Practicing architecture in Denver since 1999, Brigitte has gained extensive experience on public projects, contributing a ranged expertise from programming through construction administration, incorporating high performance building design concepts.
Brigitte also incorporates her passion for all things green into all of our projects. She has completed the Building Urban Farmers Business Planning Course at CSU, and the Heirloom Gardens Apprenticeship Program. Thought these programs and many other volunteer opportunities, she continues to gain hand-on experience supporting Locavore concepts, including: locating and contracting new urban garden spaces, bio intensive garden design and crop rotation planning, garden creation, volunteer training and supervision, seed starting, re potting, and transplanting, organic soil amendment methods, harvesting, CSA distribution, Farmers' Market setup and operation, wintering over garden spaces, low-infrastructure season-extension methods, and recipe writing, testing and food preservation. For our clients, this experience translates into architecture that not only responds to nature but is an active participant.
Brigitte has a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies, a Certificate of Urban Planning, and a Masters of Architecture from the University of Wisconsin. She also studied at L'Ecole Special d' Architecture in Paris.