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Denver Art Museum Featured in ARCHITECT

August 23, 2021

View of the restored elliptical entrance, with the renovated Martin Building on the right and the new Sie Welcome Center on the left

The renovation and expansion of Gio Ponti’s Denver Art Museum Martin Building, led by Machado Silvetti and Fentress Architects, was featured in ARCHITECT in an in-depth article covering the history and architectural significance of the building, as well as the more recently completed project, which will be officially opening later this October. The feature includes interviews with the Museum Director, Christoph Heinrich, and Machado Silvetti’s design team leaders, Jorge Silvetti and Stephanie Randazzo Dwyer.

Read the article here:
"The Rebirth of Gio Ponti's Denver Art Museum Tower", ARCHITECT

(Left) New revealed view of the Martin Building through the Ponti Hall oversized skylights; Restored Martin Building façade detail

The Denver Art Museum (DAM) will reopen its expanded and reimagined campus to the public with a free general admission day on October 24, 2021, unveiling all eight levels of its iconic Gio Ponti-designed Lanny and Sharon Martin Building (formerly referred to as the North Building), which originally opened to the public 50 years ago, and the new Anna and John J. Sie Welcome Center. The campus reopening coincides with the Martin Building’s 50th anniversary.

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