R+B’s leadership throughout the public process helped the project team obtain Aspen’s first voluntary commercial post-war landmark building from the City of Aspen
The Crandall Building is a clear expression of the late Thomas Benton’s graphic design style in three dimensions
The remodel/addition brings this iconic 1970’s building up to 21st century standards
The project preserves the building’s original unique form and fenestration, and adds a rooftop penthouse apartment that complements the existing modern vocabulary while contrasting its material and color
The Crandall Building faced many obstacles as a design build restoration and redevelopment and Rowland+Broughton brought high energy, creativity, commitment and professionalism to every aspect of the project. They have contributed to great projects and achieved remarkable results with their development partners in the Aspen community and beyond and are recognized in all fields of their profession; and for good reason.
– Jane Hills, Owner