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A tour of the Italian influenced remodel of the Cherry Creek Diesel store.
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The 8 foot house. Sounds small, right? Think again. The only thing that is small about this house is the amount of waste produced during the building process. William Buyers of 720 Design has big ideas about how to cut out scraps. Buyers has been a one man show for ten years – he is the architect and...
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Do you ever feel like you have no time for you? No time away from technology? No time to be creative just because? Maybe you should consider taking a creative weekend getaway just for you -- that is what the Makerie is all about. We caught up with Ali Dejohn, creator of the Makerie, to...
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There are only a few more days to experience Recalcitrant Mimesis, an installation by Liz Miller at David B. Smith Gallery. If you missed the reception and artist talk get caught up with our Q&A with Liz Miller and don't miss out on seeing her unique installation.
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Heart Art is around the corner -- want more information? We caught up with this year's director, Felix Sanchez, to ask him a few questions about Heart Art's past eighteen years and get insider information about this year's event!
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In anticipation of Design After Dark we caught up with Darrin Alfred, Denver Art Museum curator. Curious about bespoke? Take a sneak peak of what is to come on Friday, February 10th. Tickets are available now and at the door.
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Amy Hunting’s Felt & Gravity Collection became the epicenter of her first solo exhibition in RAMgalleri in Oslo in 2011. Her work reevaluates the three-dimensional form of creation, represented in her pieces whose simple wooden structures display loops of colorful felt. These storage units reveal postulation in the exterior. As stated in the name, the...
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Magnaclips, known for their practical home décor, released a flagship product line that features magnetic discs with a metal tie-back strip designed to hold curtains and drapes in place with a modern flourish. The Leno collection boasts zero installation that suits any style home, emboldened by limited materials. This basic, lightweight design allows easy adjustment:...
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spooled
Recognizing the constant overflow of wires on desks and in bags, The Other Edge created Spooled to protect ear buds and organize the cords. Made of silicone, the design mimicks the design of wooden thread spools. By placing the ear buds in the protective center and the jack through the bottom hole, you can securely...
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Kenji Ashizawa built the Drawer Shelf to develop the functionality of furniture in a given space. The sliding motion of the wooden drawers minimalizes the appearance of a large storage space. The rails in the piece are constructed from bent and straight plates. Ordinarily hidden in dresser drawer furniture, the rails in the Drawer Shelf...
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desede bedside companion
The Companions Bedside Table is designed by Studioilse and manufactured by De La Espada. De La Espada is a design management firm managing De La Espada as well as five other brands. The Companions family of furniture is designed to support daily life. Companions Bedside, available in two heights, is constructed in solid chestnut with a removable...
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In celebration of the Clyfford Still Museum opening, David B. Smith Gallery in partnership with the museum proudly presents a unique, site specific installation of works by Liz Miller. The exhibition, Recalcitrant Mimesis, uses Still’s erratic brushstrokes as a starting point. From there Miller uses a variety of materials -- paper, felt, foam, and other...
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cubed bench
Rock Paper Tree Design specializes in residential and commercial handcrafted pieces. Based in Vancouver, Rahim Tejani leads the creation of sustainable designs which represent the integration of simplicity and nature. The preservation of nature anchors Rock Paper Tree Design’s perspective.
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The Klassiker Chair is Minwoo Lee’s first lounge chair design, built to leave an impression for inhabitants. The bending wood on the back of the chair is ashwood, highlighted with an oil finish. The Klassiker Chair simplicistically offers high quality architecture.
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Florent Bouhey Fayolle, currently a student at École cantonale d’art de Lausanne, created the Sun Container to capture solar energy to store and regularly release heat. The Sun Container is a 120W passive heater, storing heat in the slate fins that later release through the upper vents in the top of the insulating glass cloche.
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David Ross constructed the Lily Chair to encourage informal dining in living spaces that may not be able to accommodate permanent dining areas. The Lily Chairs are plyformed stacking chairs: when stacked, they function as a single chair, when separated, they function as two separate chairs. The designer hopes to increase a sense of wellbeing...
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The Winter Issue of Modern In Denver is out now! It has everything you want for your holiday downtime! You might be interested in our intensive research into modern pet products, iPhone apps that Denver Creatives are using or the State of the Art(ificial) Grass. Be sure to cozy up next to the fire to...
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Sebastian Bergne designs objects that innovate while maintaining their functionality. The star, indented with letters that represent that days of the week, rotates to show the day of the month as well as the date. French letters mark one side of the star, and English letters mark the other. The numbers are spaced one centimeter apart,...
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Pool, a design company currently focused on a collection of furniture, showcased work in the 2011 International Furniture Fair as part of the French Cultural Institute. The role of environmental objects and the multiplicity of design combine as fundamental principals for Pool. The Wryneck Table epitomizes these concepts, highlighting the variation of the hues in...
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Q&A conducted with Bill Amundson, one of Denver’s most significant contemporary artists. Modern In Denver asked Bill a few questions in light of his solo exhibition, Blurred Vision, opening on Friday.
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