Celebrate with Us


Modern In Denver magazine is the leader in Colorado’s design community, celebrating the best art, architecture, and design in the region. In addition to our quarterly publication, we host a variety of in-person opportunities ranging from networking happy hours to educational programming and beyond. Learn more about our suite of events below!

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Luncheon By Design 2024

May 9, 2024

Luncheon by Design is the Denver Art Museum’s annual gathering of the design community. This year’s program will explore the integration of design and nature, in celebration and in support of the upcoming exhibition Biophilia: Nature Reimagined. Keynote speaker Jeanne Gang, founding partner of international architecture and urban design practice Studio Gang, will share an array of compelling projects around the world—and now in Denver—that underscore how design can strengthen connections between people, communities, and nature.

Photo: Studio Gang’s Populus hotel, currently under construction, is designed to activate the corner of 14th and Colfax in downtown Denver. Rendering © Studio Gang.

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Design In Bloom 2024

May 23, 2024

Design In Bloom is Modern In Denver’s signature spring event where creative professionals will gather for an evening of conversation and celebration of design, featuring inspired floral arrangements created by Colorado’s top architects and designers. This year’s event is May 23 from 6- 9 p.m. at Room & Board in Cherry Creek. While this year’s event is filled to capacity, be sure to sign up for emails to be the first to hear about future events.



Science In Design Summit

Science In Design Summit

June 25, 2024

The International Design Collection, Denver’s top interior design center, is hosting a one-day summit on June 25 to dive deep into the science behind the design process. The event will feature the educational group Science in Design, which is made up of industry experts, scientists, architects, and urban psychologists, all of whom will focus on design as an alternative health resource. Those who want to learn about new fields of study like neuroaesthetics won’t want to miss out.

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