Scott Rodwin, AIA, LEED AP, NCARB is the President of Rodwin Architecture and Skycastle Construction, a 13 person award-winning design/build firm in Boulder, CO. He is also Naropa University's new Adjunct Instructor for its Green Building course.
Scott was the American Institute of Architects’ 2006 Young Architect of the Year for the US Western Mountain Region. He has been a leader in the sustainable design movement for over 20 years, and has been recognized with two dozen awards for green building. His many residential and commercial projects include two LEED Platinum projects and a regenerative (Net Positive Energy) house.
Scott is a frequent speaker on sustainability; he has taught Green Architecture at Tara Waldorf high School for the last ten years and he led Boulder’s Green Building 101 course for five years.
Scott has organized numerous groups and events that worked towards ecologically responsible design and planning issues, and has sat on the Board of several non-profits that focus on the arts and environment.
Scott has served as AIA Colorado North President, Managing Editor of AIA Sustainable Design Resource Guide, Chaired AIA Colorado’s Committee on the Environment. He is the Co-founder of The Agora Projects, which seeks to bring solar powered WiFi enabled community pavilions to underserved populations around the world.
Scott is the Co-founder of Nomad Cohousing, where he has lived for 17 years. He received his B. Arch from Cornell University in 1991.