“Warmth and comfort surrounded by family and friends” – Part of the Sonnenalp Brand. Congratulations to the Sonnenalp Club for the recent ground Continue reading »
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Originally built in 1927 as a steel foundry at 2901 Blake Street, for the last 40 years The Bindery housed a printing press Continue reading »
Congratulations to Argyll Whiskey Beer and The Nickel for making the list on “The 7 Sexiest Restaurants in Denver” by ZAGAT. Click here Continue reading »
OZ and Design Workshop teamed for the Songhua Lake Resort’s on-mountain dining experience. Wrapped by two ski runs, the restaurant offers stunning views Continue reading »
OZ partnered with Studio Frank for The Nickel, the new restaurant concept at Denver’s Hotel Teatro. See the transformation here.
The new Argyll is getting some great reviews — OZ is happy to share the spotlight in this article from The Denver Post. Continue reading »
With a prime corner spot in Denver’s renovated Union Station, fresh eXchange is a healthy fast casual choice for visitors, travelers and commuters. Continue reading »
Griffin Restaurant, named for a mythological creature with the body of a lion, head and wings of an eagle, and symbolizing valor, bravery, Continue reading »
The Gallery Flats residences in downtown Loveland opened its doors in June with nearly 100% of its units pre-leased. This 66,000 sf multi-family Continue reading »
In search of a new vision for their recently acquired Alhambra Hotel in Playa del Carmen, Sagebrush Companies (http://www.sagebrushcompanies.com/) and OZ are partnering in Continue reading »
The much anticipated Argyll Whisky Beer re-opened its doors on June 7th to a crowd of excited friends and family. The restaurant, a Continue reading »
OZ Architecture is playing a major role in the building boom currently underway in the Cherry Creek North area in Denver, Colorado. With Continue reading »
The former site of St. Anthony’s Central Hospital, near Sloan’s Lake between Colfax and W 17th and between Stewart Street and Perry Street, Continue reading »