Acclaimed architect Arley Rinehart has designed both nationally and internationally. His dozens of projects in Colorado include office buildings, bank branches, a mountain cabin, storefronts, affordable housing, post offices, and numerous private residences. He designed a ski lodge and condominium complexes in Aspen, Copper Mountain, Crested Butte, and Winter Park and the arts center at Beaver Creek.
Arley has won citations and awards from many professional organizations, among them the American Institute of Architects (including their 25-Year Award), the American Concrete Institute, and Progressive Architecture magazine, W.O.O.D. Inc, and Architecture & Design magazine. He has lectured to university architecture faculties, served as design critic for the University of Oklahoma and the University of Colorado, and taught at CU’s Masters program as a visiting professor. His works have appeared in books, magazines, and journals on four continents.
Always on the lookout for new challenges, Arley will bring his ingenuity and creativity to custom projects small and large, from a single room or passageway to a complex that spans city blocks. He's known for his creativity, economy, and efficiency, choosing the best builders and subcontractors, overseeing all phases of construction, and bringing in projects on time. Often his fee is largely offset by economies built into his designs.