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A new 36,000 square foot, 22-classroom building for a private K-8 international language school in the revitalized Lowry neighborhood of Denver. The ISD desired a new architectural precedent to accommodate the expansive goals of their enrollment and curriculum. The new structure fits in by complementing the existing blonde brick of re-utilized Army/Airforce buildings, but is executed in a more modern fashion. Completion is slated for Summer 2014.
Considering the creative people, events and places of Carbondale... The Carbondale Creative Plan is based on strengthening business, artists and organizations in Carbondale, Colorado through collaboration, creativity and community. This plan focuses on: Wayfinding and Connectivity, Creative Industry Inventory, State Creative District Designation and Marketing Our Creative Zones. In the future, we will look at connecting with our greater Western Slope Region to boost tourism through art and agriculture. For more information on Creative District Designation please go to: http://www.coloradocreativeindustries.org/communities/creative-district-certification Your participation is important. Please explore this page and add some ideas and thoughts of your own, if appropriate!
The King Street Station and its interior decorative scheme were completed in 1906 by the Reed and Stem firm and over the decades have been slowly obscured by post‐historic renovations. EverGreene furnished and installed all labor, material, and equipment for the removal, cataloging, refurbishing, and reinstallation of historical ornate plaster. EverGreene plaster craftsmen began by carefully removing and cataloguing each historic plaster piece. The craftsmen then made molds of the historic ornament on site, and sculpted new ones where plaster damage was too extensive to salvage. Piece by piece, EverGreene re-created every plaster ornament and staged the pieces in queue for the reinstallation phase to minimize reinstallation time as much as possible. When Sellen finished the retrofit, EverGreene took over and began re-attaching the ornament and patching them together with historic pieces for a seamless effect. The entire interior was then painted a historically-accurate hi-gloss white.