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July 2, 2014
In our summer issue of Modern In Denver magazine, we featured a renovated modern ranch home in the Belcaro Park neighborhood. Wanting to know more about ranch homes and their history, we caught up with David Bell from Cool Ranch Colorado. Read on for his six fun facts about ranches.    1. Ranch style homes were the settings...
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At The Kitchen Next Door at 658 S. Colorado Blvd. in Glendale, Anthony Salazar or “Chef Sal” is serving beets in various ways from salads to beet burgers. “Beet burgers are my favorite,” said Door to Door Organics Resident Foodie Chris Clarke. “You can also put beets on top of a burger. It’s crazy good...
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WORKSHOP8 and Blue Spruce Design & Construction have transformed the Martin Plaza at the DAM to include a three-month participatory installation, called Summer Is…, a series of urban campfires, encouraging guests to pull up a tree stump, relax on the plaza, and exchange stories of summer with friends and family. And one of the urban camp settings...
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S’mores, stars, serene mountain views…at Modern In Denver, we love camping! And we dig it even more when we’re surrounded by well-designed gear that serves up both form and function. Here are a few of our favorite modern camping accessories for the camper who’s interested in going beyond roughing it. MON ONCLE GRILL The Mon...
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By Sarah Goldblatt, AIA Belcaro Park is one of Denver’s less documented midcentury neighborhoods. Rambling one-story “California Contemporary” ranches and modest post-war ranch-style homes populate the area’s tree-lined streets and gentle rolling hills that surround the historic Phipps mansion. Building new custom homes in this idyllic, inner-city setting has rivalled buying vintage and renovating. As a result,...
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Kimble Hobbs of Arch 11 wrote a post about Denver’s first modern house, above, built in 1935 by Casper Hegner. Read the story at the Arch 11 blog. 
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