On the northeast outskirts of town along I70, this raw concrete solar structure was described by Architecture magazine (August 1986) as “a low-slung building with linear massing parallel to the land's contours … remarkable mainly for its peak-roofed, glazed entry before which two free-standing fluted columns stand at sentry duty.” William Muchow, a devout Post-modernist, described the layout as “traditional for a jail” but said he tried to make it “a somewhat happy place” by using skylights for daylight.
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Eagle County Justice Center
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