Kelly & Stone Architects projects and services are recognized by our exceptional clients and publications both national and local.
Kelly & Stone Architects is recognized by the Houzz community as best of 2018 for their professional portfolio. This is the fifth straight year Kelly & Stone Architects has been recognized by Houzz members. Take a look at their full houzz portfolio to see more of their amazing work.
Kelly & Stone Architects is rated at the highest level for client satisfaction by the Houzz community. Take a look at their full houzz portfolio to see more of KSA’s amazing work.
Designed by Truckee’s Kelly & Stone Architects (KSA), the owners worked with interior designer Emily Esposito, who began the project with KSA and ended with Vineyard, to achieve a home that was appropriate for their young family—while also staying fun and fabulous.
Kelly & Stone Architects’ Keith Kelly and Ryan Marsden are featured in Tahoe Quarterly Magazine for its “perfection by pods” design in Tahoe.
Among the initial goals, the owners wanted the home tucked away from the road, nestled on the back end of the forested, 2.5-acre lot. The living spaces would face south, where a clearing in the trees opened views to Northstar’s Lookout Mountain.
The steep contours of Martis Camp lot 517 called for a structure that was as integrated as it would be beautiful. The singular simplicity of a crisp arc, grounded with weighty geometric masses, answered the call.
One modern timber home brings a contemporary feel to the mountains of North Carolina.
Steamboat Magazine stepped inside the homes of two locally renowned architects: Tim Stone, co-owner of Kelly and Stone Architects, and Brandt Vanderbosch, owner of Vertical Arts. Both dwellings were recently built in the downtown Steamboat Springs neighborhood of Brooklyn.
The relative simplicity and traditional layout of the home allowed the architects at Kelly and Stone to take the details to the next level.
Kelly & Stone Architects featured in Mountain Living Magazine Colorado Meets Kentucky With Relaxed Rustic Style – A timber frame mountain retreat transports the American West to a golf course in Bowling Green.
Kelly & Stone Architects is recognized in Mountain Living Magazine as contributing to the design and execution of the ‘Sophisticated Sanctuary in Incline Village, Nevada’.
Kelly & Stone Architects is recognized as a houzz best of 2016 for their North Routt Retreat project. This is the third straight year Kelly & Stone Architects has been recognized by houzz members. Take a look at their full houzz portfolio to see more of their amazing work.
…there’s something different about this one. Traditional materials join together in a decidedly contemporary way – the sandstone is cut horizontally as opposed to stacked, copper shingles will age differently than the more common hot-rolled steel applications while curved rooflines bend conventional materials to the home’s contemporary design. It beckons for a closer inspection both inside and out.
“It pushed us,” project architect Tim Stone said of the extensive modeling. “We would make manipulations to the design, and Scott could make changes to the thermal model on the fly. We could study the effect that the design changes had on the performance almost in real time.”
Kelly & Stone Architects is recognized for Martis Camp Lot 344 as the Tahoe Quarterly Mountain Home Winner 2015 for Contemporary Cabin in Tahoe Quarterly Magazine.