Leaf through the fall issue!
The fall issue of Modern In Denver includes a couple MID firsts. Explore what building your own space means through the lens of children’s book, Andrew Henry’s Meadow. Editor and writer Eleanor Perry-Smith, in her essay, Something from Nothing, reflects on what the importance of creating our personal spaces. Another new addition to MID — photographer Trevor Brown Jr. shot our first in a series of photo essays. Trevor and his three and a half year old son, Shaw spent some time in Denver museums and parks. Take a look at local art and architecture and imagine the world as a child does.
Keep thumbing through and discover the art of Gregory Euclide and the Highland’s home of artist Laura Krudener and her husband. Check out some of our favorite modern products in field study and figure out the best bookcase for your space. Ramp up on your plywood knowledge with an informative piece on the history of bent plywood and how it revolutionized modern furniture. Hungry for a new recipe? MID hooked up with Il Posto for our Ingredients section in a Poliform Varenna Twelve kitchen. And don’t miss our article about Lynnel’s work in the Sam Gary Library and new works by Susan Meyer.
Rake up your fall leaves and kick back and enjoy the fall issue!