A high-altitude lavatory with gabion walls and a reimagined motel feature in this VDF school show of work from University of Colorado’s College of Architecture and Planning.
The projects range from built to conceptual and were created by students as part of their graduate and undergraduate degrees in architecture.
While some designed interventions to improve the experience of tourists and trekkers in the Rocky Mountains, others imagined electric vehicle charging stations for Tesla, which are capable of responding to the context in which they are placed.
University: University of Colorado, College of Architecture and Planning
Courses: BSc Architecture, MArch
Studios: BSc Architecture – Design Studio 4 and the “Normal, Colfax” Research and Design Seminar
MArch – Studio 4: Design-Build and Studio 6: Prototype Replication and Singularity
MArch Studio 6: Prototype Replication and Singularity statement: