Prime Postmodern Architecture:
The Denver Public Library

Oct 23 2019
3:30 pm-5:30 pm
Denver Central Library
10 W 14th Ave Parkway
B-2 Conference Center

Prime Postmodern Architecture:
The Denver Public Library

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The Denver Public Library and the Denver Public Library Friends Foundation present Joseph Montalbano, principal architect of studiotrope Design Collective, and Denver City librarian and executive director Michelle Jeske, who will be discussing libraries in the 21st century. As president-elect of the Public Library Association, Jeske will focus a unique lens on the evolving role of libraries nationwide, with studiotrope providing a design perspective.

Join them at this discussion forum to learn the history of this iconic Michael Graves building, one of the best models of postmodern architecture in the world, and its renovation plans for the future. Attendees will be free to explore seven levels of the Denver Central Library before or after the presentation.

Michelle Jeske – The Denver City Librarian (Executive Director)
Joseph Montalbano – studiotrope Design Collective, Principal Architect