The comforts of home don’t always translate to the office, although Denver-based cybersecurity company Optiv is enticing its locally based remote workers back to the office with a brand-new, state-of-the-art, 75,000-square-foot headquarters. The new location includes many of the comforts of home.
The idea for a pedestrian-oriented village at the base of Snowmass Ski Area has been percolating since the resort opened in 1967. The concept was first articulated by iconic Aspen architect and developer Fritz Benedict who helped draw up the initial plans, and it has been talked about ever since.
Several years ago I attended a lecture at the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design by Nader Tehrani, principal of the esteemed architecture firm NADAA and current dean of the The Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture at the Cooper Union.
Humans have a natural disposition to seek and to connect with nature and other forms of life. But people living in urban areas are becoming more disconnected from nature. Plant walls are an easy and stunning way to reconnect them to nature. Plant walls can improve people’s health and mood.
In case you missed it, the new “final” word on the much-maligned open-plan office was delivered in early July, the results of a study by Harvard researchers. Predictably, the findings revealed gaping holes in communication effectiveness and productivity of companies utilizing open-plan office spaces.
The distinctive 36-story 1670 Broadway building has framed the terminus of 17th Street for over 30 years. At the completion of original construction, the Amoco building, Columbia Plaza as it was then known, provided a high standard for office properties in Denver.
I’m sitting in a conference room at the south Denver offices of GH Phipps Construction and I notice mounted on a wall down the hallway: Our Mission Inspire, Lead, Deliver with Passion, Pride & Integrity.
In the booming RiNo Art District northeast of downtown Denver, The Source Hotel’s Nordic-meets-industrial design is a sleek, stark and ultimately apt counterpoint to the historic foundry-turned-food hall of the same name next door.
The combination of exceptional design and premium quality always emanates a certain sense of luster that’s hard to deny and easy to appreciate. In 2018, 50 Fifty, a new 185,000-square-foot office building, joined the Denver Tech Center skyline hoping to establish itself as a premier property among the area’s abundant competition.