Anna Reynoso


Anna, a Colorado native, received her Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Colorado, Boulder, with a focus in Landscape Architecture. During this time, she participated in the university’s Core Leadership Program and also studied architecture and design as an exchange student in Barcelona, Spain. Her love for travel and new discoveries have taken her across Europe via rail and on African safaris.

Anna’s design approach is inspired by sustainable solutions and influenced by art and the natural environment. She believes that successful projects emerge and unfold when buildings and nature work together. She looks at every new project as an opportunity to be shaped, through the use of material and the lens of intellectual curiosity, into functional forms and spaces.

Anna’s design experience includes residential projects, commercial tenant finishes, and play spaces for children with physical, sensory, and cognitive disabilities. Before beginning her architecture career, she was the art director at a children’s day camp where she planned engaging design projects for children of all ages. Anna continues to express herself and create artwork through mixed mediums.

Anna is a strong proponent of engaging with community. She is a current board member of USGBC Roaring Fork and is a graduate of the Aspen Citizen Academy. In her free time, she enjoys many seasonal activities including snowboarding/skiing, hiking, climbing, and backpacking.