The Aspen Music School started in an old mine structure and has had various additions. Taliesen graduates Fritz Benedict and Curtis Bessinger complemented the original low-slung, raw wood buildings clustered around ponds beside Castle Creek with simple frame and shake shingle construction. Low-pitched hipped roofs and balconies over the water lend the campus a Japanese tranquility prized by both Bauhaus and Wrightian schools.
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