Spotlight on Denver Architecture: The Brown Palace

One of our favorite pieces of architecture in Denver is the historic Brown Palace Hotel. It is the second-oldest operating hotel of Denver and is one of the first atrium-style hotels ever built. Henry C. Brown built the triangular-shaped hotel at 321 17th St. in 1892, and it is the city’s second-oldest hotel, after theContinue reading “Spotlight on Denver Architecture: The Brown Palace”

Book on French Neoclassic Architecture

Book on French Neoclassic Architecture that we recommend: The Architecture of the French Enlightenment Paperback by Allan Braham  (Author)   1 customer review   Review “Allan Braham’s book The Architecture of the French Enlightenment makes no acknowledgement of the current architectural interest in Neoclassicism and, in fact, Braham wants us to see this architecture as the product ofContinue reading “Book on French Neoclassic Architecture”

Tallest Building in America?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Tallest Building in America? One World Trade Center Just Might Be!     By Dante D’Orazio on November 12, 2013 11:01 am Email @dantedorazio One World Trade Center has been crowned the tallest building in the Americas, standing at a symbolic (and now official) 1,776 feet. The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, an international body that determinesContinue reading “Tallest Building in America?”

Window Locking Systems for Andersen E Series

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_video title=”Andersen E Series VeriLock Sensors” link=”” el_class=”Window Tech”][vc_column_text]Peace of Mind at a Glance VeriLock integrated security sensors are a cutting-edge technology that integrates wireless security sensors into most E-Series/Eagle® windows and doors. With these exclusive sensors, you’ll always know if your windows or doors are open, closed, locked or unlocked.* This first-of-its-kind technology provides homeownersContinue reading “Window Locking Systems for Andersen E Series”

Revived Victorian Home

Revived Victorian Home Text by Mitchell Owens | Photography by Pieter Estersohn | Produced by Howard Christian Shah Jahan, the 17th-century Moghul emperor, dedicated the Taj Mahal to the memory of his chief consort, Mumtaz Mahal. Louis XV funded myriad cha?teaus to delight Madame de Pompadour. As for recycling entrepreneur Adam Weitsman, when it cameContinue reading “Revived Victorian Home”