215 N Garmisch

  • 1973
    Photo courtesy Aspen Historical Society, Mary Eshbaugh Hayes Collection
  • 1978
    Photo courtesy Aspen Historical Society, Aspen Times Collection
  • 1979
    Photo courtesy Aspen Historical Society, Aspen Times Collection

In 1960, the Yellow Brick School at 215 N. Garmisch Street was constructed, based on the design by the Denver architectural firm of Wheeler & Lewis. A typical postwar school building—long, low, and horizontal, as in Miesian architecture—the classrooms have extensive bands of glazing and direct access to the outside.

The property is under consideration for landmark designation.  For a more detailed history of the site, click below.

Yellow Brick School_215 N Garmisch_LANDMARK DESIGNATION ASSESSMENT

 

 

Year:

1960 more 60s

Architect:

Wheeler and Lewis

Type:

public