The new issue has arrived—our biggest yet at 146 pages! It’s our music issue, and we’re excited to share an essay on music and architecture along with speakers and accessories fit for any audiophile. We also feature a few drool-worthy homes along with profiles of innovators who are changing the landscape of manufacturing and construction. Pick up a copy today or subscribe to see the latest hip accessories, biking gadgets, and to find out the new food trend in Denver. We’re also honored to present a photo essay of abandoned mega-mall, Cinderella City, shot by Ron Pollard just before its demolition. See what else we’ve packed in this issue:
New products we love! This issue includes bright and fun summer accessories and seating that packs plenty of punch.
COVER STORY: RANCH REPRISE
What happens when homeowners of a ranch in the Belcaro neighborhood want to expand? This beautiful tucked-away second story! Pick up a copy to see the full photo tour of a unique take on this midcentury gem right here in Denver.
OUR MUSIC ISSUE!
It’s a first for Modern In Denver: We published an essay exploring the intersection of music and architecture through the decades. When he wasn’t listening to every one of Rolling Stone‘s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time, author Kevin Janowiak tackled this piece, which includes artists from Miles Davis to Radiohead and prominent architects through the ages.
Keeping the beat, we scouted the music scene for personal speakers that marry both form and function. Dive into the summer issue to see some of the most unique products on the market right now.
A second home in southern Colorado became much more when Gettliffe Architecture took on this eco-friendly project, which nestles into its environment in the most complementary way.
Our Ingredients section is all about food, and we’ve covered quite the variety in our summer issue. Read how restaurants and even breweries are working with Denver’s latest food trend—beets—and how two students have invented an aquaponic appliance. From the latest gizmos and gadgets to a new kitchen at an office in Boulder, it’s all about food.
A PERFECT MATCH
A business has been born in Colorado making over the manufacturing world. Have a creative idea? This web-based service called BriteHub will match you to manufacturers helping you to scale up. Pick up the summer issue to see how both designers and manufacturers are benefiting from this new tool.
FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT ROOTS IN CO
Granddaughter of Frank Lloyd Wright, Elizabeth Wright Ingraham made a name for herself as an architect, educator, and activist in Colorado Springs. The summer issue shares her dynamic story along with a photo collection of her work in Colorado.
A NEW APPROACH TO CONSTRUCTION
Prescient’s new construction platform is changing the construction industry with automated engineering, robots, and barcoded assembly. Read about how their method is making building more efficient and eco-friendly.
GEAR FOR YOUR GEARS
The weather is warm, and it’s time to ride in style! From the latest in safety gadgets and modern accessories, we’ve got you covered for biking all summer long.
Cinderella City was the largest mall west of the Mississippi, and it was right in our backyard. Englewood’s famed megastructure was short-lived, and photographer Ron Pollard roamed the vacant property with his lens just before its demise. This photo essay is one of a kind; grab an issue to see the haunting images and a flashback from when Cinderella City was in its prime.