Denver Art Museum: interior view

Denver Art Museum: interior view
interior design gallery

Image by Penn State Libraries Pictures Collection
Title : Denver Art Museum
Other title : Denver Art Museum
Creator : Studio Daniel Libeskind; Davis Partnership Architects
Creator role : Architect
Date : 2003-2006
Current location : Denver, Colorado, United States
Description of work : The Frederic C. Hamilton Building consists of geometric, titanium-clad angles, which reflect the nearby Rocky Mountain peaks and rock crystals. Visitors enter the building into the 120 foot-high El Pomar Grand Atrium. The Building features a sharply cantilevered sections that juts across a major Denver street toward the original 1971 North building designed by Gio Ponti and Denver based James Sudler Associates. An enclosed glass and steel bridge links the two structures and provides access to the new Duncan Pavilion, an indoor/outdoor event space. (Source: Denver Art Museum,, Accessed 01/14/2010.)
Description of view : Interior view of how an exhibition is displayed using the unique angled walls of the space.
Work type : Architecture and Landscape
Style of work : Contemporary: Deconstructivist
Culture : American
Materials/Techniques : Stone
Source : Pisciotta, Henry
Date photographed : April 2008
Resource type : Image
File format : JPEG
Image size : 2304H X 3072W pixels
Permitted uses : This image is posted publicly for non-profit educational uses, excluding printed publication. Other uses are not permitted. For additional details see:
Collection : Worldwide Building and Landscape Pictures
Filename : WB2009-0328 DAMInterior.JPG
Record ID : WB2009-0328
Sub collection : museums
Copyright holder : Copyright Henry Pisciotta

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