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ArtHouse’s Designs for 14th Street in Denver Post

ArtHouse’s Designs for 14th Street in Denver Post

ArtHouse Design’s work for the 14th Street Redevelopment project was recently featured in an article in the Denver Post. “For over 120 years, The Denver Post has been Colorado’s media leader. Adapting to the changing media market, The Post has transformed itself from a Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper…

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Ooh! Aah!

Ooh! Aah!

Come one, come all—this is a site to behold! It’s the time of year to salute new beginnings, moxie and journeys into uncharted territory. So gather friends and family around and enjoy the show: With 30 new projects, team biographies and more, there’s a whole…

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Walk This Way

Walk This Way

Who knew the old broad could look so good? Larimer Square, Denver’s oldest retail block, has always been a charming destination for fine dining and boutique gifts. But the grande dame of Denver retail just got a facelift and a sassy swagger. Presenting “The Walkway,”…

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14th Street Redevelopment

14th Street Redevelopment

Known as Denver’s “Ambassador Street” thanks to its wealth of visitor-friendly arts and culture attractions, 14th Street is currently receiving a makeover that will essentially roll out a 12-block red carpet for Denver’s visitors. These welcoming improvements include wider sidewalks and shorter crosswalks, bike-friendly improvements,…

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REVing Up

REVing Up

To meet the needs of the new, 10-building VA Medical Center in Aurora, Autodesk Revit has become the most recent weapon added to our wayfinding arsenal. The VA coordinators, a multi-team collaboration, brought Revit into the mix as a way to coordinate the architectural and…

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Screenprint Workshop  //  Ink Lounge

Screenprint Workshop // Ink Lounge

Marty, being a stellar boss and all-around fabulous human being, rented out Denver’s Ink Lounge for a Friday afternoon of beer, baby faces and ballpoint engines. We learned the quick and dirty basics of printing, got good and messy, and walked away with a pile…

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Pretty Paper Petticoats

Pretty Paper Petticoats

The 2011 Paper Fashion Show was a full house, boasting 1000 scintillated spectators and 60 custom paper creations. From their coiffed (or dreaded, or spiked) heads to their toes donning handmade paper shoes, each model was a walking work of art. Look for our entry…

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