Mile High United Way's new headquarters, called the Morgridge Center, was designed by the Davis Partnership so that it would resemble the low profile of the nearby structures. And although it's an entire block long, it mimics the rhythm of buildings lined up close together — the mark of the existing built environment. Overall, it's been conceived as if it were not a single structure, but rather a row of storefronts. Completing the illusion is the fact that each separate mass is adorned with a different material and has a different setback and height from the others. Some have been done in blue mirrored glass, others in buff brick, and still others in enameled metal panels. Because of that, the building's size has been hidden in plain sight. This divide-and-conquer technique works artfully.