Profile of VaST Architecture by Boulder Realtor

As a Boulder Realtor who’s interested in spreading the word when I learn about great businesses in our area, I felt compelled to start with a profile of VaST architecture. Architect Joseph Vigil and Designer Brandy LeMae invited me to their own home as a start in our first video profile of their work.

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I thought what better place to begin than to share with you the kind of work they do than their own home? There are many very specific details in this home that come into play. Some choices are aesthetic, some are functional.

The crew at VaST likes to call what they do high-performance architecture and green design. I think that’s a great way to summarize their work and their focus.

One of the first aspects of their work that makes sense to me for us to explore is style. Their work has been called modern, sometimes contemporary, and even eclectic. If you explore their work a little bit, you’ll likely notice evidence of Bauhaus influence, the Case Study Program, modernism, and even prairie style.

While many architects and design teams like to feel that they embody a certain style, and VaST’s studio of professionals certainly do, a lot of what comes into play when the rubber meets the road is the details.

Sustainability is an important element for many of us these days, and it is for Brandy, Joseph, and the team of people at VaST also. They tend to take what they call a holistic approach to their work. It seems to be about meeting a client’s needs, answering to the impact on the environment support durability, and that are easy to maintain.

The use of Structurally Insulated Panels (SIPs), and Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF’s) are just a couple examples of the kinds of choices in building materials and techniques that VaST likes to implement to increase their client’s comfort, low energy costs, and sustainability for their new homes.

If you’re thinking about moving and want to talk about your next steps, call or email me today so we can get started in connecting you with the best professionals in the industry our community has to offer.

-Zachary Epps, full-time professional Realtor® and EcoBroker®
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-Zachary Epps, full-time professional Realtor® and EcoBroker®

Comments

5 Responses to “Profile of VaST Architecture by Boulder Realtor”

  1. diZ on January 21st, 2009 10:32 am

    CONGRADS Joe, Brandy & VaST staff,
    The vedio is an eXcellent marketing tool & having a local realtor
    speak to the eco-details of the house, architectural features that
    are low maintaence & how they match the total design of form &
    function. Stefka+diZ

  2. Lisa Kaplan on January 21st, 2009 9:38 pm

    Great marketing tool! We love everything about VaST already, and we also love your home.

  3. rob kaplan on January 22nd, 2009 7:34 am

    VaST, your homes a true example of passion and intelligence turned into the physical form.

  4. Tammy Rafferty on January 22nd, 2009 1:11 pm

    Hello,

    A while back Ana Aitken had requested samples of our natural stone planking for a project she was working on. I would like to inquire if you might have time in the near future for me to stop by and give your group a brief introduction of our line.

    Thank you, Tammy

    Tammy Rafferty
    BuffaloStone, Inc.
    303-883-1073

  5. Annette Stelmack on January 23rd, 2009 2:16 pm

    I love Joseph & Brandy’s philosophies, home & work…walking there talk! A great video, Zach, nicely done.

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