Recap: “I.M. Pei in Colorado”
About the exhibit:
I.M. Pei in Colorado is an exploration of Mr. Pei’s work in Colorado, which includes NCAR, Mile High Center, Zeckendorf Plaza and the 16th Street Mall. KEPHART’s research group provides an architectural perspective on both the history and design concepts of each project.
“Everyone deserves a well-designed place to live, work and play” is the philosophy that has been driving KEPHART to create innovative, award-winning communities since 1974. Over the past 45 years, KEPHART has become a nationally recognized architectural design and land planning firm. They have designed and planned over 400,000 homes across the country ranging from garden to high-rise apartment buildings, luxury townhomes, senior housing, mixed-use developments, urban infill and transit-oriented communities.
On June 8 and 22, we had a private tour with Josh Robinson, design team member, lead curator, project designer and research team director at KEPHART, and Charles Russell, design team member, curator and research team coordinator at KEPHART.
On June 12, we showed the film, First Person Singular: I.M. Pei.
On June 26, we had a panel discussion with Alan Gass, FAIA, Mark Sink, photographer, Josh Robinson, design team member, lead curator, project designer and research team director at KEPHART, and Charles Russell, design team member, curator and research team coordinator at KEPHART, and moderated by Michael Paglia, writer.
The exhibition was free and open to the public during the hours below.
June 12, 1 PM to 6PM
June 14, 1 PM to 6PM
June 21, 1 PM to 6PM
June 26, 1 PM to 6PM
June 28, 1 PM to 6PM
Image and description courtesy of KEPHART.