Hotel Jerome, an Auberge Resort
The historic Hotel Jerome, built in 1889, is a centerpiece of Aspen and an invaluable part of its Victorian charm. A model of the power landscape architecture has to reflect and encourage the stewardship of historical properties, this project returned an iconic courtyard to prominence. In recent decades, the courtyard of this beloved 19th-century Victorian hotel had fallen into disrepair- physically inaccessible, visually tired, and disconnected from its iconic history. In concert with the rehabilitation of an adjacent and equally historic property, a new courtyard design transforms the setting into a trio of distinct programmed, yet flexible spaces that engages new adjacencies, celebrates its cultural heritage and revives its authentic character and revered history as a beloved community legacy.
Services Provided: Master Planning, Resort Planning, Landscape Architecture
The Friedkin Group
Rowland + Broughton, TAL Design, Water Designs, LS Group