The Winter issue of MID is full of stories to keep you warm this winter.
Check out the first ever MID crossword puzzle. Whether crosswords are your cup of tea or not this puzzle is sure to spike your interest — it is full of clues and answers that pertain to the wider design world as well as people and places featured in this issue of MID. Who knows, you could be one of the answers! Step inside the Gildar Gallery and get to know past Illiterate Magazine publisher Adam Gildar. The new gallery on South Broadway has been open just under a year and will soon be offering artists an opportunity to work in the space below the gallery for three months before being featured in a show upstairs. Enter the American Institute of Architects new offices and see what goes into building a space for 2,200 members of Colorado’s architecture profession and how Studio B and Hutton Architecture Studio got the job done. Walk through a mid-century remodel by Design Platform. Get an insider look into the decisions made to keep this home true to its modernist past, while updating it for the way we live life today. How has the modern office advanced with technology? And what is to come? We cover it all from desk chairs to new ways people are collaborating. Get ideas for your business and stay abreast of how our work space is evolving. Love the first photo essay in the fall issue? In our second photo essay Crystal Allen gives us a glance into glamour gracing the pages with a beautiful model and a few well know modern seats.
Warm up with a few of our favorite fireplaces. Need to freshen up your fireplace? Don’t have a fireplace, but want one? We have you covered. Pull out the marshmallows and graham crackers. Maybe a fireplace isn’t your thing — warm up with a modern quilt — we’ll introduce to you to a new modern quilt magazine that is published right here in Colorado. Spruce up your space with practicality and get where you’re going on time. Spell out the time or kick it old school with an updated hour glass clock. Hungry for a hearty meal? cafe|bar chef Eric Rivera prepared a fall duck for MID in the Roth Living culinary center. Take a stab at the recipe or head over to the Wash Park neighborhood for a fine dining experience that won’t break the bank. Are you part of the photo population that is always snapping pics of your pup or dinner or that great sunset? Check out a few phone shots from Colorado creatives and see what their eye sees. Take a look inside the homes of Mile Hi Modern founders Peter Blank and Craig Mayer. They don’t just talk the talk — their homes, while separated by the Pacific Ocean, Craig lives in Hawaii, speak to the very essence of modern. Have you noticed the new SpringHill Suites while driving along Auraria Parkway? Go inside with our story about Metro University’s state-of-the-art learning center that gives students a chance to practice what they learn in a real way. And make sure to peruse the Field Study pages and maybe add a couple last minute gifts to your Christmas list. There are definitely some stocking stuffer worthy items in this spread.
Cuddle up with the winter issue of MID.