I am licensed as an architect in Colorado and California, and have designed new buildings in both states, as well as consulting on projects in Washington State and Nevada.
Our practice has produced designs for new houses and commercial buildings as well as renovations of, and additions to, existing structures. We did pioneering work in the areas of passive solar design, and adaptive re-use of industrial builidings into space for living and working, long before those ideas were widely accepted.
I have done volunteer work for the Humane Society of Boulder Valley and pro bono work in the area of low-cost housing. In line with the Humane Society work, we’ve always welcomed dogs into the workplace. Our official greeter is a happy hound named Watson.
Best Low Budget Project Award for City Spirit Café, from Restaurant and Hotel Design Magazine, October 1986.
Award from the Denver Chapter of the American Institute of Architects for Adaptive Re-Use, for Silver Square, Denver, shared with Mark Hoskin of Emerson Architects,
Interior Design (magazine), May 1985. Project Architect for Emerson Architects, 1700 Humboldt Building, Café Ronchetti in Denver, pages 316-19.
Restaurant and Hotel Design (magazine), October 1986. Project Architect in solo practice for City Spirit Café in Denver, pages 70-74 & 79.
Restaurant Design (book) by Susan Colgan, published 1987 by Whitney Library of Design, New York. A review of the City Spirit project appears on pages 68 & 69.
Fine Homebuilding Annual Issue (magazine), Summer 2006. Project Architect in private practice for Japanese tea house in Los Altos, CA, featured on p. 121.
Homestyle by the Sea (magazine), Autumn 2008. Project Architect in private practice for the vacation house in Big Sur, CA. The house is featured in “On the Edge of Infinity”, pages 42 through 49.
Robert Poeschl is licensed as an Architect in the States of California and Colorado.