Booming Cities Benefit by Respecting Existing Architecture

By: Rebecca Stone and Jim Bershof

In an article published with ColoradoBiz Magazine, OZ Principals Rebecca Stone, and Jim Bershof discuss Colorado’s recent surge of newcomers and how the demand for office and residential space is changing the urban infrastructure. With population on the rise, the existing architecture of Denver, and other Colorado cities is at risk. Both experts in preservation and adaptive reuse, Rebecca and Jim give their insights on the benefits of these design methods. How can we maintain the character of growing cities while ensuring the best design practices? Read the article below to find out.

ColoradoBiz: Booming Cities Benefit by Respecting Existing Architecture by Rebecca Stone and Jim Bershof

Related Posts: