Designed by Centerbrook Architects and Planners, Wolf Law School, University of Colorado is located in Wolf Law School, University of Colorado. Original campus buildings were designed in the 1920s and 1930s by architect Charles Klauder. Observing a similarity in the Tuscan and Colorado countrysides, Klauder developed a ‘rural Italian vernacular style’ in Boulder. His palette was local red sandstone, limestone trim, and tile roofs. However, by the 1990s much of the original identity of the campus had been lost and the University wanted it restored. Centerbrook approached Klauder’s work with respect, reinterpreting it in a fresh way, thus aesthetically paving the way for future campus buildings. The new Law School is composed of simple building forms which overlap one another in shifting symmetries.