Who We Are

Since 1983 T.W. Beck Architects has explored the contemporary interpretation of western vernacular architecture. T.W. Beck Architects is dedicated to providing innovative yet sensible architectural design solutions. Our designs reflect the unique sites upon which they are placed and the people who use them. With a diverse staff of professionally trained individuals, T. W. Beck Architects has experience in a broad spectrum of project types and scales. We look at each project as a distinct opportunity to create something special, regardless of scale. As a member of the United States Green Building Council (USGBC), our architectural firm is committed to creating energy efficient designs, implementing green building technologies whenever feasible. T. W. Beck is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA); Colorado Renewable Energy Society (CRES); the National Trust for Historical Preservation; and the International Code Council (ICC).

How We Work

Our multidisciplinary approach allows us to build the right team for each client. From there, the “concierge,” service side of our business sets us apart. Your creative team takes full responsibility as your personal advocate, solving all problems from start to completion. The balance of team and technology allows us to care for clients starting early in the process, getting it right the first time, every time.

Our Design Process

The foundation of our design and development process is dream visioning, one of the most important components of schematic design and planning. Through dream visioning we carefully explore the major concepts and ideas of the project – owner goals, a site’s history, surrounding environment, local design guidelines and materiality, thus developing the overall “story” of the client’s needs, site and community. With this we craft the design concept and the technical strategy that is the foundation for the project. The result is an invaluable tool for the design team and critical stakeholders. And most importantly, “the client.”