Situated atop Denver’s City Civic Park with sweeping city and mountain views, the Duncan Pavilion is an idyllic space within the Denver Art Museum. The museum, which underwent an addition in 2007, is renowned for is highly complex and geometric design.

Twenty non-parallel or perpendicular planes jut into the sky covered with 230,000 square feet of titanium and supported by more than 3,100 pieces of steel. Because of its creativity and gratifyingly controversial design, the American Institute of Steel Construction awarded the Frederic C. Hamilton addition with the Presidential Award of Excellence, Innovative Design in Engineering and Architecture with Structural Steel in 2007.

The Duncan Pavilion is located in the Morgan wing, accessible by bridge through the second floor of the Frederic C. Hamilton building. We look forward to greeting you with an evening cocktail in the company of the industry’s finest.


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