Berlin Architects was created in 1984 by Larry K. Berlin. His practice has always been strongly devoted to working closely with clients to create pieces of architecture tailored in a very personal way to their specific needs and tastes. The office handles a range of residential and commercial projects, designed through the powerful sense of place inspired by the mountain culture of the Tetons. We find endless inspiration in the stunning beauty of the natural landscape which surrounds our home in Jackson Hole, and seek to bring our love of the mountains into the designs of our buildings.

Whether designing with a more rustic or a more modern sensibility, every structure which we design is meant to fit into its own niche, shaped by the unique environmental and social atmospheres which they inhabit, and by which they are inhabited. The custom spaces which we create are meant to speak in a profound way to the mountain lifestyle, and to the unique character of the individuals who live it.


People:

Principal: Larry K. Berlin, AIA, NCARB

Practicing architecture for the past 40 years, Berlin Architects founder, Mr. Berlin has compiled an impressive portfolio including everything from award winning residential design to commercial and institutional projects. After receiving his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Kansas State University in 1970, Larry worked in Kansas City on a variety of projects including industrial, commercial, and education facilities, as well as professional sports stadiums. As a registered architect, he currently holds professional licenses in Wyoming, Idaho, and New Mexico. He is actively involved in the Jackson Hole community, currently serving as a member of the Jackson Design Review Committee and the Granite Ridge and Shooting Star Architectural Committees. Larry has also served as the President of the Wyoming Chapter of AIA, President of the Jackson Hole Art Association, member of the Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, and the Grand Teton Music Festival Board of Directors, among others.


Gabriel Vasquez, BArch

Mr. Vasquez received his professional education and a Bachelor of Architecture from the Universidad Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM). Upon receiving his degree, Gabriel became a licensed architect and member of the Colegio de Arquitectos. While working in Mexico, he participated in low-income housing development with alternative construction methods and green building materials. With more than a decade of experience in Teton County, his design and management of local residential and commercial projects has demonstrated his strong sense of Jackson’s unique character and construction techniques. In his design of his own house, Gabriel explored energy efficiency design and cost-effective construction techniques.


Scott Zabriskie, AIA, LEED AP

As a registered architect and lead designer, Scott has established a proven record with more than 20 years of experience on numerous project types, including custom residential, multi-family, commercial, and resort hospitality for respected clientele ranging from the Jackson Hole Community Housing Trust to private CEOs and developers such as Disney and Vail associates. While living and working in Jackson Hole for more than 14 years, Mr. Zabriskie has a clear reputation for satisfying clients with compelling design solutions and attention to detail.


Hans Schuldt, AIA

Mr. Schuldt has worked in Jackson since 2005. He believes in creating architecture that is responsive to both the natural environment and the end user. He desires to create beautiful environmentally sensitive buildings that meet the owner's objectives in regards to aesthetics, function, cost and schedule. In addition, he enjoys the creative use of traditional materials, form and space. Mr. Schuldt places an emphasis on sustainable design and has experience with the LEED green building program. He enjoys working in a collaborative environment where the owner becomes a key member of the design team in order to create architecture that is both site and client specific.

During his career, Mr. Schuldt has been involved in a number of successful projects including custom residences (both new construction, and renovations), multi-family housing, and various commercial buildings. Mr. Schuldt's construction knowledge and experience allow him to consider constructability issues early in the design process, and follow designs from concept through construction. His ability to integrate 3D modeling throughout the design process provides a greater understanding of the project and allows the design team to quickly review different design alternatives.


Alison Price, LEED AP

Ms. Price joined Berlin Architects in 2012. Hailing from the East Coast, she holds a Bachelors of Arts in Architecture degree from University of North Carolina, Charlotte. Upon graduation she worked with HKS Inc. where she concentrated her time within the healthcare architecture division. In 2010, she moved to Bozeman, MT where she achieved her Masters of Architecture from Montana State University. She has worked on various projects including commercial, retail and residential design.