The University of Colorado, Denver, together with the international non-commercial organization called Outward Bound has implemented the project of an unusual dwelling. This is a dormitory which is located on the steep hill in the pine forest and is represented by several small houses, constructed over a period of only three weeks.
They are the combination of two elements: the main part and the outer frame. Thus, the frame is used for protection against bad weather, is also a terrace and provides opportunity to store bicycles, skies and kayaks. The living part of the house is made in a form of studio. The internal finishing is made of the birch plywood and functional elements are represented by the transformer bed, the wardrobe and the working place for each student.
Photos by Jesse Kuroiwa