Influencing A Smarter Built Environment In Cannabis

Influencing A Smarter Built Environment In Cannabis

Influencing a smarter built environment in cannabis with Nicole Delmage, Owner Principal at ShelterBelt Design. Nicole launched ShelterBelt Design in September of 2015. Before studying architecture she attended art school to study printmaking and photography. Nicole also adventured with friends and family in the outdoors and labored as a tree planter in Northern British Columbia. She has always loved setting up camp. Nicole’s interest in the arts was heavily influenced by her family of art makers and builders. After 18 years of working at architecture firms with a sustainability vision in San Francisco and Colorado, she is using her multi-disciplinary experience to build an architecture practice around my passion for the outdoors.

influencing a smarter built environment in cannabis

Nicole brings her long-standing commitment to sustainable thinking and practice to all of her projects, including her own home. Nicole renovated a 600 square foot house in Denver, originally built in 1893 as housing for railroad workers, to be her treasured urban retreat. She is highly motivated by getting special projects built and by being invited to the party when it is done. ShelterBelt Mission is to work collaboratively with community-minded clients, influencing a smarter built environment that uplifts the human spirit and is founded on connections to the great outdoors.