Denver Art Museum Project completed: June 2013 Project area: 1,500 sq. ft. This lobby space on the 6th floor of the North Building of the Denver Art Museum is primarily an area that visitors pass through on their way from the elevator into the permanent collection galleries. Up until the redesign, it was a space that was filled with harsh afternoon sunlight and a small display of collection objects that could handle direct UV rays. Because of the Museum’s institutional-wide textile initiative, Spun: Adventures in Textiles
, and the opening of a new textile gallery on the 6th floor, the lobby space now attracts more visitors. Therefore, the goals for redesigning the space were to cut the sun glare so that visitors exiting the elevator were not immediately blinded upon entering the lobby, and to create a
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room that would welcome visitors to a new space and direct them where to go. Part of our solution for the lobby was to cover the windows in a semi-translucent adhesive film, printed with images of objects from the permanent collection. These graphics act as both a shade for the sunlight as well as a kind of advertisement or clue to what the visitors will see on the floor. Services:
Development and specification of materials, finish and color Furniture and lighting specifications Cost estimation Layout of artwork Graphic design of window treatments
All photographs courtesy of Denver Art Museum | Jeff Wells