 and a member of the American Association of Architects (AIA), Hans is also a LEED Home Accredited Professional and has designed eight LEED projects at various levels of completion and certification levels. Hans was a former board member of C.O.R.E (Community Office of Resource Efficiency) in Aspen, a past Chair of Aspen Energy 2000, is currently a member of Rotary International, and is on the board of Walking Mountain Science Center (formerly Gore Range Mountain School).

STEPHANIE LORD-JOHNSON

AIA, LEED AP

Stephanie has been a practicing architect in the Vail Valley since 1995. While her projects have been diverse, they are all consistently characterized by having a strong connection to the site, embodying the character of the place, and employing environmental sustainability practices. Stephanie’s broad range of project types and scales in the mountain resort setting include private custom residences, affordable housing, mixed-use commercial facilities, resort clubhouses and amenity buildings, and public emergency response facilities. She has successfully brought projects through the community approval process throughout the Vail Valley and administrated the Cordillera Valley Club and the Brightwater Golf Community Design Review Boards. Additionally, Stephanie has worked on projects for the Town of Vail and the Town of Avon as their architectural consultant.

Stephanie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University in 1990 and a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in Architecture in 1991. She has been a member of the Berglund Architects team since 2011.

KEEGAN WINKELLER

AIA

Architect Keegan’s passion for design draws from a diverse background in both art and construction resulting in high-quality, well documented and cost-effective design solutions. His extensive travels complement his skills in architectural character envisioning and project identity creation. Keegan has extensive experience with three-dimensional computer modeling utilizing “Revit”, a state of the art 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) computer software, resulting in innovative designs which are extremely well documented and coordinated with the other consultants on the project. This special interest in three-dimensional computer modeling, coupled with expertise in architecture and construction, results in a rigorous, integrated approach to architectural design. Keegan’s interest in interpreting regional vernacular architecture into his projects creates dynamic designs infused with modern influences that are strongly rooted in the west.

Keegan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has worked with Berglund Architects since 2005. Keegan has been a licensed architect since 2015.

ADAM GILMER

AIA

Adam’s passion for sustainable building practices and emerging technologies is utilized in projects that range from private residences to multi-family developments to large mixed-use buildings. Adam has extensive experience in three-dimensional computer modeling which has been a critical design tool in several of the complex residences and mixed-use projects upon which he has worked. These 3D computer models have become a significant part of the design and planning approval processes as well as developers’ presentation materials for sales documents. The high quality 3D computer images and computer walk through animations which Adam creates are an extremely valuable tool to communicate the firm’s designs to clients. Adam’s value of shared ideas and passion for sustainable design contributes significantly to the firm’s progressive open minded design environment. His collaborative team approach has resulted in outstanding design innovation and client service on the wide range of projects on which he has worked.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has been with Berglund Architects since 2005. Adam has been a licensed architect since 2014.

ALIX BERGLUND

Alix was brought into the world of architecture by her husband Hans when he started Berglund Architects in 2004. Working as a financial analyst for firms such as Starwood Vacation Ownership, JMP Asset Management and Vail Resorts, Alix initially helped Hans with some business related tasks in her “free time” before joining the team full-time in 2007 as the Business Manager. Decidedly left-brain dominant, Alix enjoys nurturing her creative side and learning from all of the designers at the firm while helping to keep all of those artists in line.

Originally from New Jersey, Alix received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1996 before moving to Colorado that same year. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2001, the year she and Hans married, and her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition in 2012. Alix is on the Board of Directors of the Walking Mountains Science Center, serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of First Descents and is active with the Dartmouth Club of Vail.

AMELIA KRAFT

LEED AP (CAGBC)

Having studied and practiced Architecture in Australia, Canada and US, Amelia’s project experience includes a diverse range of typologies, scales, locations and climates. From large community facilities to private residences, Amelia has a passion for sustainable building practices, environmental sensitivity and regional vernacular design. This informs highly functional and contextual design solutions incorporating passive solar strategies, a contemporary aesthetic and local materials.

Amelia’s unique architectural perspective draws from a background in graphic design and is complemented by her extensive travels. Her proficiency with graphic and presentation software is a valuable tool in the design process and in communicating the firm’s designs to clients. As one of her greatest strengths lies in developing a rapport and open communication with clients, consultants and contractors, Amelia values a collaborative design process.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Berglund Architects team in 2013. Amelia has volunteered extensively with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle & Lake Counties gaining hands-on construction experience and providing housing for low-income families in our local community.

CHRIS MAY

AIA

Chris’s approach to design is inspired by a post graduate background in classical architecture and reflects the timeless principles of proportion, repose, and sustainability. His passion for architecture stems from the opportunities presented by nature and site context which drive his designs inside and out. Chris looks to utilize innovative design tools to improve efficiency and clarity of complex designs. In addition to a thorough knowledge of BIM and design software, Chris values a strong integration of analog drawing and modeling to compliment the digital functions of the design process.

Chris received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. Chris began his career with Berglund Architects in 2015 and became a licensed architect in 2017.

ALISON EVERETT

MIKE MILLON

HANNAH STEELE

Hannah joined the Berglund Architects team in 2017. Her passion for architecture began with helping her father renovate houses. She enjoys coming up with creative solutions that match the client’s needs, program and characteristics of the site. She invites and craves different opinions and perspectives to push and explore the best solution to a design.  Hannah came to the firm with valuable experience in 3D modeling and an eager interest in pursuing sustainable design. Her experience has varied from large healthcare projects to small residential architecture.   Hannah holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

KATHERINE CREW

BRIAN FITZPATRICK

Brian joined Berglund Architects in 2017. Brian holds a passion for artistic design and his drive toward architecture started as he began to value the molding of the landscape to create a built aesthetic. With the belief that there is no line between art and architecture he involves the client’s wants with the needs of the project. This outlook pushes the project to create designs that are thoughtful as well as a representation of its surroundings and the people who inhabit them. Prior to working with Berglund Architects, Brian had been working in commercial architecture. Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Landscape Architecture.

HANS BERGLUND

AIA, LEED AP

Hans deeply values and encourages open minded collaboration with his clients, staff and construction partners and strives to make buildings which are timeless, artful and enjoyable. His projects are characterized by innovative, high quality architecture blending local architectural vernacular designs and natural materials with contemporary influences. Hans has designed award-winning sustainable single-family residential, multi-family residential and mixed-use commercial projects throughout the west for over twenty years. Hans’s diverse experience from this wide range of project scales, types and locations provides a holistic approach to architectural design. Prior to founding Berglund Architects in 2004, Hans was an Associate Principal with Cottle Graybeal Yaw Architects (CGY) and served as the director of its Vail office for 7 years. During his 10 years at CGY, Hans designed award winning multi-million dollar custom residential mountain retreats and large mixed-use projects for such prestigious commercial clients as the Aspen Skiing Company, East West Partners, Hines Interests, and Intrawest Development Corporation. Hans led the design, managed the complex approval process and supervised construction of landmark multi owner/user projects in Keystone, Breckenridge, Aspen and the Vail Valley. As president of Berglund Architects, Hans’s work integrates design excellence with sustainable green building practices, precise project management and comprehensive construction documents.

Hans’ intuitive design insight draws in part from his extensive travel experiences and architectural history background. While in college, Hans spent two semesters studying architecture, architectural history and art history in Italy and Spain. His broad art and architectural background is complemented by extensive experience working in the construction industry in both high school and college. Hans has remained extensively involved with the construction industry throughout his professional career by designing and general contracting three residences, several residential remodels and a commercial office space for himself and his family.

Hans received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, College of Architecture in 1991. A licensed architect since 1995 and a member of the American Association of Architects (AIA), Hans is also a LEED Home Accredited Professional and has designed eight LEED projects at various levels of completion and certification levels. Hans was a former board member of C.O.R.E (Community Office of Resource Efficiency) in Aspen, a past Chair of Aspen Energy 2000, is currently a member of Rotary International, and is on the board of Walking Mountain Science Center (formerly Gore Range Mountain School).

STEPHANIE LORD-JOHNSON

AIA, LEED AP

Stephanie has been a practicing architect in the Vail Valley since 1995. While her projects have been diverse, they are all consistently characterized by having a strong connection to the site, embodying the character of the place, and employing environmental sustainability practices. Stephanie’s broad range of project types and scales in the mountain resort setting include private custom residences, affordable housing, mixed-use commercial facilities, resort clubhouses and amenity buildings, and public emergency response facilities. She has successfully brought projects through the community approval process throughout the Vail Valley and administrated the Cordillera Valley Club and the Brightwater Golf Community Design Review Boards. Additionally, Stephanie has worked on projects for the Town of Vail and the Town of Avon as their architectural consultant.

Stephanie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University in 1990 and a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in Architecture in 1991. She has been a member of the Berglund Architects team since 2011.

KEEGAN WINKELLER

AIA

Architect Keegan’s passion for design draws from a diverse background in both art and construction resulting in high-quality, well documented and cost-effective design solutions. His extensive travels complement his skills in architectural character envisioning and project identity creation. Keegan has extensive experience with three-dimensional computer modeling utilizing “Revit”, a state of the art 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) computer software, resulting in innovative designs which are extremely well documented and coordinated with the other consultants on the project. This special interest in three-dimensional computer modeling, coupled with expertise in architecture and construction, results in a rigorous, integrated approach to architectural design. Keegan’s interest in interpreting regional vernacular architecture into his projects creates dynamic designs infused with modern influences that are strongly rooted in the west.

Keegan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has worked with Berglund Architects since 2005. Keegan has been a licensed architect since 2015.

ADAM GILMER

AIA

Adam’s passion for sustainable building practices and emerging technologies is utilized in projects that range from private residences to multi-family developments to large mixed-use buildings. Adam has extensive experience in three-dimensional computer modeling which has been a critical design tool in several of the complex residences and mixed-use projects upon which he has worked. These 3D computer models have become a significant part of the design and planning approval processes as well as developers’ presentation materials for sales documents. The high quality 3D computer images and computer walk through animations which Adam creates are an extremely valuable tool to communicate the firm’s designs to clients. Adam’s value of shared ideas and passion for sustainable design contributes significantly to the firm’s progressive open minded design environment. His collaborative team approach has resulted in outstanding design innovation and client service on the wide range of projects on which he has worked.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has been with Berglund Architects since 2005. Adam has been a licensed architect since 2014.

ALIX BERGLUND

Alix was brought into the world of architecture by her husband Hans when he started Berglund Architects in 2004. Working as a financial analyst for firms such as Starwood Vacation Ownership, JMP Asset Management and Vail Resorts, Alix initially helped Hans with some business related tasks in her “free time” before joining the team full-time in 2007 as the Business Manager. Decidedly left-brain dominant, Alix enjoys nurturing her creative side and learning from all of the designers at the firm while helping to keep all of those artists in line.

Originally from New Jersey, Alix received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1996 before moving to Colorado that same year. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2001, the year she and Hans married, and her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition in 2012. Alix is on the Board of Directors of the Walking Mountains Science Center, serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of First Descents and is active with the Dartmouth Club of Vail.

AMELIA KRAFT

LEED AP (CAGBC)

Having studied and practiced Architecture in Australia, Canada and US, Amelia’s project experience includes a diverse range of typologies, scales, locations and climates. From large community facilities to private residences, Amelia has a passion for sustainable building practices, environmental sensitivity and regional vernacular design. This informs highly functional and contextual design solutions incorporating passive solar strategies, a contemporary aesthetic and local materials.

Amelia’s unique architectural perspective draws from a background in graphic design and is complemented by her extensive travels. Her proficiency with graphic and presentation software is a valuable tool in the design process and in communicating the firm’s designs to clients. As one of her greatest strengths lies in developing a rapport and open communication with clients, consultants and contractors, Amelia values a collaborative design process.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Berglund Architects team in 2013. Amelia has volunteered extensively with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle & Lake Counties gaining hands-on construction experience and providing housing for low-income families in our local community.

CHRIS MAY

AIA

Chris’s approach to design is inspired by a post graduate background in classical architecture and reflects the timeless principles of proportion, repose, and sustainability. His passion for architecture stems from the opportunities presented by nature and site context which drive his designs inside and out. Chris looks to utilize innovative design tools to improve efficiency and clarity of complex designs. In addition to a thorough knowledge of BIM and design software, Chris values a strong integration of analog drawing and modeling to compliment the digital functions of the design process.

Chris received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. Chris began his career with Berglund Architects in 2015 and became a licensed architect in 2017.

ALISON EVERETT

MIKE MILLON

HANNAH STEELE

Hannah joined the Berglund Architects team in 2017. Her passion for architecture began with helping her father renovate houses. She enjoys coming up with creative solutions that match the client’s needs, program and characteristics of the site. She invites and craves different opinions and perspectives to push and explore the best solution to a design.  Hannah came to the firm with valuable experience in 3D modeling and an eager interest in pursuing sustainable design. Her experience has varied from large healthcare projects to small residential architecture.   Hannah holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

KATHERINE CREW

BRIAN FITZPATRICK

Brian joined Berglund Architects in 2017. Brian holds a passion for artistic design and his drive toward architecture started as he began to value the molding of the landscape to create a built aesthetic. With the belief that there is no line between art and architecture he involves the client’s wants with the needs of the project. This outlook pushes the project to create designs that are thoughtful as well as a representation of its surroundings and the people who inhabit them. Prior to working with Berglund Architects, Brian had been working in commercial architecture. Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Landscape Architecture.

HANS BERGLUND

AIA, LEED AP

Hans deeply values and encourages open minded collaboration with his clients, staff and construction partners and strives to make buildings which are timeless, artful and enjoyable. His projects are characterized by innovative, high quality architecture blending local architectural vernacular designs and natural materials with contemporary influences. Hans has designed award-winning sustainable single-family residential, multi-family residential and mixed-use commercial projects throughout the west for over twenty years. Hans’s diverse experience from this wide range of project scales, types and locations provides a holistic approach to architectural design. Prior to founding Berglund Architects in 2004, Hans was an Associate Principal with Cottle Graybeal Yaw Architects (CGY) and served as the director of its Vail office for 7 years. During his 10 years at CGY, Hans designed award winning multi-million dollar custom residential mountain retreats and large mixed-use projects for such prestigious commercial clients as the Aspen Skiing Company, East West Partners, Hines Interests, and Intrawest Development Corporation. Hans led the design, managed the complex approval process and supervised construction of landmark multi owner/user projects in Keystone, Breckenridge, Aspen and the Vail Valley. As president of Berglund Architects, Hans’s work integrates design excellence with sustainable green building practices, precise project management and comprehensive construction documents.

Hans’ intuitive design insight draws in part from his extensive travel experiences and architectural history background. While in college, Hans spent two semesters studying architecture, architectural history and art history in Italy and Spain. His broad art and architectural background is complemented by extensive experience working in the construction industry in both high school and college. Hans has remained extensively involved with the construction industry throughout his professional career by designing and general contracting three residences, several residential remodels and a commercial office space for himself and his family.

Hans received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, College of Architecture in 1991. A licensed architect since 1995 and a member of the American Association of Architects (AIA), Hans is also a LEED Home Accredited Professional and has designed eight LEED projects at various levels of completion and certification levels. Hans was a former board member of C.O.R.E (Community Office of Resource Efficiency) in Aspen, a past Chair of Aspen Energy 2000, is currently a member of Rotary International, and is on the board of Walking Mountain Science Center (formerly Gore Range Mountain School).

STEPHANIE LORD-JOHNSON

AIA, LEED AP

Stephanie has been a practicing architect in the Vail Valley since 1995. While her projects have been diverse, they are all consistently characterized by having a strong connection to the site, embodying the character of the place, and employing environmental sustainability practices. Stephanie’s broad range of project types and scales in the mountain resort setting include private custom residences, affordable housing, mixed-use commercial facilities, resort clubhouses and amenity buildings, and public emergency response facilities. She has successfully brought projects through the community approval process throughout the Vail Valley and administrated the Cordillera Valley Club and the Brightwater Golf Community Design Review Boards. Additionally, Stephanie has worked on projects for the Town of Vail and the Town of Avon as their architectural consultant.

Stephanie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University in 1990 and a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in Architecture in 1991. She has been a member of the Berglund Architects team since 2011.

KEEGAN WINKELLER

AIA

Architect Keegan’s passion for design draws from a diverse background in both art and construction resulting in high-quality, well documented and cost-effective design solutions. His extensive travels complement his skills in architectural character envisioning and project identity creation. Keegan has extensive experience with three-dimensional computer modeling utilizing “Revit”, a state of the art 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) computer software, resulting in innovative designs which are extremely well documented and coordinated with the other consultants on the project. This special interest in three-dimensional computer modeling, coupled with expertise in architecture and construction, results in a rigorous, integrated approach to architectural design. Keegan’s interest in interpreting regional vernacular architecture into his projects creates dynamic designs infused with modern influences that are strongly rooted in the west.

Keegan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has worked with Berglund Architects since 2005. Keegan has been a licensed architect since 2015.

ADAM GILMER

AIA

Adam’s passion for sustainable building practices and emerging technologies is utilized in projects that range from private residences to multi-family developments to large mixed-use buildings. Adam has extensive experience in three-dimensional computer modeling which has been a critical design tool in several of the complex residences and mixed-use projects upon which he has worked. These 3D computer models have become a significant part of the design and planning approval processes as well as developers’ presentation materials for sales documents. The high quality 3D computer images and computer walk through animations which Adam creates are an extremely valuable tool to communicate the firm’s designs to clients. Adam’s value of shared ideas and passion for sustainable design contributes significantly to the firm’s progressive open minded design environment. His collaborative team approach has resulted in outstanding design innovation and client service on the wide range of projects on which he has worked.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has been with Berglund Architects since 2005. Adam has been a licensed architect since 2014.

ALIX BERGLUND

Alix was brought into the world of architecture by her husband Hans when he started Berglund Architects in 2004. Working as a financial analyst for firms such as Starwood Vacation Ownership, JMP Asset Management and Vail Resorts, Alix initially helped Hans with some business related tasks in her “free time” before joining the team full-time in 2007 as the Business Manager. Decidedly left-brain dominant, Alix enjoys nurturing her creative side and learning from all of the designers at the firm while helping to keep all of those artists in line.

Originally from New Jersey, Alix received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1996 before moving to Colorado that same year. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2001, the year she and Hans married, and her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition in 2012. Alix is on the Board of Directors of the Walking Mountains Science Center, serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of First Descents and is active with the Dartmouth Club of Vail.

AMELIA KRAFT

LEED AP (CAGBC)

Having studied and practiced Architecture in Australia, Canada and US, Amelia’s project experience includes a diverse range of typologies, scales, locations and climates. From large community facilities to private residences, Amelia has a passion for sustainable building practices, environmental sensitivity and regional vernacular design. This informs highly functional and contextual design solutions incorporating passive solar strategies, a contemporary aesthetic and local materials.

Amelia’s unique architectural perspective draws from a background in graphic design and is complemented by her extensive travels. Her proficiency with graphic and presentation software is a valuable tool in the design process and in communicating the firm’s designs to clients. As one of her greatest strengths lies in developing a rapport and open communication with clients, consultants and contractors, Amelia values a collaborative design process.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Berglund Architects team in 2013. Amelia has volunteered extensively with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle & Lake Counties gaining hands-on construction experience and providing housing for low-income families in our local community.

CHRIS MAY

AIA

Chris’s approach to design is inspired by a post graduate background in classical architecture and reflects the timeless principles of proportion, repose, and sustainability. His passion for architecture stems from the opportunities presented by nature and site context which drive his designs inside and out. Chris looks to utilize innovative design tools to improve efficiency and clarity of complex designs. In addition to a thorough knowledge of BIM and design software, Chris values a strong integration of analog drawing and modeling to compliment the digital functions of the design process.

Chris received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. Chris began his career with Berglund Architects in 2015 and became a licensed architect in 2017.

ALISON EVERETT

MIKE MILLON

HANNAH STEELE

Hannah joined the Berglund Architects team in 2017. Her passion for architecture began with helping her father renovate houses. She enjoys coming up with creative solutions that match the client’s needs, program and characteristics of the site. She invites and craves different opinions and perspectives to push and explore the best solution to a design.  Hannah came to the firm with valuable experience in 3D modeling and an eager interest in pursuing sustainable design. Her experience has varied from large healthcare projects to small residential architecture.   Hannah holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

KATHERINE CREW

BRIAN FITZPATRICK

Brian joined Berglund Architects in 2017. Brian holds a passion for artistic design and his drive toward architecture started as he began to value the molding of the landscape to create a built aesthetic. With the belief that there is no line between art and architecture he involves the client’s wants with the needs of the project. This outlook pushes the project to create designs that are thoughtful as well as a representation of its surroundings and the people who inhabit them. Prior to working with Berglund Architects, Brian had been working in commercial architecture. Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Landscape Architecture.

HANS BERGLUND

AIA, LEED AP

Hans deeply values and encourages open minded collaboration with his clients, staff and construction partners and strives to make buildings which are timeless, artful and enjoyable. His projects are characterized by innovative, high quality architecture blending local architectural vernacular designs and natural materials with contemporary influences. Hans has designed award-winning sustainable single-family residential, multi-family residential and mixed-use commercial projects throughout the west for over twenty years. Hans’s diverse experience from this wide range of project scales, types and locations provides a holistic approach to architectural design. Prior to founding Berglund Architects in 2004, Hans was an Associate Principal with Cottle Graybeal Yaw Architects (CGY) and served as the director of its Vail office for 7 years. During his 10 years at CGY, Hans designed award winning multi-million dollar custom residential mountain retreats and large mixed-use projects for such prestigious commercial clients as the Aspen Skiing Company, East West Partners, Hines Interests, and Intrawest Development Corporation. Hans led the design, managed the complex approval process and supervised construction of landmark multi owner/user projects in Keystone, Breckenridge, Aspen and the Vail Valley. As president of Berglund Architects, Hans’s work integrates design excellence with sustainable green building practices, precise project management and comprehensive construction documents.

Hans’ intuitive design insight draws in part from his extensive travel experiences and architectural history background. While in college, Hans spent two semesters studying architecture, architectural history and art history in Italy and Spain. His broad art and architectural background is complemented by extensive experience working in the construction industry in both high school and college. Hans has remained extensively involved with the construction industry throughout his professional career by designing and general contracting three residences, several residential remodels and a commercial office space for himself and his family.

Hans received a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University, College of Architecture in 1991. A licensed architect since 1995 and a member of the American Association of Architects (AIA), Hans is also a LEED Home Accredited Professional and has designed eight LEED projects at various levels of completion and certification levels. Hans was a former board member of C.O.R.E (Community Office of Resource Efficiency) in Aspen, a past Chair of Aspen Energy 2000, is currently a member of Rotary International, and is on the board of Walking Mountain Science Center (formerly Gore Range Mountain School).

STEPHANIE LORD-JOHNSON

AIA, LEED AP

Stephanie has been a practicing architect in the Vail Valley since 1995. While her projects have been diverse, they are all consistently characterized by having a strong connection to the site, embodying the character of the place, and employing environmental sustainability practices. Stephanie’s broad range of project types and scales in the mountain resort setting include private custom residences, affordable housing, mixed-use commercial facilities, resort clubhouses and amenity buildings, and public emergency response facilities. She has successfully brought projects through the community approval process throughout the Vail Valley and administrated the Cordillera Valley Club and the Brightwater Golf Community Design Review Boards. Additionally, Stephanie has worked on projects for the Town of Vail and the Town of Avon as their architectural consultant.

Stephanie received a Bachelor of Architecture from Tulane University in 1990 and a Masters Degree in Architecture from Tulane University in Architecture in 1991. She has been a member of the Berglund Architects team since 2011.

KEEGAN WINKELLER

AIA

Architect Keegan’s passion for design draws from a diverse background in both art and construction resulting in high-quality, well documented and cost-effective design solutions. His extensive travels complement his skills in architectural character envisioning and project identity creation. Keegan has extensive experience with three-dimensional computer modeling utilizing “Revit”, a state of the art 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) computer software, resulting in innovative designs which are extremely well documented and coordinated with the other consultants on the project. This special interest in three-dimensional computer modeling, coupled with expertise in architecture and construction, results in a rigorous, integrated approach to architectural design. Keegan’s interest in interpreting regional vernacular architecture into his projects creates dynamic designs infused with modern influences that are strongly rooted in the west.

Keegan holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has worked with Berglund Architects since 2005. Keegan has been a licensed architect since 2015.

ADAM GILMER

AIA

Adam’s passion for sustainable building practices and emerging technologies is utilized in projects that range from private residences to multi-family developments to large mixed-use buildings. Adam has extensive experience in three-dimensional computer modeling which has been a critical design tool in several of the complex residences and mixed-use projects upon which he has worked. These 3D computer models have become a significant part of the design and planning approval processes as well as developers’ presentation materials for sales documents. The high quality 3D computer images and computer walk through animations which Adam creates are an extremely valuable tool to communicate the firm’s designs to clients. Adam’s value of shared ideas and passion for sustainable design contributes significantly to the firm’s progressive open minded design environment. His collaborative team approach has resulted in outstanding design innovation and client service on the wide range of projects on which he has worked.

Adam holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design, Emphasis in Architecture, from the University of Colorado and has been with Berglund Architects since 2005. Adam has been a licensed architect since 2014.

ALIX BERGLUND

Alix was brought into the world of architecture by her husband Hans when he started Berglund Architects in 2004. Working as a financial analyst for firms such as Starwood Vacation Ownership, JMP Asset Management and Vail Resorts, Alix initially helped Hans with some business related tasks in her “free time” before joining the team full-time in 2007 as the Business Manager. Decidedly left-brain dominant, Alix enjoys nurturing her creative side and learning from all of the designers at the firm while helping to keep all of those artists in line.

Originally from New Jersey, Alix received her B.A. from Dartmouth College in 1996 before moving to Colorado that same year. She received her M.B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2001, the year she and Hans married, and her M.S. in Holistic Nutrition in 2012. Alix is on the Board of Directors of the Walking Mountains Science Center, serves on the Alumni Advisory Board of First Descents and is active with the Dartmouth Club of Vail.

AMELIA KRAFT

LEED AP (CAGBC)

Having studied and practiced Architecture in Australia, Canada and US, Amelia’s project experience includes a diverse range of typologies, scales, locations and climates. From large community facilities to private residences, Amelia has a passion for sustainable building practices, environmental sensitivity and regional vernacular design. This informs highly functional and contextual design solutions incorporating passive solar strategies, a contemporary aesthetic and local materials.

Amelia’s unique architectural perspective draws from a background in graphic design and is complemented by her extensive travels. Her proficiency with graphic and presentation software is a valuable tool in the design process and in communicating the firm’s designs to clients. As one of her greatest strengths lies in developing a rapport and open communication with clients, consultants and contractors, Amelia values a collaborative design process.

Amelia holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication from the University of Technology, Sydney and a Master of Architecture from the University of British Columbia. She joined the Berglund Architects team in 2013. Amelia has volunteered extensively with Habitat for Humanity of Eagle & Lake Counties gaining hands-on construction experience and providing housing for low-income families in our local community.

CHRIS MAY

AIA

Chris’s approach to design is inspired by a post graduate background in classical architecture and reflects the timeless principles of proportion, repose, and sustainability. His passion for architecture stems from the opportunities presented by nature and site context which drive his designs inside and out. Chris looks to utilize innovative design tools to improve efficiency and clarity of complex designs. In addition to a thorough knowledge of BIM and design software, Chris values a strong integration of analog drawing and modeling to compliment the digital functions of the design process.

Chris received a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado Boulder in 2013 and a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado Denver in 2014. Chris began his career with Berglund Architects in 2015 and became a licensed architect in 2017.

ALISON EVERETT

MIKE MILLON

HANNAH STEELE

Hannah joined the Berglund Architects team in 2017. Her passion for architecture began with helping her father renovate houses. She enjoys coming up with creative solutions that match the client’s needs, program and characteristics of the site. She invites and craves different opinions and perspectives to push and explore the best solution to a design.  Hannah came to the firm with valuable experience in 3D modeling and an eager interest in pursuing sustainable design. Her experience has varied from large healthcare projects to small residential architecture.   Hannah holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.

KATHERINE CREW

BRIAN FITZPATRICK

Brian joined Berglund Architects in 2017. Brian holds a passion for artistic design and his drive toward architecture started as he began to value the molding of the landscape to create a built aesthetic. With the belief that there is no line between art and architecture he involves the client’s wants with the needs of the project. This outlook pushes the project to create designs that are thoughtful as well as a representation of its surroundings and the people who inhabit them. Prior to working with Berglund Architects, Brian had been working in commercial architecture. Brian holds a Bachelors of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Landscape Architecture.

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