Land+Shelter has offices in Aspen and Carbondale, Colorado.
Mailing address: PO Box 550, Carbondale, CO 81623
Aspen office: 301 Hopkins Avenue, Suite 211, Aspen, CO 81611 - map
Carbondale office: 215 N 12th Street, Unit C, Carbondale, CO 81623 - map
Land: the mountain west landscape
Shelter: the structures that shelter us within it.
Land+Shelter brings these concepts together into a practice with expertise in planning, real estate development, and building design. We create long-lasting relationships with both our clients and our consultants through a collaborative design process, long-term community involvement and an honest commitment to sustainable design.
Current job opportunites:
We always want to hear about fantastic prospective employees. Please email a resume and references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gavin (Associate AIA, LEED AP) is the founder and the principal development partner of Land+Shelter. Gavin's an innovator and big-picture thinker whose integrated approach to sustainable design and development adds value to every step of a project.
Gavin studied architecture at University of Colorado at Boulder and Gavin currently exemplifies community service through his many volunteer commitments. Gavin serves on the Carbondale Planning and Zoning Commission and is a board member for the Carbondale Third Street Center. He previously served as the co-director of the Sustainability Center of the Rockies and chair of the Carbondale Recreation Board.
Jeff (AIA) is a registered architect, principal, and partner at Land+Shelter. Jeff’s consummate attention to the craft of architecture shows from the first sketch drawings to the finished built form.
Jeff’s architectural experience includes design work for a variety of mountain-based firms, including specialty metal work, custom homes, and multi-family residential projects. Jeff earned his Bachelors and Masters of Architecture at Montana State University. He currently resides in New Castle, Colorado where he and his wife have renovated an historic 1890 Main Street building to fulfill a restaurant dream - Maud’s on Main. Jeff currently serves on the Downtown Development Group for the town of New Castle.
Fun Fact: Jeff is a modest man who has a fine appreciation for bacon. He’s had the opportunity to take an eight day backpacking trip to Patagonia Chile where he trekked through moss covered forests, massive mountains, countless waterfalls, and glaciers.
Andrea (Andi) Korber (AIA, LEED AP) is a registered architect, principal, and partner at Land+Shelter. Andi is dedicated to great design and a champion of the creative process wherever she goes.
Andi approaches architecture with a religious belief in the power of concept. Her experience includes a range of residential and commercial work, including land-use approvals, custom homes, light commercial, and equestrian work.
Andi studied engineering and visual arts at Dartmouth College where she was a member of the women’s alpine racing team, and went on to earn a Master of Architecture from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. In the community, Andi volunteers for numerous local non-profits including the Carbondale Council for Arts and Humanities, Carbondale Public Arts Commission, and Carbondale Soccer Club. Before joining Land+Shelter, Andi worked in the non-profit sector advocating for affordable housing. She also taught drawing and design at Georgia Tech, Atlanta College of Art, and the Harvard Career Discovery Program. Andi loves to talk and teach design, and she founded the Hothouse Design Project in 2011 to share her passion for design with her community. Hothouse events have included lectures, design competitions, and design panel discussions.
Fun Fact: Andi enjoys painting, printmaking, sleeping in, and reading pop-science.
Katie Bauer (Associate AIA) joined the L+S team after graduating from Kansas State University with her Master of Architecture degree. Katie's group masters thesis, Design+Make Studio (a graduate architecture studio at Kansas State University and collaborative project between El Dorado Inc.) was recently recognized with three design excellence awards from the American Institute of Architects. Her role was the design of a mobile office for the Asian Americans for Equality.
She is inspired by the aesthetic that Colorado has to offer and is excited to gain experience in all phases of design. Her other professional experiences involved a feasibility study with the public school district of Portland, Maine. In her free time she enjoys hiking, baking, sewing, dancing, cheering on the K-State Wildcats, and volunteering her time assisting Aspen Community Theatre.
Fun Fact: She has impeccable balance, tap dances, and likes a great design challenge.
Kelleigh Condon has lived in Colorado for nearly thirty years and the past fourteen years she has worked as a Project Manager in Aspen, bringing Aspen’s custom homes to life. She received her Master of Architecture degree from the University of Colorado, Denver. Kelleigh is an avid mountain and road biker and races with the Aspen Cycling Club. In the winter she skate skis and telemark skis. She also enjoys viewing art and creating her own ceramic sculptures.
Kelleigh is currently on the Annual Fund Board for the Ross Montessori School. In the past she co-coached the “Girls On The Run” program at Ross Montessori. She has volunteered for various local trail workdays throughout the Roaring Fork Valley and plans to continue to do that. Her biggest passion, however, is spending time with her daughter, Sage.
Fun Fact: She hiked the Four Pass Loop in a day (12 hours, 25 miles, and 10,000 feet of vertical elevation)!
Kurt Peterson (Associate AIA) grew up in Glenwood Springs, CO and has a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado, Boulder. A native of Colorado, Kurt brings with him vast knowledge of construction from his years as a carpenter, building houses in the Roaring Fork Valley. He applies his construction knowledge in and his experience on architecture projects in China to his current work at Land+Shelter.
He is a current board member of the Carbondale Clay Center and volunteers his time and skills helping numerous non-profits in and around the Roaring Fork Valley including Habitat for Humanity, (co)studio, Glenwood Springs River Clean Up, Carbondale Mountain Fair, and Rock Bottom Ranch (ACES).
He can usually be found chasing fish with his fly rod, skiing with his friends, or hiking with his dog. Kurt is also an avid traveler. Throughout his travels in Asia and Europe, he has gained an appreciation for different ideals, religions, and life styles, which have heavily influenced his design sense. Kurt believes that harmony is key, and that life is a journey and not a destination, so you might as well enjoy the ride.
Fun Fact: Kurt managed to display hundreds of cup auction cups on the wall without putting a single screw into drywall. (We call that a design challenge!) He also maintains a deep-rooted passion for gummy Bears.
Molly Wheelock (Associate AIA) is a native to Colorado who returned home from stints in Utah, Oregon, and Rhode Island. She is experienced in conservation subdivision planning, interior design, and construction administration. Molly received a dual degree in architecture and in fine arts from the Rhode Island School of Design. She brings an eye for formal composition, structural integrity, and construction detailing.
Molly is active in the community through sustainability initiatives and has worked with Habitat for Humanity, the Kaibab Paiute Tribe, and multiple municipalities to implement renewable energy and energy efficient design. Additional volunteer efforts include Portland Parks & Rec Community Garden Leader, Scraps to Soil Community Garden (High Altitude Demonstration Garden), and Form Tomorrow – Alternative Building Workshops (adobe, straw, earthbag).
Fun Fact: Molly enjoys exploring the backcountry and waterways throughout Colorado and the Southwest and often takes to the road with her 4-legged co-pilot, Trinity.
Jeremy Wussow (Associate AIA) was born and raised in Minnesota. His summer breaks were spent in the woods with friends competing to see who could build the coolest tree house. He says that’s where his love of design was sparked. At age 14, his family moved to Glenwood Springs and he instantly fell in love with the mountain lifestyle. After graduating from high school, Jeremy worked construction for more than a decade in the Roaring Fork Valley. He returned to school and earned his Bachelor of Environmental Design and Master of Architecture degrees from Montana State University. Jeremy designed a chair that was a runner-up for admission to the national 2012 Dwell on Design Los Angeles event. In addition to furniture design, Jeremy loves spending time on the river with his family, all-things-bicycle and street-style tacos. He brings a working-knowledge of construction and laid back spirit to every project.
Fun Fact: Jeremy and his wife are currently designing their own home and are excited to begin building in Summer 2015.
Reign Magazine: Domestic Bliss
2015 JULY 2
Sopris Sun: (co)studio Thanks
Aspen Magazine: Design Duo
Reign Magazine: Tastemaker
2012 JANUARY 19
Sopris Sun: Gordon Cooper Library design beginning to take shape
2011 NOVEMBER 17
Sopris Sun: Build it and they will come” phenomena expected
2011 NOVEMBER 3
Sopris Sun: Board seeks input on new Carbondale library
2010 DECEMBER 16
Sopris Sun: Tis the season to shop C’dale
2010 DECEMBER 9
Sopris Sun: It takes an Airstream Village
2010 JUNE 17
Sopris Sun (Cover Photo of Third Street Center)
2010 JUNE 1
Crystal Valley Echo: The Third Street Center: A hope and a wish and a prayer
2010 APRIL 22
Sopris Sun: After years of work, Third Street Center dream becomes reality
2009 AUGUST 11
Aspen Sojourner: Built to Last: A Carbondale nonprofit works with a broad range of businesses to create sustainable structures
2009 JULY 23
Post Independent: Loan will pay for nonprofit center remodel
2009 JUNE 6
Aspen Daily News: Carbondale ‘green’ center welcomes local nonprofits
2009 JUNE 4
Sopris Sun: Lights on at Third Street Center
2009 FEBRUARY 12
Sopris Sun: Third Street Center nonprofit collective comes to life
2008 DECEMBER 18
Post Independent: Third Street Center plans for a positive new year
2008 NOVEMBER 7
Valley Journal: Carbondale, school district complete land swap, Nonprofit center moves closer to reality
2008 OCTOBER 16
Valley Journal: CES building swap finalized
2007 JULY 12
Valley Journal: Nonprofits center plans moving aheadv
2007 MAY 24
Valley Journal: Town looks to partner for nonprofit center management
2006 DECEMBER 14
Valley Journal: Prices for CES Space a Blast from the Past