A collection of furniture blocks designed for the 2014 Colorado Innovation Network Summit is arranged to create a variety of places to put down a drink, sit, recline, talk, check your phone, and take a nap.
It is also an urban experiment. Throughout the summit, the pieces were arranged to model the block organizations of Denver’s various urban and suburban neighborhoods. They were also set up in speculative configurations—large loop blocks, extraordinarily long rowhouses, branching cul-de-sacs, dense clusters of mansions, and blocks with no front yards, to name a few.
Selected Block Types