The Colorado Building Workshop (CBW) is the Department of Architecture's design build certificate program. This program partners with our broader community and non-profit organizations to take on a variety of innovative projects.
The University Technical Assistance Program (UTAP) is a clinical teaching practice that provides design and planning services to cities, towns, and neighborhoods across the state, giving students a chance to work on real projects.
LoDo Lab is an interdisciplinary collective that embraces low-tech tools and low-fidelity methods of making as equally valid counterparts to the high-tech and high-fidelity.
ecodesign DENver (eDEN) is an extensive network of slow streets and open streets (closed to thru traffic), punctuated by outdoor dining areas and lined with productive landscapes and public art.
With a generous donation from the Bixler Family Foundation, the Bixler International Initiatives (BII) was founded in 2018 to support educational exchanges between the College of Architecture and Planning and Finland, Japan, and Spain.
The Roaring Fork Valley Maymester Workshop was founded in the summer of 2011 to offer students an opportunity to work within the offices of local architectural firms with some of the nation’s leading architects.
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