Looking Glass: Financial House is Cherry Creek North’s 1st All-Glass Building
The facade of Financial House stands out. It’s the first all-glass building in Cherry Creek North.The eight-story, 70,000-square-foot office tower might just be a harbinger of things to come in Denver’s toniest neighborhood.
Building DialogueMay 31, 2019
New Trends in Hospitality Lighting Design
Designing lighting for hospitality environments is ultimately about helping guests feel welcome and comfortable through creating a feeling of “home away from home.” But as demographics shift, hospitality brands have begun focusing on millennials and their preferences as well. Because millennials tend to travel a lot, are quick to jump on new technologies.
Building DialogueMay 24, 2019
Community by Design: Creating Space to Encourage Social Interaction and Connection
What is community? As designers and builders, when we think about communities, we often think about the streets, homes, sidewalks, signs, parks and other buildings that help define the physical aspects of a place. We spend countless hours ensuring that the “vision” of a new neighborhood comes together.
Building DialogueMay 17, 2019
One Weapon in the War for Talent May be Your Brand
What is the return on investment of branding your workplace? To answer this, it is first important to recognize that most companies and subsequently their brands are facing herculean challenges today.
Building DialogueMay 12, 2019
Ent Center for the Arts: Collision of Performing Arts, Community and Academia
Driving north out of Colorado Springs, the mountains have competition. The sleek glimmer of metal panels and eye-catching curves of the Ent Center nearly demand your attention. The building’s exterior is a showpiece, it too has competition – the interior.
Building DialogueMay 5, 2019
Sustainable Hot Springs Facility Design Brings New Life to Colorado Tourism
The vast majority of thermal hot springs in our country flow abundant in the western half. These “healing waters” have provided rejuvenation and relaxation to people through the ages. Today, innovative design and planning at these facilities help them evolve to bring joy to new generations.
Building DialogueApril 28, 2019
Find Stability in MF Development: Take Long-Term Investment Approach
If one thing is certain in today’s unpredictable development market, it’s that nothing is certain. Tariffs, fluctuating interest rates, labor shortages and rising costs all have contributed to one of the more volatile markets in recent memory.
Building DialogueApril 22, 2019
It’s a Brave New World in Health Care Design Today
Seeking to attract healthy patients as well as the sick, health care providers strive to deliver a continuum of care to a population that is growing in quantity and increasing in age. Patients, empowered with choice and well-versed in comparison shopping, seek value and convenience from their health care providers.
Building DialogueApril 14, 2019
Page moves into Republic Plaza
On the heels of its 10th anniversary in downtown Denver, Page has moved its growing team to the top floor of the city’s tallest building, the iconic Republic Plaza. With window-lined walls, the new office of the international architecture and engineering firm is filled with light and embraces dramatic views of the mountains.
Building DialogueApril 7, 2019
Smart Cities Require the Context of Their People
Have you ever noticed that after you buy a new car, you start to notice that model of car everywhere you look? That phenomenon wears off about the same time that the car stops being a shiny new toy and simply becomes a dependable means of getting from point A to point B. I like to think about the city the same way, less shiny new toy and more dependable. But lately it is as if I bought a new city called “smart” because everywhere I look, I see this idea of a smart city.
Building DialogueApril 1, 2019