Join the Denver Architecture Foundation, and our partner Denver Modernism Week, for a special tour and discussion – The Wellshire Arms. Sponsored by Adrian Kinney, Denver’s Mid-Century Real Estate Expert, this event will take place on Tuesday, July 31, 6:00 to 8:00 PM at the private residence of Josh Robinson, 2499 S. Colorado Blvd.
About the tour
6:00 to 6:45 PM– Walking tour of The Wellshire Arms with Josh Robinson
Tour the exterior of the building with a discussion on the design principals utilized at the
The Wellshire Arms, including a brief conversation on how to deal with modifications and sympathetic alterations to modern buildings.
6:45 to 8:00 PM– Unit tour + discussion, rooftop tour + exhibit
Take a closer look at the building and see how a modern architect, Josh Robinson of KEPHART, lives today at The Wellshire Arms, with a guided tour of the property and discussion by KEPHART community:: planning :: architecture.
About the residence
Standing tall along Colorado Boulevard is the legacy project of developer Vincent Rieger. Built in 1962, The Wellshire Arms was a visionary design that pushed the boundaries of what apartment living, and development, could be. Each unit features open floor plans, walk-in closets, floor to ceiling glass and nearly 300 square feet of outdoor living space. The Wellshire is a testament to the timeless principles of modern design and the developer who was willing to take risks and think outside the box.
Parking & transportation: Street parking is available in the neighborhood and along East Dickenson Place. There is currently no on-site parking due to construction. As always, we encourage the use of public transportation, Lyft or Uber – thank you.
Image courtesy of Charles Russell. Description courtesy of Josh Robinson.