ASPEN, CO—Rowland+Broughton Architecture/Urban Design/Interior Design has added three team members to add creative input to its projects.
In the Aspen studio, Tarryn Manskie joins as interior designer, project manager. In the Denver studio, Brandon Herbst joins as project architect and Maggie Wohltjen joins as designer. In addition, R+B Project Architect Tim Owen, AIA, adds studio-wide building information modeling manager to his role.
Manskie has more than a decade of experience in a diverse range of architecture and interior design projects, including high-end custom residential, hospitality and commercial interiors for high-profile tech clients such as Uber and Pinterest.
“I am excited about the teamwork within the studio of R+B,” she said. “I look forward to collaborating with my new colleagues and clients to push the boundaries and conventional thinking whilst achieving timeless design.”
Originally from Australia, Manskie most recently worked as a project designer and job captain at Studio O+A in San Francisco. Prior to that, she was an interior designer at Wood Bagot in Melbourne, Australia.
Herbst brings eight years of experience in design, approval and construction administration of new and renovated custom homes, hospitality and commercial spaces.
“I am thrilled to be joining Rowland+Broughton,” he said. “This firm has a proven track record of delivering wonderful projects, and I’m proud to be part of that process. I’m looking forward to working with my new team members to develop stunning projects in my role as project architect.”
He previously worked as a senior designer and project manager at Anders Lasater Architects in Laguna Beach, CA, where he oversaw several award-winning projects, garnering extensive knowledge in proposals, budgeting and contract negotiations.
Wohltjen brings experience with Revit, SketchUp, Auto CAD and other design software, as well as developing drawing sets for construction and completing construction documents.
“I feel so incredibly honored to be joining R+B’s tradition of excellence,” she said. “I have admired the passion and professionalism infused into all of the work done here, and I know I am lucky to call Rowland+Broughton my new professional home, while continuing to develop my understanding of architectural design.”
About his elevated role, Owen said, “In the modern age of architectural practice, BIM software is an indispensable tool for architects and designers. My role as BIM Manager is an exciting opportunity to push the boundaries of how we at R+B use this software, in addition to providing everyday technical support and training to the design staff who rely on these programs for their productivity.”