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Mountain Mayhem: 50 years of CCY Architects

May Selby
Mountain Mayhem
Todd Kennedy and Jenny Narrod with CCY Architects and former Aspen Mayor Steve Skadron.
Nicole Kinsler with CCY Architects and Julie Kolar with Esse Design.
Todd Kennedy and Mike Solondz.
Gert Van Moorsel with Aspen Skiing Company and Alex Klumb with CCY Architects.
Blake Hansen, Rich Carr with CCY Architects and Steve DeClute.
The Kennedys.
Chris and Susan Touchette with CCY Architects.
KC and Randa Winer with John Cottle and Todd Kennedy of CCY Architects and Marcia Dowler.
Kathleen and Sebastian Wanatowicz.
Mike Albert with Design Workshop, Dan Doherty and Moira Trumble with CCY Architects.
Alex Klumb with CCY Architects and Rob Morey.
Ryan and Lauren Elston with Kam and Mike Davies.

Cottle Carr and Yaw Architects, known as CCY, is currently celebrating 50 years in the business as “architects, interior designers, sketchers, writers, snowsliders, and motivated people united by a passionate spirit.” On August 25, they held a cocktail reception at The Wine Bar at The Little Nell to commemorate their anniversary, gathering colleagues, clients and friends to celebrate. Having been the architects behind The Nell’s construction back in the late 80s among many other Aspen Skiing Company projects, the setting held a special significance for them. CCY Architects is nationally acclaimed for place-based architecture inspired and informed by natural environments and their work has been recognized with more than 150 regional, national and international awards, including the AIA Western Mountain Region’s Architectural Firm of the Year in 2017.


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