Espy Architecture is a full service design studio with a fresh vision of architecture. Innovative and artistic architectural solutions from land planning, landscape design, solar design, building design to interior design. Your project will flow seamlessly from the development of the site to the details of the building. Your project goals inform the process from the beginning to the end of every project. Every project has a budget. Never will a budget limit the imagination brought to your design.
Espy Architecture is based in the heart of the Rocky Mountains in Vail Colorado. From schematic design, design approvals, construction documents and construction administration, Espy Architecture provides the vision to guide projects every
To provide clients with the creativity and guidance to acheive their dreams and goals.
Patrick N Espy II, BFA, BArch, AIA
A designer with an extensive design range, Patrick brings excitement and inspiration to our projects. His studies in architecture included work with the the world renown architect Samuel Mockbee.
As a professional, he brings a fresh new vision of architecture to many building types. His wide ranging experience includes commercial, public, residential, museums, colliseums, studio sets. Projects include small additions and renovations to colliseums and stadiums. There is no project too large or too small to receive absolute commitment in its execution. Patrick is a registered architect and member of the American Institute of Architects.
Dr. Patrick N Espy, PhD
Engineer, Solar Designer/Researcher
Dr Espy is critical to the design team. He can design an active solar system or apply passive solar principals to help determine the shapes of the building. His expertise in the field of energy conservation is unequaled. As a scientist with NASA, Dr Espy has served on technical evaluation committees with NASA and the Department of Energy for advanced concepts for solar energy. Among his achievements, he built a model home for NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center, designed and patented photo thermal solar systems and did analysis of cost relationships of solar systems. He designed a new collector for the Department of Energy that was selected from over 100 designs for a large hospital project.