5280 Home

December 2021/January 2022

For more than a decade, 5280 has highlighted Denver and Colorado architecture, interior design, and home products in its pages. With 5280 Home, our mission is to deliver a shelter magazine that showcases the unique visual style and aesthetic of the Front Range in a sophisticated, yet accessible, manner. We will bring you inside the most beautiful houses in and around the Mile High City—and show you how to execute these looks in your own home. We'll talk to the most in-demand local designers. And we'll spotlight the hippest home goods out there. 5280 Home is a must-read for homeowners, designers, and anyone who has an eye for what's next in Denver decor.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
5280 Publishing, Inc
Frequency:
Bimonthly
US$5.99
US$6
6 Issues

in this issue

1 min
make it personal

This past September, I had the pleasure of (virtually) attending Business Of Home’s third annual Future Of Home conference, where home-industry professionals geeked out on topics ranging from the rise of coliving to digital currency’s impacts on the art world (please don’t quiz me on the latter). By the end of the two-day summit, I had a page of quotes from the star-studded lineup of panelists, including Martha Stewart, Jonathan Adler, and Christian Siriano, scribbled in my notebook. During a discussion about the future of media, Mélanie Berliet, general manager of the Spruce lifestyle website, spoke about how social and digital media platforms have led to the speedy turnover of design trends. “Information spreads so widely and quickly that it’s almost as if [trends] don’t exist,” she said. “I think that’s…

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1 min
contributors

Eric Lucero PHOTOGRAPHER Bucket-list travel destination: Dubai. The architecture is above and beyond; it’s a future city in present time. Maximalist or minimalist: Minimalist. My mind starts to wander too much when things go the other direction. Favorite space in your home: My office. It’s where I get lost in my music while editing photos. Eric photographed the den in “Top Denver Design 2021–22” (page 45) Daliah Singer WRITER Maximalist or minimalist: Clutter and I don’t get along (unless it’s a packed bookshelf). Favorite space in your home: My bedroom. Its mix of grays, blues, and lighter woods always relaxes me. Recent design find: My husband and I commissioned a painting from our friend Carly Jo Hougen. It fits perfectly in our home. Daliah wrote “Stay Stylish” (page 35) Cheryl Meyers WRITER Morning drink of choice: A double-shot latte with oat milk. Dream-home requirement: Six…

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1 min
news & notes

DESIGN FINDS Oly Studio in Denver San Francisco Bay Area designers Kate McIntyre and Brad Huntzinger joined forces more than 20 years ago to create a line of furnishings called Oly Studio (named after McIntyre’s daughter, Olivia). Their combined talent has led to a wide-ranging collection of elegant-yet-approachable, nature-inspired furniture, lighting, and casegoods—including the Klemm cast-resin table lamps, Faline four-poster bed, and Ariel chandelier (all pictured above). Now, you can see (and feel) their pieces at RiNo’s Design Wright Studios, Oly Studio’s new flagship dealer in Colorado. olystudio.com; designwrightstudios.com SHOWROOM OPENING Holland & Sherry Interiors Born from the legacy of Londoners Stephen Holland and Frederick Sherry—whose textiles company has produced apparel fabrics since 1836—Holland & Sherry Interiors specializes in a range of luxury fabrics for the home and has showrooms in design meccas around the…

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1 min
hot seat

Designophiles have much to celebrate with the debut of the Denver Art Museum’s recently renovated Martin Building. More than 11,000 square feet of new and redesigned exhibition space accommodate the museum’s enviable collection of 19,000 architecture and design pieces (one of the largest such collections in the country), some of which are showcased in a rotating exhibition called By Design: Stories and Ideas Behind Objects. On display now: Denver furniture designer Laura Kishimoto’s Yumi chair, which was commissioned in 2018 by the museum’s curator of architecture and design, Darrin Alfred. “One of my favorite things about the chair is how bold and unapologetic it is,” Alfred says. “It’s meant to be looked at from all different angles.” (To peek inside the updated Martin Building, flip the page.) kishimotodesign.com…

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2 min
work of art

1. The original structure is truly one of a kind. Designed in 1971 by the late modernist architect and furniture designer Gio Ponti and Denver–based James Sudler Associates, the seven-story, glass-tiled edifice—formerly known as the North Building—was one of the first high-rise art museums upon its construction and is the only Ponti–designed building in North America to this day. (The Italian architect’s notable works also include Milan’s Pirelli Tower and the iconic Superleggera chair.) “He was a visionary and artist with incredible attention to detail,” says Curtis Fentress, principal of Fentress Architects, who worked with Boston-based architecture firm Machado Silvetti on the building’s most recent iteration. “So much of what Ponti is known for is represented in the tower: textured facades, geometric cutouts, and form following function.” 2. The three-year, $175-million…

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1 min
a warm welcome

Check out Oliver’s in-person creative workshops and online courses—ranging from journal-making to holiday decorating—at jeanneoliver.com. 1. COURTESY OF AESOP 2. COURTESY OF THE CITIZENRY 3. COURTESY OF HAWKINS NEW YORK 4. COURTESY OF ELIO TOLOT 5. COURTESY OF CORNELIA PETERSON 6. COURTESY OF PENGUIN PRESS7. COURTESY OF HAVEN WELL WITHIN 8. COURTESY OF PARACHUTE 9. COURTESY OF ART OF TEA 10. COURTESY OF FELLOW. CATHY WALTERS (JEANNE OLIVER)…

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