Don seeks to create an architecture that contributes to the community. He believes that architecture for the twenty first century demands leadership in issues of sustainable design while creating beauty by using the materials of construction inventively to respond to the program, site and climate. He is passionate about the continuation of our agricultural heritage, the expansion of transportation options and linking sustainable local economic development to architecture.
Don enjoys spending time with his family on the mountains and rivers of Montana. Don is a Vermont native.
Master of Architecture, 1991
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington
Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics, 1985
Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts
Rome Study Program