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The design for the North Building project was conceived by Fentress Architects of Denver and Machado Silvetti of Boston. Inspired by the building’s original architect, Gio Ponti, the design plan references shapes and volumes in Ponti’s original design, adapted to suit the needs of today’s museum visitors and beyond.
Learn more about the vision for this iconic Denver structure during these free lectures by the architects.
There will be two presentations of the lecture, at 3 pm and 5:30 pm. The lecture is free, but advance registration is required. Note: Entry to museum galleries requires separate general admission ticket.
To learn more about the North Building project, visit denverartmuseum.org/north.
The North Building project will expand the museum’s ability to serve the public, welcome guests to our city, and preserve and present priceless works of art from cultures around the world and throughout history for generations to come.
For more information, e-mail email@example.com or call 720-865-5000.
Image: The Denver Art Museum’s iconic North Building, the first and only U.S. structure designed by Gio Ponti. James Florio, photographer.