Michael Kloefkorn

Posted on: August 19, 2016

Licenced in CO.

As one of the Associate Principals at VMWP, Mr. Kloefkorn brings a mixture of experience in California, Colorado and Australia including furniture, interior design, commercial/retail, mixed-use, residential, multi-family residential, adaptive reuse and construction. He joined VMWP in 1998 and relocated to Colorado in 1999 to assist in establishing the new Denver office. He has been involved in projects ranging from Belmar CO, to Valencia Gardens Hope VI, to Railyard Lofts (reuse), to affordable senior housing projects Cottonwood Court and Warner Creek and the Jewish Home SF and 2175 Market St, SF, Rebuild Potrero (Hope SF), Block X, Rotary Plaza, and 55 Laguna. Mr. Kloefkorn specializes in sustainable urban architecture. As the resource on sustainability at VMWP, he seeks to push the envelope on every project. As an active chapter leader of the Northern California Chapter of the USGBC, he founded and chaired the Residential Green Building advocacy Committee. Mr. Kloefkorn is active, professionally and in the community, to promote better human environments while decreasing the human impact on the natural environment. He is an advocate for affordable housing and for moving our profession from green to sustainable to regenerative design. In his spare time, Michael enjoys snowboarding, hiking, backpacking and flyfishing.

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