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College of Architecture and Planning University of Colorado Denver

Center of Preservation Research

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Layered Landscapes

Cultural and natural landscapes are layered with the past, the present and even the future. At CoPR, we use the concept of the layered landscape to describe both the physical qualities and interpretive wealth of the environments around us.

Urban, suburban, and exurban landscapes and local, regional, national, and international landscapes are inevitably altered through natural and historic forces. Engaging meaning, memory, place, and belonging, layered landscapes are brought to light through individual interpretation and multidisciplinary approaches.

Through landscape architecture, architecture, urban studies, archaeology, anthropology, history, and many other disciplines, CoPR faculty and students examine the evolution of layered landscapes for their historic meanings and future possibilities.

Center of Preservation Research (CoPR)

Ekaterini Vlahos, • Phone: 303-556-6502
CoPR Office: phone: 303-315-5871 • fax: 303-315-5872
Location: 1250 14th Street, 3rd Floor, Denver, CO 80202
Mailing Address: Campus Box 126, PO Box 173364, Denver, CO 80217-3364

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