More than two decades ago, Curt Fentress got Denver International Airport off the ground, designing the iconic tent-roofed terminal after the Perez Group's plans crashed and burned. But when the city decided to expand DIA, it snubbed Denver-based Fentress, going with starchitect Santiago Calatrava.
ASuspicions confirmed! At last night's town hall meeting on the art program at Denver International Airport, consultants who'd interviewed hundreds of DIA travelers, and studied 1,600 online surveys, revealed that the most loved -- and loathed -- piece of art at DIA is Luis Jimenez's "Mustang ... More >>
Curt Fentress.Let's hope Mayor Michael Hancock has Curt Fentress's number on speed dial. The Denver architect was brought in to fix Denver International Airport before it ever got off the ground decades ago, and the expansion plans he crafted back then could be looking very good now that star ... More >>
Curt Fentress.From the bluffs of Highland, looking down over the Platte Valley and downtown, there's a new feature on the horizon: the temporary tents housing Cavalia, now in the Pepsi Center parking lot. But rather than bringing up thoughts of circuses, the silhouette is a reminder of Denver ... More >>
Titanium, the king of metals, scraps for a home in Denver.
Ignoring skeptics, Denver pushes ahead with its plans to bail out a convention-center hotel. Will anyone check in?
Smile, Denver! The tourists are in town.
Skyline Park may be headed for the same tragic fate as Currigan Hall.
The expansion of the Colorado Convention Center promises to do more harm than good.