All design starts with a vision of how the site, the program, and the client’s dreams come together. By using a variety of methods to help our clients visualize the initial concept ma2 architects is able to move create projects that our clients will love.
This small home designed for Habitat for Humanity was designed to be economical to build and to fit into an old Victorian neighborhood
This photorealistic rendering was created to help the client understand the interior spaces of their new home.
This small home on a steeply sloped lot needed outdoor space. By designing a large deck off the Living Room we were able to create an exterior area that the site would not have allowed
Using simple shapes, Habitat for Humanity approved colors, and a childlike "icon" ma2 architects created an instantly recognizable destination for Habitat's new 50,000 s.f. ReStore
Using Photoshop and Sketchup Pro we were able to create this fully rendered image for marketing purposes
A photorealistic interior rendering helped show the clients how their space would look once finsihed and how the windows would capture the mountain views
Hand drawn rendering of a contemporary home overlooking Aspen. This home used a stone mass to anchor the uphill side of the massing.
The clients wanted a ranch home on a stunning site with a 24'-0" height limit. We responded to the site and the views by mimicking the slope of the site with the roof forms.
A Sketchup Model of this home shows how the roof forms work with the contours of the site, yet are contextural for its Colorado location
Responding to a requirement that all buildings in the City of Aspen have a one story mass, this project utilized a small "carriage house" as a garage. It was linked to the rest of the home through a small breezeway