The Fall Issue of Modern In Denver is out now. It’s our biggest (and most purple) issue yet. Check out some of the features inside and then go get yourself a copy (or two — get one for a friend). A few places you can find a copy: Tattered Cover Bookstores, Mod Livin’, Mod Mood, The Kirkland Museum, select Whole Foods and Sunflower Markets in Denver and Boulder, and Barnes and Noble Bookstores. You can also receive Modern In Denver in your mailbox by subscribing HERE.
Check out the new mapquest offices in LODO. Interior Architects (IA) created a new space for the web pioneering company that echoes the renovations made to their website and the direction the company is taking. Sick of cubicles? So were they and the alternative ignites creativity. Words by: Keith Marks.
Made In Co.
Step inside Jonathan Alpert’s Highlands home and see how buying local is done. Jonathan outfitted his house in mostly Colorado made goods, showcasing talented furniture designers from around our state. Modern In Denver caught up with five local companies to get a closer look at their spaces and designs. Words by: Bailey Ferguson.
Are you running low on creativity? Do you just feel like something is missing in your life? Do you fantasize about just packing up and hitting the road? Meet a few people who did just that – left their monotonous lives behind and found inspiration in their travels. Interested? You can do it too. Words: Cara Hines.
The Form House
Do you think a house can be partially modern and partially Victorian? See how this unlikely couple isn’t so unlikely after all. The Form House in Aspen, renovated by Rowland + Broughton, proves that a Victorian era home can have a modern twist. Words: Kristin McCartney Mann.
The Clyfford Still Museum
Modern In Denver got a sneak peek of the Clyfford Still Museum, which will be completed in November. We’ll help you brush up on your Clyfford Still history and let you in on what to expect when you visit the museum. Words: Kris Scott.
One of Denver’s most significant contemporary artists, Bill Amundson, has exhibited over 65 times in Colorado since 1980. His work amazes with exquisite detail and layers of social critique. Don’t miss your chance to get a limited edition print created for Modern In Denver! Words: Melissa Belongea.
Mile High Modern
Meet a real estate company that is devoted to saving mid-century modern architecture throughout Colorado. Peter Blank and Mile Hi Modern work with preservation in mind when connecting buyers with modern homes and the lifestyle they want to live. Words: Kelsey MacArthur.
Pool House Number 3
Say goodbye to summer and days at the pool with a look at Stapleton Pool House Number 3. The modern design by Renèe del Gaudio and Chris Davis, while at Semple Brown Design, is a piece of art in this traditional neighborhood. Graphic façade panels line the pool house, making it a piece of art during the off season. Words: Marissa Hermanson.
Building a Gem on Pearl
Boulder architectural firm, Tres Birds recently completed a space for Todd Reed that showcases their innovative jewelry designs and the unique aspects of their process. Mike Moore works closely with his clients to design buildings that speak to the inhabitants and don’t require expending our natural resources. Words: Kelsey MacArthur.
Husband and wife duo, Nicky and Stuart Alden are spreading their passion for screenprinting and impacting the community at the same time – Ink Lounge regularly hosts screenprinting workshops. Ink Lounge is one of twenty-eight Colorado creative businesses featured in the “Design By Colorado” exhibit at DIA. Words: Ben Dayton.