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Andrew Henry's Meadow
On the surface it's a children's story, but a close look reveals that Andrew Henry's Meadow is a manifesto for the creation of modern spaces.  
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Stephanie Forsythe
Stephanie Forsythe, the 2012 Women in Design Keystone Speaker, is the co-founder of molo studio, a collaborative design and production studio in Vancouver, Canada. Writer Sarah Goldblatt caught up with Stephanie to ask her a few questions about her creative process prior to the event. Take a look and don't miss the opportunity to hear Stephanie speak...
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The fall issue of Modern In Denver includes a couple MID firsts. Rake up your fall leaves and kick back and enjoy the fall issue!
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Observing the materials and methods of groundbreaking landscape artist Gregory Euclide.  
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Join Modern In Denver and Mod Livin' at the Denver Film Society for the Architecture + Design Film Series. The Colorado premiere of this design documentary is on September 6th at 7:00pm at the Denver Film Center.
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The Denver Modernism Show is in its 7th year! This Friday, Saturday and Sunday experience dozens of vendors selling vintage and contemporary mid century, retro and art deco objects, art and furnishings.
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Denver Modernism Show tips from the one and only. Never been to the Denver Modernism Show? According to Charles Phoenix, eclectic entertainer, chef and author there isn't a "clunker" day during the modernism weekend. Friday night is the Miss Modernism Pageant and more of a party atmosphere, whereas Saturday is the day that Charles recommends you...
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American Craftsman and industrial designer Russel Wright revolutionized the domestic lifestyle for couples during the mid-century through his philosophy of “easier living.” Learn about his designs and philosophy in our design icon article from the summer issue.
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You are invited to the Cosentino Summer Party at Kitchens of the Denver.  Come enjoy a summer cocktail, sample an incredible Mediterranean menu from The Gourmet Spoon, and mingle with all of us at Modern In Denver, the Kitchens at the Denver and the Cosentino team.  There will be  lots of cool giveaways including a...
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Such a blast. We were so excited to spend last Thursday evening with over 350 Modern In Denver readers and supporters on the incredible 9th floor of the SPIRE building. It was a great night filled with luscious libations and incredible food served up by Phat Thai, ChoLon Bistro, Row 14 and Crave. We were...
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Envious of Kimberly Demmy's keen eye for simplistically hanging an art collection? Get in her head -- she gives us her top five tips for skillfully filling your space with art.
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Meet Jennifer Koskinen, the first slideshow in a series of Colorado creatives’ instagram shots. Jennifer, a local photographer takes instagram to the next level. A background in architecture gives her an eye for detail, capturing Denver architectural gems with her iPhone. Can’t get enough instagram? Follow Modern In Denver @modernindenver. Check out Jennifer’s website and...
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Step inside the beautiful Boulder abode of interior designer, Kimberly Demmy and see how she took a robust assortment of works, from museum worthy pieces to family sketches, and made them lighten up her space without weighing you down.
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It's time to take a bite of our summer issue. The latest issue has shaped up to be a great summer read. Pick your's up today!
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Get to know Alesso Modern Source before the Grand Opening of their new showroom on May 17th.
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When 50 years worth of National Geographic came into artist Hong Seon Jang’s hands, he did what anyone would’ve done. He recycled them. However, Hong Seon doesn’t think the way most others think, and recycling to him meant repurposing the massive swath of material in his studio as opposed to dumping it at some city...
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The timeline of domestic dwelling goes like this: childhood home, dingy dormitory, first cracker box apartment, better apartments, fixer-uppers, prefabs, and then finally, triumphantly, resoundingly, the pinnacle of American residence—the dream home. For many, this rite of passage is as terrifying as it is blissful. That’s because building something from scratch requires as many decisions...
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The details are fuzzy. We can make out the good-natured glow of a tiny crosswalk man in the painting’s left corner, who assures us it’s safe to proceed, still, something doesn’t feel right. Two distinct human figures are centered in the street scene. It’s unclear what they’re doing, but the digital looking date and time...
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READY FOR SPRING? The Spring Issue of Modern In Denver is OUT NOW! Get expert lighting tips, update your vase collection for spring flowers and get to know some of the Colorado movers and shakers in our profile issue.
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An inside look at the tres birds office project for Cactus Advertising.
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