Tucked away on the ground floor of a LoDo highrise sits a design studio waiting for its closeup. Just steps from the entry is a parlor with wood floors and a fireplace framed by meticulously chosen glazed tile, and copious bookshelves. Around the corner is a state-of-the-art presentation space with stadium-bench seating. There is an open kitchen, a scenic Colorado mural, cutting edge audio/visual setup, and co-working desk space flanked by some of the world’s most recognizable chairs. The studio is brand new, and most of the neighbors haven’t seen it yet. But they will. 

Eight miles due east, at the western edge of a developing office park in the unassuming Stapleton borough known as Central Park, there sits an expansive new 11,000-square-foot showroom. Attached to that showroom is a 31,000-square-foot warehouse, and, as if that weren’t enough, the entire space doubles as its own corporate headquarters. The floorplan is disarmingly open. Employees from several departments grab whatever desk suits them on any given day. A meeting space just off the front entry is walled entirely in glass.

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photo courtesy of Daniel O'Connor and Modern in Denver.

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