Kenneth Adler is a licensed Colorado architect, specializing in high-end residential and hospitality design. Well known for his ability to facilitate visualization of the design process, Ken effortlessly engages and involves the clients to best understand their needs and desires. Client input is always appreciated and welcome.

As a renowned expert and speaker on the incorporation of BIM (Building Information Modeling) into the design process, Ken has applied this knowledge to his firm in order to dramatically reduce production times, solve problems and put out "fires" throughout all phases of the design and construction process.

Ken holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture from Virginia Tech, and is a member of AIA. He founded KA DesignWorks in Aspen in 2006, and brings unbridled enthusiasm and a wealth of professional experience to every project he takes on. Loving nothing more than hearing a client rave to others about how thrilled they are with their new build, he is dedicated to innovation in design and technology, and to building successful client relationships that stand the test of time.

Alongside his wonderful wife of 10 years- Stacy, and two sons- Isaac age 8 and Evan age 3, Ken enjoys extra - curricular activities such as biking, hiking, camping, canoeing, snowboarding and skiing. In addition to being an avid landscape and architectural photographer he strives to make the most of living the dream in Colorado with his family.

(970) 948-9510


Mark Rudolf is a licensed architect specializing in luxury resorts and custom residential design, currently located in Asheville, North Carolina. A Virginia Beach native, he studied architecture at Virginia Tech, and is licensed in both Virginia and Colorado. He also holds a Green Globe certification for sustainable tourism, which is truly at the heart of some of his most recognized efforts.

With eighteen years of professional experience, he is well known for his work in the realm of hospitality design, some of his properties having won globally recognized awards. Among them, Castello di Casole in Italy was named the #2 hotel in the world by Travel and Leisure magazine, and The Sebastian in Vail, Colorado, was named the #2 resort in the continental United States. A leader in the sustainable design movement, some of his work in this sphere includes Brasada Ranch in Bend, Oregon, which was the first resort in the US to earn LEED Gold certification, and was also named Sustainable Community Of The Year in 2007.

Influenced most by his extensive travels, Mark has visited over thirty-five countries on five continents, has lived in Spain and spent a significant amount of time working in Italy. This experience has shaped his work significantly, work that is deeply rooted in ‘Place Making’: honoring what makes a site truly unique and special, he weaves an architectural language that is both provocative and respectful of its place.

With infant son Quinn keeping Mark and his wife Heather busy, his current favorite extra - curricular activity is attempting sleep.  Otherwise, he is known to enjoy skiing, hiking and travel.

(970) 618-1889