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Angie Markous

Intermediate Designer

B.Arch | University of Buenos Aires

M.Arch | University of Colorado Denver

Angie grew up in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She developed a passion for architecture and art at a very young age, taking art classes throughout her formative school years and participating in several art contests. Angie received her Bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the University of Buenos Aires, she then moved to the U.S. for graduate school, earning her Master’s Degree at University of Colorado at Denver.

Angie holds a deep appreciation for Scandinavian architecture, especially when it comes to mountain cabins. Their minimalistic approach, combining functionality and beauty, establishes a profound connection to the surrounding nature. As a grad student, Angie had the opportunity to explore the application of this ethos when she participated in the Colorado Building Workshop. She and her team, designed and built the Cottonwood Gulch Cabins in New Mexico for a venerated summer camp program. The cabins were featured in multiple publications and were the recipient of the AIA Western Mountain Region Honor Award.

Outside of work, Angie may be found somewhere in nature, skiing, hiking or backpacking. When she’s at home she pursues her interests in the arts, with a focus on pottery and painting.