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APEX Architecture, PC, based in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, is a full service Architectural Design firm that specializes in the design and planning of churches, pk-12 schools, and single family homes.
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APEX Receives Houzz Design Award

APEX Architecture has been awarded "2018 Best of Houzz" for Design by Houzz, the online website dedicated to bringing together designers, builders, and clients.  This Houzz award is award is based on several factors, including positive client reviews and portfolio recognition. APEX is delighted to have performed our work in a way that our clients recognize and appreciate!  We strive to fully understand our client's desires and needs through beautiful and lasting design, and we are thrilled to receive recognition that we are succeeding in our...

Service Houzz award

APEX receives Houzz award

APEX Architecture has been awarded "Best of Houzz" for Service by Houzz, the online website dedicated to bringing together designers, builders, and clients.  This Houzz award is award is based on several factors, including the number and quality of client reviews a professional received in 2015. We are delighted to have performed our work in a way that our clients recognize and appreciate!  We strive to fully understand our client's desires and needs, and are thrilled to receive recognition that we are...

The Architecture 2030 Challenge

We've officially adopted the Architecture 2030 Challenge!  This means we've joined the ranks of many architecture firms who are committed to designing thoughtful buildings that by 2030 will be able to reach a carbon neutral operation.  This will help combat the fact that building contribute to as much as 75% of the worlds greenhouse gas emissions. Click here to read more!...

Mountain Homes Markets

There’s been a lot of information circulating around lately about the economy and that it might have rebounded enough for home values to influence decisions again.  A few weeks ago, the Denver Business Journal featured an article titled, “High country sales picking up speed.”  This was a great article, packed with sales numbers, and averages, and comparisons to numbers from during the recession and even pre-recession conditions.  Essentially, what this article was trying to relay, was the fact that the...