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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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A short film on Mike Moore of tres birds.
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Get behind the scenes at a Modern In Denver photo shoot.
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Modern In Denver - Fall Issue OUT NOW!
The Fall Issue of Modern In Denver is out now. It's our biggest (and most purple) issue yet. Check out some of the features inside and then go get yourself a copy (or two -- get one for a friend).
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Meet the winners of the Denver Architectural League Modern House Ideas Competition.
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Bill Amundson Limited Print
The artwork for Bill Amundson’s first full-color limited edition print was created specifically for Modern In Denver Magazine, displaying characteristics the artist is widely known for that reference historic art as well as the built environment in an unabashed celebration of modernism.
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Destination: Inspiration
In the Fall 2011 issue of Modern In Denver Magazine, we take a look at how escaping your rut and experiencing something new can revive your creativity and your life. We are a culture of often overworked, overstressed, indebted, uninspired workers, and we yearn for something different. We explore the causes and effects of our...
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Alan Hess Q&A
Alan Hess is an architecture critic for the San Jose Mercury News and author of many books, including Googie and Palm Springs Weekend. Modern In Denver was able to ask Alan Hess a few questions about the history of Palm Springs and its major influential architects.
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Form House
Rowland + Broughton plays matchmaker with two styles few would attempt to combine: modern and Victorian. Their recent project, The Form House, proves this unlikely pairing can, after all, be a match made in architectural heaven.
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Bill Amundson
Bill Amundson has created his own unique world. From intricate drawings that expose his inner thinking, to the specific art market he has developed around his own work, to his extensive self- portrait collection, Amundson is literally a man of his own making.
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Roland Bernier
Words: Melissa Belongea / Images: Trevor Brown | Andrew Clark Studio Roland Bernier has a way with words. Not in the traditional sense of writing and composition, but by using words to convey his art. Bernier, who knew he wanted to be an artist from a very young age, has been making and studying art...
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Get to know Ben Robbins and his view on modern architecture.
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