Mid century modern architecture flourished from 1945 to 1975—but Denver was ahead of the trend. The Mile High City got its first mid-mod home in 1935, when Casper Hegner, fresh from studying in Europe, built his International House in Wash Park. This month, New Century Modern and Studio Gunn Architecture will bring the style back to Denver when they unveil the first newly built mid century modern development in Denver since the 1950s. Dubbed Wilder Lane, the Columbine Valley (near Littleton) project will have 24 residences of around 3,500 square feet, starting in the $900,000s. Each house will be unique, but they all share DNA with houses from Denver’s storied architectural history. Here’s how.
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