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The Mid-Century and Modern Home Tour on September 30 provides visitors the chance to view six homes sprinkled throughout Wheat Ridge that are archetypal examples of mid-century and modern architecture and design. From vintage mid-century models to those renovated or restored back to modern style, this tour showcases the diverse styles within Wheat Ridge. Take...
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Modern In Denver is proud to present an exclusive advance screening of the new documentary, “Eero Saarinen: The Architect Who Saw the Future,” followed by a live Q&A with Director of Photography (and Eero’s son), Eric Saarinen. The film headlined opening night at New York’s Architecture and Design Film Festival last month, and while it...
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With more than 800 exhibitors, Cersaie (chur-SIGH) is a world-renowned international event featuring the newest and best in ceramic tile and bathroom furnishings. Last month, Modern in Denver joined national publications including Architectural Record, Elle Decor, Azure, and Interior Design Magazine for a firsthand look at the festivities. Over the course of three jam-packed days,...
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 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...
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Craig Rouse, the man behind the graphic design By Heather Shoning  Design After Dark is a one-of-a-kind annual event that brings together over a thousand people from the design and arts community to celebrate, raise money and  elevate awareness for the Department of Architecture, Design and Graphics at the Denver Art Museum. On January 31st,...
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LITTLE SHOP, BIG STYLE  WORDS: Heather Shoning  • IMAGES: Trevor Brown Jr.   [dropcap type=”circle” color=”#fdfefe” background=”#33b9cc”]L[/dropcap]ON Little Shop is a breath of fresh design. Vail native, Lon McGowan, left sunny Colorado for Seattle—marketing degree in hand—to begin a career steeped in design. However, it would be a downtown loft with high ceilings, exposed bricks...
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