Instead of sharp edges and rectangles, veteran Aspen architect Samuel Caudill used curves and circles borrowed from Native American structures, beneath domes that echo the surrounding mountains, for this complex of school buildings.
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Aspen High School, Middle School, and Elementary School Complex
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