Micro-cinema film screening: Linotype
A temporary micro-cinema on wheels designed by Denver-based Sort Studio will host an intimate screening of Denver Design Week speaker Doug Wilson’s documentary Linotype: The Film.
Information is Cheap, Meaning is Expensive:The Growing Need for Data Storytelling
Data is everywhere, and catching it is easy. But shaping numbers into meaningful stories can be problematic without a foundational understanding of the principles behind data storytelling. Luckily, we’ve got you covered.
Show and Tell:The Universal Language of Architectural Photography
Architectural photography powerfully transmits concepts and ideas which shape our world every day. But the process doesn’t end with hiring a photographer. The best designers know that strategic collaboration is the key to successful shoots—and they know, with great specificity, how to achieve it. You can, too.
Zeitgeist in Modern Design:Tapping into the Spirit of an Era
It’s the defining mood of a particular period of history as shown by the ideas and beliefs of the time: the concept of Zeitgeist holds powerful implications for the future of design. Visionary architect Michael Moore hosts.
Equity by Design:Why We Need to Represent the Demographics We Serve
Findings from the American Institute of Architects highlight quite a gender disparity in architectural firms, with only 17 percent of female graduates becoming principals or partners. Learn about the study, gain insight from local leaders, and find out ways to improve diversity and inclusion in your firm.