Docomomo US is thrilled to welcome our 18th regional chapter, Docomomo US/Colorado. The chapter encompasses the entire state of Colorado, with members all along the Front Range and Western Slope.
Organized in 2019, the Colorado Chapter is excited to be the newest regional chapter of Docomomo US. Given the abundance of modern buildings in Colorado, the Chapter encompasses the entire state, with members all along the Front Range and Western Slope. Across the state are icons of modern design, from the nationally recognized to the hidden regional master’s gems. Among these icons is NCAR Mesa Laboratory and USAFA Cadet Chapel to the lesser known Aspen Center for Physics, Mile High Center, and the work of Colorado’s own regional masters Eugene Sternberg, Charles Sink, Charles Deaton, Charles Haertling, Victor Hornbein and many others.
Founding Docomomo US/Colorado Board:
Josh Robinson, President
Charles Russell, Vice President
Kimberly Bauer, Treasurer
Atom Stevens, Secretary
Please help us welcome our Colorado members by liking them on Facebook and following them on Instagram. And don't miss our six part regional spotlight on Rocky Mountain modernism.
Part 1: The United States Air Force Academy
Part 2: Herbert Bayer and the Aspen Institute
Part 3: NCAR: Modernism on the Mesa
Part 4: The Simple Buildings: The Career of William Robb in Fort Collins
Part 5: Preservation win for a Googie-style building in Denver
Part 6: The Denver Art Museum: Gio Ponti´s [American] “Dream come True”
If you're a Colorado resident interested in supporting the new chapter, the best way to start is by becoming a member. Membership in both Docomomo US and the local chapter are included.