Denver Art Museum Residences – Daniel Libeskind – Denver, US
Architect: Daniel Libeskind
Building size: 127,000 ft²
Structure: Cast in place post-tension concrete frame , Structural steel frame ( Penthouse)
Client: Mile High Development, Corporex
Joint Venture Partner: Davis Partnership
Structural Engineer: Jirsa Hedrick & Associates
Civil Engineer: J. F. Sato and Associates
Landscape Architect: Studio Daniel Libeskind with Davis Partnership
Interior Designer: Studio Daniel Libeskind with Davis Partnership
Contractor: MilenderWhite Construction Co.
Design-Build Mechanical Contractor: AMI MECHANICAL INC
Design-Build Electrical Contractor: Ludvik Electric
Completion Date: 2006
Completed in 2006, The Museum Residences is a 127,000 square-foot residential and retail building located on the corner of 12th Ave. and Acoma St. in Denver, CO. The building’s name refers to its adjacency to the Denver Art Museum extension also designed by SDL.
The translucent glass skin combined with the metal-clad geometric forms complement the titanium-clad Museum. The top 6 floors of the 7 story building are residential and house 56 luxury units which ranging in size from 800–5,000 square feet and includes a 1000 car public parking garage. The ground floor provides 16,000 square feet of dedicated retail space which flanks the Acoma Plaza of the Arts.
In 2008 the project received the Award of Honor for design excellence from the American Institute of Architects. The Museum Residences was a joint venture between Studio Daniel Libeskind and Davis Partnership Architects in Denver.