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DAIRY
BLOCK
OFFICES

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The Story

project type
  • Corporate Office
  • Mixed Use
Region
  • Mountain West
Quick Facts:
  • 8 artworks

  • 3 elevator installations using unique treatment to allow artist to paint directly onto steel doors

  • 8 foot high x 15 foot wide mixed media commission

  • Links the site’s past to its present

  • A part of the mixed use Dairy Block space, connecting with The Maven Hotel, Dairy Block Alley, and Kachina Restaurant for an integrated art experience

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Once home to the Windsor Dairy, the Dairy Block is a unique micro-district in Denver’s historic Lower Downtown neighborhood. As part of the mixed-use redevelopment with The Maven Hotel and activated pedestrian alley, the upstairs office space continues the Dairy Block’s immersive, dynamic experience. The new collection of artworks allow for surprise around every corner, along with artworks of great scale. With playful nods to the Dairy Block’s history as Windsor Dairy, these are juxtaposed with large-scale museum-quality works which carry with them just the right amount of sophistication. Their new collection proudly helps position the building as one of the most progressive corporate spaces in Downtown Denver with its depiction of artistic historical references, local history, and present day utilitarian space.

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Martha Weidmann

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