Denver Art Museum

Art Spaces

    ISBN: 978 1 85759 431 7

    Size: 110 x 165 mm / 6.5 x 4.25 in.

    Binding: softcover

    Pages: 64

    In association with:

    Date published: October, 2006

    UK £4.95 /US $7.95


  • The next title in Scala’s Art Spaces series
  • Striking photographs document the building’s conception and history


This book offers an insider’s look at one of the most exciting structures of our time: the Denver Art Museum’s Frederic C. Hamilton Building. Architect Daniel Libeskind’s design required new ways of visualising space, new ways of constructing, even new ways of creating downtown parking. The unprecedented structure pushed architectural boundaries and challenged everyone involved – from architects to construction workers to museum staff – to think differently. Striking photos of the building and an interview with the architect make this beautiful, readable book a must-have for anyone who has visited or wants to know more about the new Denver Art Museum complex.

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