Bobby Craig, AIA
Owner / Principal Architect
Leading the firm with more than twenty years of experience in architectural design and land planning, Bobby has built a strong client base from around the country and the globe. Clients who are seeking a thoughtful, creative and extremely knowledgeable architect will truly appreciate working with Bobby Craig. Following his graduation from the University of Virginia, he worked as an architect both in Falls Church and Alexandria, VA. After falling completely in love with Colorado, he made Breckenridge his permanent home in 1990. Bobby is licensed to practice in both Colorado and the District of Columbia. He likes to spend his free time skiing, camping and hiking with his wife and 2 children
Taylor moved to Summit county in the summer of 2015 after graduating from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln with a Masters of Architecture Degree. He spent most of his summers with his father working construction in Colorado Springs, which gave him a fond appreciation of the Rocky Mountains and its architecture. Taylor is interested in various styles of architecture as well as the regional aspects of the built environment. How buildings communicate, relate, and endure their local climates through materials, local building practices, program organization, and sustainable design. In his free time, Taylor enjoys architecture, reading, movies, soccer, mechanics, traveling, and strategy games.
After graduating from North Dakota State University, Lisa worked with a firm in ND on many institutional projects before moving to the mountains of Colorado. Upon arriving in Vail, CO, Lisa dove into designing luxury single-family and multi-family projects while exploring the local ski runs and camping spots. One fateful trip to Moab resulted in meeting her adventure-seeking husband. Several years, national parks, and two children later, and they are still seeking new adventures. Lisa and her family also share a deep passion for football and can often be found cheering on their favorite teams on Saturdays and Sundays. Lisa also has LEED AP and CMCA credentials.
After graduating from Lawrence Technological University, with Bachelor degrees in Architecture and Civil Engineering, Alida left the Great Lake State for Colorado. While in college she worked year round internships in both architecture and engineering. These experiences have given her knowledge of both the creative design aspects of projects, as well as practical engineering side. Her passions include traveling, running, hiking, snowboarding, paddle boarding and kayaking, basically anything outdoors. Along for any adventure, is her rescue mutt Ember.