Colorado Chautauqua - National Historic Park
The Chautauqua movement of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries brought together adults for educational assemblies and recreational retreats throughout rural America. Mundus Bishop’s master plan and rehabilitation design for the campus provides guidance on site design, rehabilitation of features, materials use, and the incorporation of sustainable technologies. Rehabilitation design included repair and replacement of circulation routes and plantings throughout the park, promoting Chautauqua Park as the “greenest National Historic Landmark.” Mundus Bishop continues to consult with the park on design needs. Chautauqua Park won the Merit Award for Planning and Urban Design from ASLA Colorado in 2006; and the Preservation Award from Boulder Heritage Round Table in 2004.