Some of the world’s most innovating living spaces in the world come from the designs of award-winning architect and Hobart alumnus Jack Snow ’79. To share his experience and expertise in the field, Snow will deliver a Professionals-in-Residence lecture, titled “A Career in Architecture” at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 5 in Trinity 305.
Continuing his discussion of the topic, Snow will offer one-on-one meetings with interested students from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. on Friday, March 6 in Trinity 109.
Please contact Career Services at ext. 3514 or firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat and/or sign up for a meeting time.
Snow earned a Bachelor of Arts from Hobart College and a Master of Architecture from the University of Colorado. Since founding Rich and Krusen Design, Inc. in 1990 (trade name RKD Architects, Inc.), he has been creating environmentally responsive and innovative, sculptural architecture. A former general contractor in both Summit and Eagle counties, Snow has vast experience and knowledge in the design and construction of custom residential homes, speculative homes, commercial and retail developments as well as multi-family developments.
RKD Architects, Inc. specializes in design that blends natural materials with the surrounding landscape. Snow has designed more than $25 million of high-end homes in Telluride since 2005 in developments such as Gray Head and Aldasoro Ranch. RKD also has projects underway at the Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Montana and a “green” home which is being filmed for a documentary already airing in Minnesota and on Fox Television about green design and building practices.