Archive for the ‘architecture’ Category

Standing on Navajo Street looking towards Confluence Park on the northwest edge of downtown. An almost completed thirty-four story luxury apartment building next to Confluence Park can be seen behind a crane on a new project rising in the Highlands neighborhood.

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A Pic A Day 24

The recently opened three-story Mercedes-Benz of Denver which, ironically, is in Glendale. There’s a massive new BMW dealership two doors south. Both are owned by the same corporation.

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LoDo (Lower Downtown Denver)

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A Pic A Day 19

Renovated office building in southeast Denver.

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Detail of the Clyfford Still Museum facade.

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A Pic A Day 15

The Beauvallon is one of the most hated buildings in Denver. Countless lawsuits were filed over construction and design flaws. At one point, the entire exterior was torn off and rebuilt while people lived in the condos. It may photograph well, but in person, the stucco exterior looks cheap. The developer fled Denver and now resides in Manhattan.

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A Pic A Day 13

Plain versus ornate.

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Building detail on Canyon Drive in Santa Fe, NM.

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A Pic A Day

It has come to my attention that people are posting a picture every day in May. I’m late to the party. Here are three pictures to catch me up.

Cranes in the Golden Triangle on Friday night. The picture was taken as I was leaving Walker Fine Art. It’s foggy because it was snowing

Flower save from death by snow.

King of the mountain:

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Cloudy Friday

I snapped this picture of two cranes in Cherry Creek on my way to the galleries last night. They are hidden behind the utility poles and wires. It was a cloudy and rainy Friday. I saw some great art which I’ll share in the next post.

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