The latest boost for the Golden Triangle district
Exciting news today that one of our favorite places in Denver, the Kirkland Museum is moving near the DAM and Clyfford Still museum in the Golden Triangle. With a collection of 15,000 objects by some of the most recognized designers, the museum will double in gallery space to properly showcase its ample collection. Check out the article in the Denver Post.
Modern vignette featuring Bouloum Lounge Chair (1968) by Olivier Mourgue; small ceramic table by Donna Marecak; rug by Nanna Ditzel; Amoeba Coffee Table by Paul Frankl; Ant Chair by Arne Jacobsen; tiled console table by Gio Ponti; metal sculptures (l-r) by George Rickey, Bob Mangold, Harry Bertoia and Edgar Britton; paintings by Vance Kirkland.
The museum will be located within a block of the DAM and Clyfford Still Museum on 12th and Bannock and will have its own parking lot.