The Economics Building, located on the edge of campus bordering Broadway, is done in CU's "Klauder style." Charles Z. Klauder, from Philadelphia, is the University of Colorado's most notable architect for the Boulder campus. He developed the Boulder campus' over-arching architectural style (Tuscan vernacular), characterized by red-tile roofs and flagstone facades, a style which gives the University a cohesive beauty throughout. Obviously, the Economics Building houses CU's Department of Economics. Model created by Crystal V. Olin.