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A Usonian window from Children’s Psychiatric Day Care Center in Denver designed
1962 by Victor Hornbein & Ed White.
Sadly, this building is supposed to be torn down soon (if it hasn’t been already).
July 23rd, 2010 / No Comments » / by Tom Lundin
The Ross-Barnum Library, a Usonian design by Victor Hornbein from 1954.
(It has been a little remodeled.)
July 21st, 2010 / 1 Comment » / by Tom Lundin
Inside the Mayan Theatre
The Mayan Theatre was designed 1930 by Montana Fallis.
Denver is extremely fortunate that this outstanding example of
Art Deco Mayan Revival has remained intact.
Others involved included sculptor Julius Ambrusch and architect
The Mayan was opened just as the stock market crash put an end to the construction
of Art Deco film theaters.
This theater went through an unused period which helped preserve it from being renovated
and updated over the years.
June 6th, 2010 / No Comments » / by Tom Lundin
Aurora Public Library
Aurora Public Library, a Usonian design by Victor Hornbein, dating from 1954.
Hornbein designed many Usonian libraries, there are only a few left. My favorite is the
April 7th, 2010 / 1 Comment » / by Tom Lundin
The Ross-Broadway Library, a Usonian design by Victor Hornbein, 1951.
February 3rd, 2010 / 1 Comment » / by Tom Lundin
Victor Hornbein house
Victor Hornbein, Denver’s premeire Usonian architect, built this house for himself in 1948.
February 2nd, 2010 / No Comments » / by Tom Lundin
Denver Botanic Gardens
Entranceway to the Memorial Conservatory at Denver’s grand Usonian Botanic Gardens, designed 1966 by Victor Hornbein and Ed White.
This Thursday the 7th, architect David Tryba will be discussing the architecture of the Botanic Gardens, past and present.
January 6th, 2010 / No Comments » / by Tom Lundin
Usonian design by Victor Hornbein, 1958
November 10th, 2009 / No Comments » / by Tom Lundin
Denver Skin Clinic. A classic Usonian office building on 17th. You drive by it all the time!
My guess that this is designed by Victor Hornbein circa 1952. I’d love to stand corrected!
August 10th, 2009 / No Comments » / by Tom Lundin