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Denver Art Museum Receives $12 Million to Revitalize Ponti North Building

08:00 - 1 March, 2017
Denver Art Museum Receives $12 Million to Revitalize Ponti North Building, Proposed architectural rendering of an aerial view of the North Building at dusk. Image Courtesy of Fentress Architects and Machado Silvetti
Proposed architectural rendering of an aerial view of the North Building at dusk. Image Courtesy of Fentress Architects and Machado Silvetti

The Denver Art Museum (DAM) has announced that a $12 million gift from Anna and John J. Sie will support the construction of a new welcome center at the museum’s Gio Ponti-designed North Building.

Paying homage to the shapes and volumes of the existing building, the new construction—by Machado Silvetti and Fentress Architects—aims to enhance the museum campus’ connection to the Golden Triangle neighborhood, as well as to improve visitor navigation and amenities.

Denver Art Museum North Building entryway and welcome desk. 1971. Image © Wayne Thom Denver Art Museum North Building constructed by Italian architect Gio Ponti. 1971. Image © Wayne Thom Proposed North Building Project Model 2016. Jason A. Knowles. Image © Fentress Architects Proposed architectural rendering of North Building from the Cultural Center Complex Garage. Image Courtesy of Fentress Architects and Machado Silvetti + 25