Next Progressives: Studio H:T

Christopher Herr (left) and Brad Tomecek at the Boulder, Colo. offices of their firm Studio H:T Architecture.

Shipping Container House, completed in 2010 and located near Nederland, Colo., was covered widely in the media and won early acclaim for the firm.

A drawing of Shipping Container House.

Interior of the Shipping Container House.

A detail from the Shipping Container House.

Fractured Residence, which Studio H:T designed in Boulder, Colo.

A drawing of Fractured House.

Interior image from Fractured Residence.

32nd Street Modular House in Denver, Colo., which Brad Tomecek built as his own home.

A drawing of 32nd Street Modular House, which shows how Tomecek offset the two floors to create a covered entry in the front of the house and a deck on the second-floor in the back.

A rendering for Framework at Sloan's Lake in Denver, a 22-unit residential project.

Construction just started on the project, which includes single-family and multifamily residences.

Another rendering of Framework at Sloan's lake.

An interior image of Shield House.

A rendering of Papercut, a modern-day interpretation of a phonograph. The project is composed of 5,280 layers of recycled, laser-cut paper with acoustical voids and an i-Phone slot.

A Rhino model of the papercut project.

Interior detail from Papercut.

A detail from Papercut.

The Container Cabin in Canon City, Colo., a two-bedroom vacation retreat with guest quarters.

Interior of the Container Cabin.

The Sign Shop in Denver.

A rendering for the Sign Shop project.

A diagram showing the Sign Shop project. The red box is the addition designed by Studio H:T; the white box was the existing brick building that was incorporated into the project.

Plains Residence in Niwot, Colo.

An image from the Denver Filter project, designed by Studio an AIA-sponsored competition that explored the potential installation of recycling kiosks in downtown Denver.

Studio H:T's Brad Tomecek and Christopher Hill led the 2010 University of Colorado Design Build studio, which constructed this pavilion, used for milking cows, as part of a larger project for the local nonprofits Feed Denver and The Urban Farm at Stapleton.

The Design Build studio also constructed this pavilion as a gathering and teaching space.

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