In the College of Architecture and Planning at the University of Colorado Denver, students and faculty engage directly with our vibrant city, dynamic community, and magnificent landscape by working on real projects that make a real difference. Explore the ways research and creative projects at CAP ignite evolution that enriches places for people and the planet.
Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) documentation was prepared for a twelfth-century Anasazi Pueblo ruin at the Colorado-Utah border and two early twentieth-century Hispanic homesteads outside of Farmington, New Mexico. Photomodeler software was used to create three-dimensional rectified photographic models for accurate elevation projections of these non-orthogonal forms. The project was presented in 2005 at both the Saving Places Conference in Denver and at the George Wright Society National Conference in Philadelphia.