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Timeless Pieces of Boulder’s Architectural History

June 16th, 2019

With the holidays over, we figured we should refresh our minds with something different today. Boulder has a very interesting architectural history, especially the university campus. We will touch on some defining Boulder architectural projects which you have probably seen around town. Next time you’re out and about, maybe you’ll encounter some of these oh-so-Boulder building projects. The University Campus Of course we cannot skim Boulder’s architectural past without bringing up the University of Colorado campus. It began with the all-brick Old Main and soon grew into several... Read More

Faces of Boulder – Allison

May 16th, 2017

Meet Allison! As a Graduate student in Architecture, Allison appreciates the sustainable lifestyle  Boulder has to offer and believes that “the mountains are a perfect remedy” for any break from the hustle and bustle. When she’s not hiking, snowboarding, or walking her dog, Allison can be found playing pool at her go-to spot—the 28th St. Tavern. After she graduates, Allison hopes to move back to Boulder and work as a licensed Architect; already looking forward to afternoons by Coot Lake and endless sunshine once again. Thanks Allison!  Read More

Faces of Boulder – Pic of The Day!

March 5th, 2016

“I loved architecture rendering because I was either drawing or painting everyday. That’s before, I’m dating myself, before it was a lot of computer work. Really, it was mostly hand done. I went back and took some auto keg classes and I really saw sitting at the computer was not my thing at all. So I decided nope, I’m not going to do that. I mean if people want me to do rendering at home that’s great, but not on the computer. I enjoyed learning it but I can’t sit on the computer for 8 hours everyday. I would go crazy.”- Kathleen Lanzoni  Read More

The Once and Future Architect of Boulder

October 4th, 2015

There is an argument to be made that architects don’t get their due. For every household name, such as Frank Lloyd Wright, there are thousands of people who spend their careers under the radar. Yet even lesser known architects literally and figuratively shape people’s lives by influencing the built environment in which they take place. Charles Haertling is a perfect example of such. His name is one many won’t recognize, but over the course of his life he left an indelible mark on our region. Born on October 21, 1928 in St. Genevieve, Missouri, Haertling joined the Navy in 1946, straight out... Read More