Detail View: Archivision Base to Module 9: Museum Residences

Preferred Title: 
Museum Residences
Image View: 
The north elevation, with parking garage at left
Creator: 
Daniel Libeskind (American architect, born 1946)
Location: 
site: Denver, Colorado, United States
Location Note: 
55 West 12th Avenue & 1200 Acoma Street
Date: 
2000-2006 (creation)
Cultural Context: 
American
Style Period: 
Twenty-first century
Work Type 1: 
mixed-use development
Classification: 
architecture
Material: 
glass
Technique: 
construction (assembling)
Subjects: 
architectural exteriors; contemporary (1960 to present); Housing; dwelling; multiple dwellings
Description: 
Located on the corner of 12th Ave. and Acoma St. in Denver, the Museum Residences wrap around two sides of a 1000-car public parking garage. Out of seven floors total, the top six are residential, leaving 16,000 sq.ft. of space on the ground floor open for retail, further enhancing the vitality at the street level Acoma Plaza of the Arts. Its 56 luxury units range from 800 sq.ft. studios to 5000 sq.ft. penthouse suites. The Museum Residences are a joint venture between Studio Daniel Libeskind and Davis Partnership Architects in Denver. (Source: Studio Daniel Libeskind [website]; http://www.daniel-libeskind.com)
Collection: 
Archivision Addition Module Three
Identifier: 
1A1-LD-DMC-A14
Rights: 
© Scott Gilchrist, Archivision, Inc.