John Clarey has joined Arch11 as a project architect in its Boulder office, announced Arch11 Principal E.J. Meade. Clarey has worked in custom residential architecture at small distinguished firms in Boulder since 2004, acquiring a diverse set of architectural skills. A native of the Twin Cities, Clarey is a graduate of the University of Minnesota’s College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.
“John is a good fit for Arch11,” says Meade. “He excels at managing complex projects with a high level of detail.”
Founded in 1993, Arch11 has gained recognition for projects ranging from exceptional residences to institutional planning, mixed-use development and product design. Recent awards include 2009 Firm of the Year Award from the Colorado AIA and four 2011 Builder’s Magazine Watermark Awards, including Project of the Year. Arch 11’s Ken Andrews also was named 2011 Young Architect of the Year by Colorado AIA.
With offices in Boulder and Denver, Colo., Arch11 has 30 combined years of green building technology leadership. The staff’s unusual level of hands-on experience ranges from boat building to furniture making, contributing to its reputation for commitment to craft, detailing and design integrity.