Four ENVD Alumni sit at the front of a darkened room at the panel discussion.

ENVD Alumni Panel Discussion

Oct. 18, 2016

A diverse panel of ENVD alumni members at different stages of their careers working in various fields discussed strategies for stretching the ENVD education in order to meet the professional aspirations of ENVD students. Participants: Michael Roybal (ENVD class of 1975) – Principle, The Roybal Corporation, Denver Cinder Trout (ENVD... Read more »
Rendering of the exterior of a modern home by Neal Evers

5 Under 40 Award Winner Neal Evers Joins the ENVD Team

Oct. 12, 2016

We’d like to officially welcome one of our newest faculty members, Neal Evers, to ENVD and congratulate him on his recent accomplishment of winning the Colorado Homes & Lifestyles Magazine "5 Under 40" award. This award honors five of the finest emerging talent in residential design in Colorado, and Neal... Read more »
Depiction the  energy-producing BIPV (Building Integrated Photovoltaic) glass panels of Rebecca Boroweicki's project entitled, “Horizon Lines: The Transparency of Energy.”

ENVD Graduate Rebecca Boroweicki Becomes Finalist in Land Art Generator Initiative 2016 Competition

Oct. 6, 2016

Recent ENVD graduate, Rebecca Boroweicki, is recognized as a short-list finalist in the Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI) 2016 competition for her project entitled, " Horizon Lines: The Transparency of Energy ." LAGI 2016 is an ideas competition to design a site-specific public artwork that, in addition to its conceptual... Read more »
KiM Infographic on transport analysis and the roles of cycling and walking. Text is in Dutch

ENVD Program Director Kevin Krizek Speaks at the Institute for Transport Policy Analysis (KiM)

Sept. 27, 2016

ENVD Program Director, Kevin Krizek, gives a presentation at the Institute for Transport Policy Analysis (KiM) in the Netherlands. KiM is a research agency situated within the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment. According to KiM, cycling and walking play a prominent role in the Dutch mobility system. Remarkably,... Read more »
2016 Silverthorne Praxis Studio Students taking a Selfie

2016 Silverthorne Praxis Studio Wins “Best Student Project” from the Congress for New Urbanism Colorado Chapter

Sept. 27, 2016

Our 2016 Silverthorne Praxis Studio won “Best Student Project” from the Congress for New Urbanism Colorado Chapter for their submission entitled, “Town of Silverthorne: Designed for Locals, Enjoyed by Everyone.” “This is really professional level work,” said Korkut Onaran, CNU Colorado President. “The jury initially didn’t realize this was a... Read more »
Georgia Lindsay speaks to students in studio.

Visiting Assistant Professor Georgia Lindsay Publishes Book

Sept. 26, 2016

Visiting Assistant Professor, Georgia Lindsay, publishes her book entitled, "The User Perspective on Twenty-First Century Art Museums." The book explores contemporary museums through user experiences from preserving works of art and creating exhibits, to the institutional use of architecture for branding. Georgia also recently published an article in the Journal... Read more »
Senior Instructor Adjunct Michael Tavel speaks with ENVD student about their design project.

Senior Instructor Adjunct Michael Tavel Authors a Chapter in Recently Published Book

Sept. 23, 2016

Congratulations to Senior Instructor Adjunct Michael Tavel who authored a chapter, “The Culture of Green Neighborhoods,” in a recently published book, “In Pursuit of a Living Architecture: Continuing Christopher Alexander’s Quest for a Humane and Sustainable Building.” In this volume, former students and collaborators of Alexander continue to explore the... Read more »

Dreamers and other teens provide design suggestions for local city park

Aug. 25, 2016

Boulder, Colorado (May 11, 2016) - On Saturday, high schoolers from the "I Have a Dream" program, Adelante!, and Boulder Housing Partners will participate in a Design Workshop with Growing Up Boulder, a "child- and youth-friendly city initiative" that is based out of the the University of Colorado-Boulder's Community Engagement... Read more »

Senior Instructor Marcel de Lange's ENVD PRAXIS studio project, TREExOFFICE, featured in the Daily Camera and CU Boulder Today

June 27, 2016

TREExOFFICE is an outdoor urban co-working space inspired by artist Natalie Jeremijenko and designed and built by CU Program in Environmental Design students under the guidance of ENVD faculty member Marcel de Lange with assistance from Studio NYL Structural Engineers. The project is located in front of the Boulder Museum... Read more »

ENVD Instructors Justin Bellucci and Kim Drennan win first place at CU-Boulder's New Venture Challenge

April 14, 2016

Justin and Kim's team, Hive Tech Solutions, made it to the finals after already winning the Women Entrepreneur’s Prize of $10,000, General Track Finals Prize of $4500 and they were finalists for the Social Impact Prize. Their team has been working on design solutions that impact the health of honeybees... Read more »