We design for health and well-being. Yours, the health of your organization, your community, and the world around you. We believe that great architecture recharges you throughout the day. It reflects your values, serves your mission, and supports meaningful interaction. It is our role as architects to gather a deep understanding of your challenges and aspirations, so that we can develop solutions that align conscious and unconscious factors. The best designed spaces go far beyond the superficial to express this alignment. At Spark, this is what we love to do.

      In Their Own Words

      Sophia discovered her passion for architecture during an internship 1996. She received her formal education in Germany and the US. At Arizona State University she was honored by the Henry Adams Certificate for graduating at the top of her (Master of Architecture) class. She worked as a project architect with Architekton before founding Spark Architecture in 2012.

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          Hygge, the Danish Art of Coziness, Part 3

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          PART 3: More Hygge through Architecture: Architects like to use the phrase “Programming”: Taking a very close look at all your project must-haves, and nice-to-haves. Before we ever start designing we interview clients about all their wishes…

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          Hygge, the Danish Art of Coziness, Part 2

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          Before going into some architectural ideas for your next project in Part 3, I’d like to share a few everyday things I experimented with to sample Hygge. Pick whatever sounds good, I would love to hear about your own…

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          Hygge, the Danish Art of Coziness, Part 1

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          Happy Thanksgiving! As we enter the Holiday Season, I would like to share a mini series about Hygge, the Danish Art of Cozyness with you. It inspired me to bring a little bit more coziness back into my life, and…

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          Solar or not?

          Sophia Sparklin AIA LEED AP

          During a recent Q&A session on Facebook we were asked about our opinion on solar. We love renewable energy sources, but can we afford them? The answer is YES, but note that that could be changing in the…

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          Historical Treasure Hunt in Ft Benton, MT

          Sophia Sparklin AIA LEED AP

          What’s better than designing a new building from scratch? Working with a beautiful old building! Just a few weeks ago I got to spend a beautiful summer afternoon in Fort Benton, Montana. After lunch at “Wakeup Cup” (highly recommended…

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