SUMMER ISSUE OF MODERN IN DENVER!
Summer is here and the NEW Modern in Denver Magazine is Available Everywhere!
Cool off with our biggest issue yet—174 pages of art, architecture, design, and Colorado creatives! In it, we’ve packed 30 pages of summer travel and living, whether that means lounging on your patio or renting a Frank Lloyd Wright for the weekend. That’s right, in addition to modern outdoor furniture and design-centric summer reads, we’ve curated a list of 50 well-designed vacation rentals, including a few FLW properties. (You can even stay at Bauhaus!) But that’s not all. Pick up a copy today for an architectural profile of the new Corky Gonzales Library, a story of an artist who paints with houseflies, a photo essay that’s all about food, and an in-depth interview with sculptor Deborah Butterfield, whose artwork is on display at the Denver Botanic Gardens. If that’s not enough, we’ve included our first op-ed piece “Modern is Not a Style,” stirring conversation on architecture from Arch11. It’s another diverse issue—all anchored in design.
ARCHITECTURE FIRM STUDIOTROPE WOVE THE TEXTURE AND COLOR OF WEST DENVER’S NEIGHBORHOOD INTO THE NEW RODOLFO “CORKY” GONZALES LIBRARY, RESULTING IN ARE INVENTED COMMUNITY HUB.
SUMMER TRAVEL + LIVING
WE’VE CURATED 30 PAGES OF WELL-DESIGNED VACATION RENTALS, OUTDOOR FURNITURE, AND SUMMER READING TO HELP YOU GET AWAY, WHETHER THAT MEANS LOUNGING ON YOUR MODERN PATIO OR RENTING A FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT FOR THE WEEKEND.
A LANTERN ON BROADWAY
WHEN ANTHEM BRANDING OUTGREW ITS HEADQUARTERS, SURROUND ARCHITECTURE DELIVERED A CUSTOM-BUILT SPACE IN BOULDER THAT DOESN’T SKIMP ON CEILING-TO-FLOOR GLASS.
ANY GIVEN MASTERPIECE
RAUSCHENBERG, DALI, MIRO. THESE ARE ALL HOUSEHOLD NAMES—QUITE LITERALLY—TO LYNN HEITLER, WHOSE HOME WALLS DON A MUSEUM-WORTHY ART COLLECTION. HAVE A PEEK AT THE MASTERPIECES.
RECIPE FOR RENOVATION
WHAT DO YOU GET WHEN YOU TAKE A HOME FROM 1913, COMBINE IT WITH A 1977 ADDITION, AND THROW IN A HEAPING HELPING OF MODERN INSPIRATION? INGREDIENTS FOR COOKING UP AN ECLECTIC BULTHAUP KITCHEN, COMPLETE WITH AN ISLAND BEER TAP.
THIS SUMMER, THE DENVER BOTANIC GARDENS HAVE BECOME HOME TO SCULPTOR DEBORAH BUTTERFIELD’S LARGEST EXHIBIT YET. READ OUR IN-DEPTH INTERVIEW WITH THE ARTIST ON “THE NATURE OF HORSES” INSTALLATION.
MODERN IS NOT A STYLE
OUR NEW “DESIGN CONVERSATIONS” COLUMN PROVIDES A PLATFORM TO STIR DISCUSSION ON ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN. IN THIS ISSUE, ARCH11 CHALLENGES READERS TO MOVE BEYOND MERE NOSTALGIA WHEN IT COMES TO MODERNISM.
TUNE IN FOR OUR FAVORITE TECH GADGETS, MODERN ACCESSORIES, AND WELL-DESIGNED ADORNMENTS.
ARCHITECTING AN APPETITE
PHOTOGRAPHER CRYSTAL ALLEN CAPTURES THE CREATIVE CUISINE OF CHEF LINDA HAMPSTEN FOX, WHO CREATED DESIGN-CENTRIC DISHES FOR THIS FRESH PHOTO ESSAY.
ONE LAST THING
We’re smitten with the Floating House Shelves from Judson Beaumont.
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