Design Intent: Finding clarity defines tenor, tempo and destination in design
Architecture is art and inherently art is rather ambiguous. From the intersection of program, profit and possibility, finding a meaningful point of view that remains both discernable and relevant deep into the future is no small order. David Daniel, a principal with Denver’s Davis Partnership Architects, doesn’t like to do it any other way and feels the process is as important as the purpose.
Building DialogueJune 10, 2019
Prism: From parking lot to jewel box
For decades the corner of 17th and Curtis streets in downtown Denver was nothing more than parking lot. It had an ATM. You probably parked there once or twice. I know I did. Well, like many lots that once inhabited downtown Denver, this one was destined for greater things as Denver’s building boom exploded.
Building DialogueDecember 10, 2018
GE Johnson tops out Prism building in downtown Denver
The Prism building, which was designed by Davis Partnership Architect, is a nine-story, core-and-shell office building development being led by Shea Properties. The office building of more than 100,000 square feet completes the build-out of the block between 17th and 18th streets, along Curtis Street, and is directly adjacent to The Quincy.
Kris Oppermann SternAugust 6, 2018