University of Colorado Boulder – Leeds School of Business

  • Category
    Higher Education
  • Size
    165,000 s.f.
  • Complete
    July 2007
  • Location
    Boulder, Colorado

Higher education addition and renovation embodies mission to inspire students

The renovation and expansion of the 165,000 square-foot Leeds School of Business included interior and exterior planning, as well as site design encompassing nine acres. Designed in association with Architectural Resources Cambridge, Inc., this LEED Gold-certified building embodies the institution’s mission to inspire innovative thinking and produce globally relevant business research and education. A state-of-the-art learning environment, featuring both smart and distance-learning technology in a comfortable setting satisfies the central goal of the project – to create a social environment that supports teamwork, communication, and collaboration among students, faculty, and the business community. The exterior design continues the historic Tuscan vernacular of the Boulder campus– red mission-style roofs and sandstone walls trimmed with limestone. The building’s interior supports the functional and programmatic needs of a high-tech, twenty-first-century business school. The multi-story Bryon Koste Atrium serves as the social heart of the business school fostering student, faculty, and staff interaction to accommodate both academic and social functions. [Read More]

Project Scope

  • Architecture
  • Higher Education
  • Interior Design
  • Landscape Architecture
  • Planning
  • Sustainability

Award Winning Project

2007 Colorado Construction Magazine Gold Hard Hat Award Outstanding Education Project

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