Coler Mountain Bike Preserve has been announced as an Architecture MasterPrize award winner, selected as “Best of Best” in the recreational category.
The Architecture MasterPrize (AMP) is an international program that celebrates the very best in design, excellence and innovation from the worlds of architectural, interior and landscape design. It honors the talents of those who push boundaries and set new standards, and who turn the ordinary into the extraordinary.
Coler has been given this prestigious AMP award, acknowledging its “combined aesthetic sensibility derived from the Ozark vernacular,” and its “thoughtfully crafted series of pavilions, bridges, campsites and ride elements.”
Congratulations to Modus Studio (design company), Trailblazers, and the entire design and construction team led by Architect, Chris Baribeau.
Coler Mountain Bike Preserve is a community space provided by Peel Compton Foundation, whose mission is to connect the community through nature, education, recreation and preservation. For more information, click here.