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Five Under 40: Colorado's Design Stars 2017



Portrait photography by Jennifer Olson

The first installment of Colorado Homes & Lifestyles’ Five Under 40 awards in 2014 was a giant success, and the tradition has only gotten stronger with each subsequent year. This year, the mass and magnitude of talent that arrived in Colorado Homes & Lifestyles’ inbox was both exciting and inspiring. 

We called on the 2016 Five Under 40 award winners to help us with the difficult task of selecting five of the finest from a pack of worthy contenders. 

Here, we present the class of 2017—shining bright and upping our design quotient inside, outside, and all around the state. 

Brett La Hay
Kitchen Designer
Kitchen Distributors
To learn more about La Hay and see her work, visit Five Under 40: Kitchen Designer Brett La Hay

 

Dana Ellis
Architect
Rowland + Broughton, Aspen
To learn more about Ellis and see her work, visit Five Under 40: Architect Dana Ellis.

 

Darla Callaway
Landscape Architect & Planner
Design Workshop, Aspen
To learn more about Callaway and see her work, visit Five Under 40: Landscape Architect & Planner Darla Callaway.

 

Steev Wilson
Architect
Founder of Forum Phi Architecture, Aspen
To learn more about Wilson and see his work, visit Five Under 40: Architect Steev Wilson.

 

LeAnn Ostheimer
Landscape Designer
Lifescape Colorado
To learn more about Ostheimer and see her work, visit Five Under 40: Landscape Designer LeAnn Ostheimer.SaveSave

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