SUMMER IS IN THE AIR!
The summer issue of Modern In Denver is here! Featuring not one, but two covers, the summer 2016 issue is our biggest one yet. Inside, you’ll find stories on modern architecture from residential to commercial, featuring Charles Deaton’s Key Savings and Loan Association building, a look at the interior design of OtterBox, a spotlight on the “Women of Abstract Expressionism” exhibit at the Denver Art Museum, street art transformed into macarons, and an architectural travel guide to New York City. But there’s more! This issue is particularly important, as it includes a preview of Denver Design Week—an eight-day showcase of architecture, interiors, technology and design coming to Colorado July 8-15. Join us during DDW to celebrate good design and in the meantime, enjoy the issue! Take a sneak peek below and find a copy at one of 300+ retail locations to see it all!
Our awe-inspiring roundup of gadgets, modern accessories, and other items you didn’t know you needed.
MID’s first-hand account of the best and boldest furniture from the world’s preeminent furniture exhibition, Milan’s Salone del Mobile.
ONE IN A MILL-ION
The renovation of a luxury residence in the historic Flour Mill Lofts provides the perfect excuse to marvel at distinctly modern architecture and interiors—while revisiting the building’s eccentric, iconic legacy.
THE ITALIAN JOB
A Colorado native who cut her teeth in Italy’s fashion industry debuts her newest venture: a luxury hide-on-hair rug that can be anything you want it to be.
BRIGHT, VIVID, AND STRONG
Abstract Expressionism is widely considered the first fully American art movement, fueled by legends like Rothko, Still, and Pollock. But a new exhibit premiering at the Denver Art Museum shines a light on their wildly under-appreciated female contemporaries.
DESIGNING INSIDE THE BOX
Fort Collins-Based company OtterBox has grown exponentially in recent years. Creating a new facility for their engineers required a strict adherence to the corporate identity that made them successful in the first place.
Don’t know the name Charles Deaton? He’s the man behind some of Colorado’s most iconic buildings, including the Key Savings and Loan Association building on South Broadway.
TAPPING INTO THE FUTURE
Molson Coors’ new corporate headquarters in downtown Denver marries traditional elements of the company’s storied past with contemporary perks for a modern workforce. (There’s also free beer.)
SPECIAL SECTION: DENVER DESIGN WEEK
Our city’s top creative minds come together this July to celebrate and elevate good design in our community. Because good design leads to better living … for everyone.
A team of international experts came together to seamlessly blend a world-class modern kitchen into a luxurious Colorado mountain home. Welcome to Colorado, Boffi.
The Painted City Series has local artists swapping out street murals for delicious, hand-crafted macarons. Let the culinary creation begin.
The problem? As more people opt for smaller living spaces, kitchens are getting the squeeze. The solution? A diminutive all-in-one unit that packs a surprisingly big punch.
TRAVEL BY DESIGN: MANHATTAN
The New York City skyline is changing at a rapid pace, which makes now a great time to take an architectural vacation to the city that never sleeps. We’ve got you covered with a detailed list of must-see buildings—past, present, and future.