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Workplace Strategy Week – AI in the Workplace

IA's Kristoffer Tendall holds a panel discussion with Regan Donoghue (Newmark Knight Frank), Robert Kiely (Analog Devices), Alex Serriere (Teecom), and Dr. Aymee Coget (Happiness for HumanKIND) to discuss AI and its impact on the workplace, those who work there and our industry.


January 18, 2019
Source Hotel

Source Hotel, instant icon

Straight to the Source. The Source Hotel, that is. I put Stephen Dynia on the spot by asking him if he thought the soaring Source Hotel in the River North Art District would be considered an iconic building. ”I hope it is,” replied the architect, principal of Dynia Architects and the designer of the $50…

Kris Oppermann Stern

July 23, 2018
Bell Tower

Bell Tower site under contract

Bell Tower, if it had been built, arguably would have been the most architecturally unique tower ever to have graced Denver’s skyline. “The striking design and highly visible location will make it an instant landmark,” Ken Schroeppel, the creator of DenverInfill.com, told me in February 2009, when I was the real estate editor of the Rocky…

Kris Oppermann Stern

May 16, 2018

Are boom times leaving quality design behind?

Three years ago, Denver architect Jeff Sheppard dropped a bomb on our civic ego in a Denver Post op-ed titled, "Denver is a great city, so why the bad buildings?" He noted that while the city is "infilling" at a record pace and


February 19, 2018

Context key for architect Craine

Context is everything when architect Dan Craine is designing buildings in Denver’s urban neighborhood, and even in suburban locales like Castle Rock and Arvada. But context doesn’t mean that every new building is necessarily the size and height of what has gone before it, according to Craine, principal and founder of his namesake firm, Craine…

Kris Oppermann Stern

February 7, 2018

Straka shaped Denver

In August 1990, I walked a desolate row of Lower Downtown Denver scattered with broken wine bottles scattered by street people, warehouses, auto body shops and brown fields that would have been green if anyone cared enough to water them. It was part of my Who Owns the Block series at the Rocky Mountain News.…

Kris Oppermann Stern

January 8, 2018

Office future conference draws Microsoft, TIAA execs

Kindell Williams is managing director of the Denver office of IA Interior Architects, a firm that employs 600 in 19 offices. “Out of our Denver office, we do work for national, global and local clients,” Williams noted. With that kind of perspective, Williams has the pulse of the real estate needs of corporate clients. On Nov.…

Kris Oppermann Stern

October 23, 2017

Architect Anderson champion of historic buildings, sustainability

Architect John David “Andy” Anderson had a message for Arnold Schwarzenegger. “We are very careful not to let people tear buildings down,” Mr. Anderson said in 1995, as the head of the powerful board called the Lower Downtown Design and Demolition Review Board.

Kris Oppermann Stern

May 30, 2017

Schroeppel addresses urban issues

Denver seems to be getting a bad rap for new ugly buildings.

Kris Oppermann Stern

February 28, 2017