Rudolph Architects, Denver, Colorado

Residential Architectural Home Design

The roots of Rudolph Architects run deep.  George Cooper Rudolph Jr., grandfather of the current owner of the company, began his architectural practice in New York City in 1939, where he became nationally renowned as an architectural renderer.  His son, George Cooper Rudolph III, whose firm earned numerous design awards, carried on the family tradition from 1975 to the present.  Joshua Guthrie Rudolph now wears the family mantle, after earning his stripes in his father's company, where for twelve years he directed the firm's Design Department.

Sixty years of flourishing practices in New York City came to an abrupt halt on a September day in 2001.  George Cooper Rudolph III Architects had recently moved their offices close to the World Trade Center to better serve their biggest client, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.  Eight months after 9/11, Rudolph Architects relocated from Lower Manhattan to the Jersey Shore.

During the firm's tenure in New Jersey, the backbone of the practice remained the same:  servicing clients' needs; performing in the most professional manner; and dedicating itself to good design; as evidenced by two additional design awards received for work performed while in New Jersey.

The opening of the new Denver office in 2008 represents the next era of Rudolph Architects and the firm has "hit the ground running."  Joshua Rudolph, current owner of Rudolph Architects, has been practicing in Denver for the past two years, working with a local award winning firm.  During this time, Josh immersed himself in the Denver construction community, becoming familiar with Denver's unique environment, climate, soil conditions, and lifestyle.  Mr. Rudolph's father joined the firm in October 2008.

Rudolph Architects is enthusiastic about being part of "the Denver scene" and brings to it their tradition of outstanding design, dedication to client service, and high professional standards.