Denver Art Museum Frederic C. Hamilton Building

The Frederic C. Hamilton Building is the first Daniel Libeskind project in the United States. The striking design is anchored by seamless mechanical systems and dramatic lighting design. The project also features residential, retail and office space and is grounded by a 1,000-space parking garage for museum visitors to use. The four-story, 146,000 SF expansion connects the museum’s existing exhibit space creating an inviting, yet engaging entrance to the Denver Art Museum.

Location

Denver, CO

Area

146,000 SF

Sustainability Component

2007 American Institute of Architects (AIA) - Colorado Chapter Award of Honor for Innovative Practices 2006 American Institute of Architects (AIA) - Technology in Architectural Practice Building Information Modeling (BIM) Award 2006 Colorado Construction Magazine Gold Hard Hat Award Outstanding Public Project

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