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August 13, 2014
Next weekend, the National Western Complex is going retro as the Denver Modernism Show returns August 22-24. Dozens of vendors will be selling a variety of vintage, mid-century, art deco, and retro art, furnishings, and objects. There will be guests, special lectures, hula girls, a tiki lounge, a Miss Modernism Pageant, and on Sunday, an...
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Historical wooden seating known as Tyrolean chairs (from their Austrian roots) get a contemporary makeover by designer Luca Nichetto. Simplified and clean, La-Dina is a solid seat made of ash wood that is simple to assemble, as well. “The legs are fixed into the solid wood of the seat, which in turn is secured to...
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Art is a story so expansive that seemingly narrow subjects take up whole libraries. Consider Show Time: The Most 50 Influential Exhibitions of Contemporary Art a helpful librarian who points you toward the best of the contemporary collection. Author Jens Hoffman, director of The Jewish Museum, argues that curation is now a relevant creative act...
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Prescient’s integrated construction platform offers one-stop shopping, from design to manufacturing with its automated engineering, welding robots, and barcoded assembly. It’s making building more efficient, more affordable, and eco-friendly. WORDS: BETH MOSENTHAL  IMAGES: CRYSTAL ALLEN If you were to visit the five-story, 73-unit B Street LoHi Building by Palisade Partners, Confluence Builders and Craine Architecture while under...
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