F&M Architects, LLC
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F&M Architects appreciates enduring architecture and lasting relationships. A full-service boutique Architectural practice based in the beautiful Roaring Fork Valley of Colorado, Flynn and Mike launched their firm in 2014.

We strive for:

A Personal touch. Your “story” is important to us. We will listen to you, first. Then, either Flynn or Mike will have a direct, personal, and hands-on relationship with you through out the entire design and construction of your project, and hopefully beyond. Every project will benefit from both Mike and Flynn’s experience and talents.

Collaboration. Each home requires a team of professionals who are the “right fit” for the Client and his/her goals. We understand that we are just one integral piece in the mix and can lead, follow and/or work aside other professionals for the benefit of the project and Client.

Attention to Detail. We understand that the success of your project is in handling the details. Architectural details, schedule details, and your personal details require attention and management.

Smart Design. We aim for sustainable and elegant architectural solutions that will integrate your dreams with your site and your budget.

Design Technology. We will use the most advanced tools to create your design, to show you your vision, to keep track of the team and to manage our schedule.

Sharing our Passion. We want to help you understand what Architects can do and how we can help you achieve your dreams in the built environment.

Services Provided
3D Rendering, Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Building Design, Drafting, 3D Home Design, Home Restoration, Remodeling

Areas Served
Aspen, Basalt, Snowmass, Snowmass Village, Woody Creek, Vail
Contact: Mike Bucchin & Flynn Stewart-Severy
Location: 15 Kearns Rd, Suite D
Snowmass Village, CO 81615
License Number: 00402002, 00403368
Commented: Love the flooring. Where is it from? Our interior designer on this project should be able to answer that for you: V2K Designs
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Commented: Beautiful home! Do you have any pictures of the entry/ front of home? Due to the long driveway that was required to access the property the homeowner's primary entrance is almost always through the garage-- but we did not want guests to approach the house this way, so t...
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Commented: Where would we find this flooring? This flooring is a mix between material salvaged from the original barn, and a nearby barn that was being torn down. Historically barn floors were a structural element, and therefore the floor boards ...
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Commented: Looking for a glass staircase systems like this. Where can we get it? This was a custom glass railing; however we did use a Taper-Loc System Dry-Glaze GRS - Glass Rail System from the CR Laurence Company
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