This roundup of homes in Colorado is next up in our series celebrating residential architecture across the US, and includes a renovated chalet in Aspen and a cluster of rugged cabins built by graduate students (+ slideshow).
Architecture students from the University of Colorado Denver have built a series of dwellings for an outdoor education school in the Rocky Mountains. Find out more about Outward bound cabins »
This rustic residence in Aspen has been renovated by Miami-based Oppenheim Architecture in line with the Japanese principle of wabi-sabi, which acknowledges imperfection as beauty. Find out more about La Muna »
A devastating forest fire cleared the land that this weathering steel-clad house by Colorado architect Renée del Gaudio was built on. Find out more about Sunshine Canyon Residence »
Colorado architecture firm Arch11 has raised a single-family residence on a concrete plinth to provide unobstructed views of the Rocky Mountains. Find our more about Lodgepole Retreat »
This family dwelling in the Colorado mountains by Will Bruder Architects features an exterior made of burnt wood and a roof sheathed in copper. Find out more about Blackbird House »