Drive through Denver and it can feel like the metro area is one giant construction site. From multi-family housing units to trendy food halls, the city's built environment is changing as its population grows. But how do changes in these physical structures affect the lives of the city's residents? How can the architects, and other workers in the built environment space, help our city flourish?
Join Denver Institute for Faith & Work at Colorado Conversations, a casual gathering focused on local topics and practical themes that integrate our faith and work. We'll hear from 2 of the city's leading architects: Brandon Anderson, principal at LIVStudio, who designed Denver Central Market, Fellowship Denver Church (our event venue), and many of central Denver's hottest restaurant spaces and Erik Hall, partner at VTBS Architects, where he serves as design director of the firm's Denver office. In addition to his architectural experience, Erik earned a master of divinity degree from Denver Seminary, training that shapes his approach to design.
Bring a friend for a great time of discussion and networking!
Thursday, March 23, 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
Fellowship Denver Church / 1990 S. Broadway, Denver, CO 80210
Your $15 ticket includes beverages and light appetizers. (Monthly Partners attend for free.)
Principal | LIVStudio
Partner at Van Tilburg
Thursday, March 23rd