AIA Colorado North Chapter Citation Award
Location | Boulder, Colorado
The collision of the city street grid with the implied grid of the primary views causes shifting within the mass and animates the interior and exterior volumes. An architectural canyon emerges on the western side of the project as an analog to the natural canyon, and becomes a spatial and visual event for the owner arrival sequence. 303 Canyon’s building surfaces undulate and break plane with one another, thus referencing the texture of rock and the natural flaking that characterizes the local granite formations.