Design your world with us. We’ve created a virtual experience to help you connect and learn more about our Program in Environmental Design, a program that gives you the skills and tools needed to shape the way we live, work and play. From virtually anywhere in the world, you can learn about programs and majors, research happening on campus, and ways to connect with current and future Buffs.
Whether you’re a prospective or admitted student, we have a variety of ways for you to explore, connect and use this time to prepare for your future.
Join us for a guided tour of the Environmental Design (ENVD) building. Explore first-hand what it means to be a Design Buff–from design studios to creative lab facilities, involvement opportunities and more.
Registration is required
Summer tours will be offered from June 6 to August 12
Mondays and Fridays with the time options: 12:15 p.m. and 4:15 p.m
This event is intended for prospective first-year, transfer and admitted students.
Take a Tour
Want to get an inside look at our program, people and curriculum? Join us for a video tour.
This is an individual that defies the norms constantly. Whether it’s dressing up as Guy Fieri, making a foot out of clay or designing shelters with a needle and thread, she is a creative mind we should all look towards.
Bella is strong beyond words. She always commits herself to strong work, she supports groups that she works in, manages a nearly full-time job all while being sweet and kind to all she comes in contact with. I appreciate Bella so much.
In fall 2019, a fourth-year architecture studio group studied a 121-acre site, located 35 minutes north of New Orleans, and designed event-specific cabins and pavilions for the site.
Landscape Architecture Studio
Students converted a parking space in downtown Boulder into a temporary installation called See Levels Rise, for Park(ing) Day 2019. The installation highlights global sea-level rise due to climate change.
Product Design Studio
In fall 2019, students designed a kit of parts that can be assembled into temporary, permanent, repurposable shelters after an earthquake.