ROBB OLSON,  AIA Principal Architect and Broker

'Robb' Robert B. Olson

Principal Architect [CA 32403, NV 6049, HI 12657]

Broker Officer [CA 01956559]

General Contractor [CA 1024969]

Mixed Media Artist

For over ten years he and his wife, Molly, have seamlessly orchestrated distinctive and enduring projects in Tahoe. Together their multidisciplinary collective, Olson-Olson Ena, offers professional services in real estate, planning, architecture, construction, interiors, and art to create thoughtful homes and lifestyle projects. Raised in southern California and the son of an Architect (father) and Interior Designer/Masseuse-Student/Holistic-Medicine-Novice/Abnormal-Phycology-Student/House-Wife (mother), Robb was always involved in the problem solving and artistic fields from an early age. While in his second year majoring in Fine Arts at the University of Southern California Robb designed and built an installation art piece which fueled his desire to also study Architecture. After graduating with his Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts from USC Robb obtained his Architect licenses. Expanding his passion for built environments and better serve clients, Robb obtained his Real Estate Broker and General Contractor licenses. Broker, Architect, and Contractor; Robb applies his passion for art and creative problem solving in bringing a unique and unparalleled perspective to his clients and work.

"Express within the less"

Professional Member: American Institute of Architects, Contractors Association Truckee-Tahoe, Tahoe Sierra Board of REALTORS®, Tahoe Quarterly Mountain Home Award Panelist 2017

Community: Tahoe City Downtown Association Board Member, Bear Creek Association Board Member, SV TBID Steering Committee Participant

Hobbies: Making up stories for his kids, sculpture, print making, drawing, sewing and researching.

See selected art pieces

-  Feature in the Sierra Sun - Meet Your Merchant: Locals Build on Unique Family Foothold to Create Tahoe Dream Homes 2015

Robb Olson, Participated in the Doors to Recovery fundraiser 2016, auction held at Reno's Nevada Museum of Art

Feature in San Francisco Magazine - Tahoe Life October 2016, page 126