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 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 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 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.
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.