Museum Residences – Private Residence 604

  • Category
    Interior Design
  • Size
    2,300 s.f.
  • Complete
    January 2007
  • Location
    Denver, Colorado

Art-inspired condos showcase Denver’s toniest residential architecture complex

The owners of unit 604 at downtown Denver’s Museum Residences wanted a sophisticated yet warm and personable home, in keeping with the philosophy of “gallery-inspired living” of the Residences. Overlooking the new Hamilton wing of the Denver Art Museum, this unit reflects the finesse of Davis Partnership Architects’ high-end residential designers, encompassing a deep appreciation for modern aesthetic line while maximizing the space pragmatics of design, storage, and display of art works the Residences is known for. The underlying organizational philosophy of the home is that spaces should be used flexibly, with potential to be communal or private. Sliding glass panels allow for privacy within a bedroom area yet, when open, allow flow into adjacent space. Open areas with commanding views of Denver and beyond from the double height windows also serve as cozy, versatile corners to read, eat, and entertain. The design of the spaces themselves enhances placements of art works, furniture, and personal effects to greatest visual advantage. [Read More]

Project Scope

  • Architecture
  • Interior Design
  • Residential

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