This is the story of how students at the University of Colorado Denver designed this community of 14 micro cabins that now serve as dormitories.
The school is run by Outward Bound which is a nonprofit that promotes learning using outdoor experiences.
Each of the tiny cabins are between 140 and 200 square feet. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
Students Design/Build Micro Cabins in Colorado
- Colorado Outward Bound School
- University of Colorado Denver
- Colorado Building Workshop (University of Colorado Denver)
- Images © Jesse Kuroiwa
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