“Because of the wide ranging nature and scale of our work, we are ideally suited to handle projects that require the synthesis of a variety of disciplines, from architecture to engineering to environmental design. We work hard to be communicative and responsive with all our clients for the benefit of the project. Our record is one of practical buildings complementary to their site.”
Prairie Wind Architecture was founded in 1981 in order to provide architectural services for small scale projects of a specialized nature. Particular areas of expertise include energy efficient design, site analysis, interiors, landscape design, housing, office and commercial facilities, renovation and historic preservation. Homes in Montana's rustic vernacular have occupied his drawing board for the last several years, drawing on community influences and impeccable detailing to impart an unparalleled authenticity to the designs.
In addition to a variety of regional awards, Jeff's work has been published widely -- from The New York Times to Sunset Magazine, featured on television, and in a wide variety of books, including: The Cabin Book, Tiny Homes, Cabin in the Woods, Guest Rooms, and Arcadia, among others.