Ponzio Arts Center at Colorado Academy‘s opening ceremonies were last week. Here are some photos taken during the opening, and links to articles about the spaces.
“Indeed, this new center for the Visual Arts boasts beautiful lines and well-designed studios with windows that look out on our world at CA, as well as flexible spaces that serve our present needs and look towards future creative endeavors and programmatic growth. It has a dedicated gallery space for our students’ shows as well as for bringing in guest artists to place works in residence. Children will think this is normal. It is simply their art building.” Continue reading
“First we entered the main floor, and before I could stop the dramatic gasp from escaping my lips, it tumbled right out. I can’t tell you a single source for my surprise, rather, the overall ethereal quality of the space was unexpected, and simply took my breath away.”
Butler, Meredith (2016, December 13) First Look: The Preacher’s Son Was Worth The Wait In Bentonville. NWA Eats. Full Article.
Ryan will be visiting each 9th & Colorado project individually during construction. Block 7 South progress is outlined with some great rendering/photo comparisons.
Dravitz, Ryan (2017, January 10) New Project: 9-CO Block 7S. Denver Infill Blog
Updated images of 9th & Colorado from Ryan now that demolition is 100% complete.
Dravitz, Ryan (2017, January 7) 9th & Colorado Project update. Denver Infill Blog
Ken has included interior, exterior and city view images of Dairy Block with the facade in place and the interior spaces taking shape.
Schroeppel, Ken (2016, October 30) Lower Downtown: Dairy Block Update #10. Denver Infill Blog
Ryan has included some images of Alexan Cherry Creek above ground. Three levels of underground parking are now complete and images show the first floor in progress.
Dravitz, Ryan (2016, August 16) Alexan Cherry Creek Update #3. Denver Infill Blog
“The Boathouse,” by Denver-based firm Shears Adkins Rockmore, a playful response to creating office space that captures a scale, character, and site response that appeals to Denver’s large millennial population and informal culture.
Mosenthal, Beth (2016, August 9). 6 New Builds in Denver’s Bourgeoning Metropolis. Interior Design Magazine. Full Article
Loveland-based developer McWhinney has announced that it will help redevelop a historic block in Denver’s LoDo, a block from Coors Field. Continue reading
Residents in one Denver apartment complex can “drop a beat” while they walk the stairs. Buttons on a new interactive staircase allow them to compose music while encouraging them to be active. And it’s all located in a building dedicated to providing affordable housing. Continue reading
A group of local developers has submitted concept plans to the city of Boulder for a redevelopment project that would bring 180,000 square feet of Class A office space and a 100-room hotel to the intersection of Baseline Road and 27th Way. Continue reading