As Principal of Equinox Architecture LLC, Robert Kennedy Dickson is dedicated to the practice and execution of timeless architectural design. With strong academic and professional qualifications and a deep commitment to public service, he is a leader in his profession and in his community.
Robert received his B.A. in Visual Arts from Brown University in 1991, while earning the Roberta Joslin Award for excellence in art. While in Rhode Island, he also completed substantial coursework at the Rhode Island School of Design studying architecture, sculpture and industrial design. In 1992, he enrolled at the prestigious School of Architecture at the University of Texas at Austin. As a recipient of the Hal Box Scholarship, Robert graduated with a Masters of Architecture degree in June of 1996.
After employment and internship with a leading architecture firm in Breckenridge, Robert earned his architecture license from the State of Colorado in 2001, and became a member of the American Institute of Architects. In March of 2003, Robert struck out on his own, founding Equinox Architecture LLC of Breckenridge, Colorado. In various professional roles over the past decades, Robert has collaborated on hundreds of projects, representing a wide range of project types and architectural styles.
Beyond contributing to the architectural legacy of Colorado’s Central Rockies, Robert also gives generously to many community organizations that improve the lives of Colorado’s residents and visitors alike. Robert is a volunteer ski instructor with the Adaptive Ski Program at the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center. Robert also serves on the Board of the Summit Huts Association. In addition to these many activities, Robert still finds time for his most important job of all—father. In 2007, Robert was blessed with a son, Gavin Ponder Dickson who is his greatest inspiration.
Robert’s biography continues to be written every day, in the lives of the people he reaches as a volunteer, and those whom he serves as a professional, visionary architect.