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water mural

6900 Layton

Denver, Colorado

project type
  • Corporate Office
  • Mixed Use
Region
  • Mountain West
Quick Facts:
  • The mural imagery was inspired by local water sources like the Platte River.

  • Artist Mindy Bray hired 2 assistants and spent 3 weeks on site to complete the painting.

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6900 Layton is a 15-story, mixed-use office space located near Denver’s popular Belleview Station. The building’s amenities include west-facing mountain views, a large fitness facility, communal workspaces, and ground-floor retail shops. Our team worked with local artist Mindy Bray to curate a large-scale, high-impact mural spread across two walls in the building’s ground floor.

Conveying the dynamic movement of water, Mindy’s mural offers viewers a “wow” moment that beckons them further into the space. She even created a digital design for the office’s large-screen monitor that mimics her mural, thus integrating seamlessly into the space’s interior design. Using bold strokes, layered colors, and abstract shapes, the mural creates an engaging environment that feels both inviting and invigorating.

“This mural is based on imagery of water in motion, from local rivers such as the Platte to public fountains. The shapes reference water as it flows, spills, sprays, and glints in the sun. The term superfluidity is found in fluid dynamics and describes a liquid with no viscosity that can change and respond to its environment rapidly. The piece is about adaptability and how the image moves freely through the architecture, tracing a dynamic path of visual movement.” – Mindy Bray

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