Re-Imagining Coors Fields

Date: 3/7/19 - 3/7/19
Coors Field Reimagines by MLA Student James Oberhansley
Student Researchers: James Oberhansley, MLA Faculty Advisor: Louise Bordelon

Students were charged with re-inventing some of Denver's iconic landscapes through abstracted photo collage  as part of LA 6604, a Landscape Architecture class. In this project, the public realm outside of Coors Field was re-imagined as a human-scale, active place for people to enjoy beyond game-day by MLA student James Oberhansley.

The inspiration drew from the finding of dinosaur bones during the construction of Coors Field and the student researcher's own childhood discovering the geology of Colorado with his father, a geologist.