Jeff Dickinson
Jeff Dickinson

Jeff Dickinson, Architect, LEED Accredited Professional, Sustainable Materials and Energy Consultant. Principal of Energy & Sustainable Design, Inc and President of Biospaces, Incorporated.

 

Jeff is a licensed Architect and has been a practitioner of Sustainable Architectural Design Alternatives for the past 30 years. He has designed and built passive solar, super-insulated homes and schools including Straw-Bale and Earthship homes. Jeff designed the pioneering Waldorf School on the Roaring Fork Eco-Campus and the Environmental Education Building for the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies and Aspen Elementary School. He is currently working with Solar Energy International, in Paonia and Carbondale, Colorado to develop their Eco-Campus and with several Waldorf Schools throughout the country on master planning their campuses.

 

Jeff has had his projects featured nationally in books, magazines and television. He is also an energy consultant as well as co-author and consultant for green materials and energy building codes in Colorado, as well as being a lecturer on Passive Solar Design, Straw-Bale and Green Building Materials. He is a Certified Energy Design Professional and has been a Certified Energy Rater for Energy Rated Homes of Colorado.

Jeff is a Founding Member of the Carbondale Environmental Board and the Progressive Building Partnership. He is also the cofounder of Biospaces, Incorporated, a manufacturer of Solar Heated Geodesic Dome Greenhouses, called Biodomes, which he helped develop at the Windstar Foundation.

 

Formal Education includes a Master of Environmental Planning with Solar Energy Specialization from Arizona State University and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Kent State University. Jeff serves on numerous community boards and is active in working toward Environmental and Energy Sustainability.