ArtHouse Design played an integral role in the award-winning 14th Street Redevelopment project, working closely with the City of Denver to create monumental wayfinding, banners and informational kiosks for the 12 city blocks that run through the heart of the arts and theater district in downtown Denver. The success of the design is both informed by and highlights the cosmopolitan and urban environment of the neighborhood. The juxtaposition of historic Denver architecture and modern civic and cultural institutions inspired the ArtHouse team to incorporate sleek, modern architectural elements into the design, while evoking the stone and brick façades of many of the neighboring buildings through the use of subtle elements like granite pedestals. Read more
The success of this urban branding and wayfinding system has been and continues to be integral to the vitality of the neighborhood and the development of Downtown as a whole. ArtHouse won a 2013 GDUSA American Graphic Design Awards Award of Recognition and a 2014 Graphis Design Annual Award of Recognition for this innovative project.