The University of Colorado at Denver’s School of Architecture and Planning sponsors a really neat website they call the Electronic Library of Colorado Architecture, Landscape and Planning. The site features full-color images of Colorado’s significant architecture. You can search by site name, architect/builder, city, county, architectural style, building type, date, and more. There’s also a way to just browse through the collection. Many of the sites also have detailed close-ups of architectural features. This is a great website for discovering more about Colorado’s wide variety of architectural design.
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