Colleen Loughlin

Colleen Loughlin

Aspen, CO, US



Colleen is a Registered Architect in the state of Colorado and works in high-end residential design in Aspen, Colorado. Outside of architecture, she can be found skiing, running, reading, and drawing. Traveling, exploring new places, and connecting with the local community are passions beyond her every daywork.

The link below represents the skate park that Colleen collaborated on the design and construction of with other students in Tulane's Architecture program:

An expanded portfolio and her thesis research can be found at this link:


Zone 4 Architects, Aspen, CO, US, Job Captain

Jan 2018 - current

Charles Cunniffe Architects, Aspen, CO, US, Assistant Project Designer

Jul 2015 - Dec 2017

Tulane School of Architecture Digital Output Lab, New Orleans, LA, US, Digital Technician

Technician in the digital output lab and worked with large format plotters, laser cutters, and a 3d printer

Sep 2012 - May 2014

SGW Architecture & Design, Chicago, IL, US, Architecture Intern

My responsibilities over the course of the summer were as follows:

-Space planning and design development for a Yoga Fitness studio, construction documents,
schematic design and design development

May 2013 - Aug 2013


Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, US, MArch, Architecture

Studied in the Masters of Architecture undergraduate program and have acquired skills that have prepared me for the professional work place and expanded my creative interests.

Aug 2010 - May 2015


Rudy Bruner Award, 2nd Place

The Rudy Bruner Award recognizes transformative urban places distinguished by their economic and social contributions to America’s cities. This national award is given out yearly, and Parisite Skatepark received a Silver Medal in 2019 for its assistance in enabling a disenfranchised group celebrate their DIY culture. This project was part of a collaboration between the Tulane School of Architecture's Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design, and the nonprofit Transitional Spaces.


AIA Colorado 2019 Award of Excellence, Award

St. Mary Catholic Church is one of the most iconic structures in the Roaring Fork Valley. While working for CCA, Colleen helped CCA collaborate on the overhaul of the existing Catholic Church to bring back deserved dignity and vibrance to the historic structure.


Dean's List 2013-2015, Other


Tulane School of Architecture reView, Other

Student project selected to be a part of the Architecture school's publication of student work.


The Tulane Review Literary Arts Journal, Other

A literary arts journal distributed twice a year by the Tulane Literary Society in New Orleans that compiles poetry, prose, and artwork. My black and white hand-developed photograph of a city street in downtown New Orleans was selected to be featured in the artwork section in the spring issue of the 2013 Review.


Tulane Scholarship Recipient 2010-2015, Scholarship


Founder's Scholarship Recipient 2010-2015, Scholarship


Areas of Specialization