Colorado Outward Bound micro cabins win multiple awardsCAP | CAP Sep 17, 2018
The Colorado Outward Bound Micro Cabins by students in CAP’s Design Build program Colorado Building Workshop under the direction of Assistant Professor of Architecture Rick Sommerfeld have received one of the 2016 Residential Architect Design Awards: a Citation Award for “Custom House Less Than 3,000 Square Feet.” The jury selected 24 projects across 11 categories for recognition. For 17 years, the Residential Architect Design Awards have celebrated innovation and excellence at all scales and at all price points. The mission continues in the award program’s new home, ARCHITECT, The Journal of the American Institute of Architects. Read more in the article from December 6, 2016: “The 2016 Residential Architect Design Awards.”
The 2016 Colorado Outward Bound School Micro Cabins won three awards in the Architecture student category for the American Architecture Prize. They won the lead Architecture nomination called ‘New Discovery of the Year’ as well as Gold in the Small Architecture category and Silver in the Social House category.
The American Architecture Prize honors designs in the disciplines of architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture with the goal of advancing the appreciation of architecture worldwide. Each submitted design was evaluated by the esteemed AAP Jury on its own merit based on form, function, and innovation. Winning projects were given titles of platinum, gold, silver, or bronze levels, along with honorable mentions from many distinguished submissions. Visit the American Architecture Prize website.