Monday, June 23, 2014

Questions to ask your architect!

Thinking of hiring an architect?  Make sure to look for an architect who is registered with the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and make sure to ask him or her these questions! (CLICK HERE)

Monday, April 14, 2014

Tree Houzz, by Green Line Architects and David Rasmussen Design!

Houzz.com is a great site for finding design professionals, and for communicating design ideas for new homes, additions and remodels.  We have been using it with our clients;  reviewing their idea books, and taking cues from their aesthetic preferences to help direct our designs.
The Houzz staff wrote a very nice article about our tree house.  Take a look here:  GLA TreeHouzz.
...and make sure to check out David Rasmussen Designs.

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Powder Mountain West Home

We just finished the design of this home for Powder Mountain - WEST!  (the older, funkier part of the mountain...)

Here is a very interesting article about the Summit Series Group buying Powder Mountain:  Why Buy a House When You Can Buy a Mountain?

Monday, June 17, 2013

The State of Colorado Establishes a Forward-Thinking Net-Zero Home Mortgage Program!


Thanks to the Colorado Energy Saving Mortgage Program, signed into law by Governor Hickenlooper on May 28, a homebuyer purchasing a new or renovated ZNE (HERS 0 rating) home is eligible for an $8,000 reduction on financing the total cost of his or her home mortgage. A new or renovated home that has a HERS rating greater than HERS 0, but less than HERS 50 (50 percent energy reduction), will also receive a mortgage reduction incentive.

Thursday, February 28, 2013

Treehouse on HGTV Gardens web site

Our treehouse is being featured in an article on HGTV Gardens...
Check it out!


Thursday, January 31, 2013

Welcome to the team, Matt Armentrout!


Matt Armentrout has become the newest member of Green Line Architects in Carbondale, CO.  He holds a Masters of Architecture degree from the University of Nebraska. (2011)
Matt has a passion for modern and sustainable design that is not only attractive to the eye but is sensitive to its environment.  These traits make him a great fit with Green Line's design philosophy.  Matt's interest in the built environment started early for him as he drew crude floor plans and elevations as a child.  By middle school he declared he would become an architect without really knowing what architecture was.  As time and his education progressed, Matt became increasingly aware of what it means to be an architect, which has only fueled his desire in the pursuit.  

Studying for his degree, Matt looked for opportunities to be inventive, while meeting the challenges of design projects.  It is here that he developed a critical eye for beauty; and curiosity toward what is possible.  Matt worked for a brief while as a wood craftsman, building fine cabinetry and drafting of custom furniture designs.  This experience impacted the way he thinks about detail and quality in his work.  It also gave him an appreciation for natural and authentic materials, which is something school could not provide.

Matt originates from Omaha, Nebraska and only recently moved to Colorado in pursuit of his career.  He is embracing the mountain lifestyle.  Outside of architecture Matt also enjoys mountain bike rides, falling down on his snowboard, making things with his hands, spending time with his dog Barley and painting.     

Monday, November 12, 2012

A Family Affair - A Modern Interior Renovation of a Snowmass Townhome

Nice article about Green Line's modern interior renovation of a Snowmass townhome, by Denver Life Magazine..!