Monthly Archives: July 2016

Decoration Instead of Design: a Recap of 7/14 Design Forum

‘Decoration instead of design’ A blog article by Michael Leccese, Executive Director, ULI Colorado In response to ULI Colorado’s Design Forum on July 14th, 2016 Full audio recording and recap available here. “Denver, you are not alone,” began John King, the visiting architecture critic from San Francisco Chronicle, launching ULI’s second design forum, “Does Denver’s Boom Spell Architectural Gloom,” on July 14 at the Denver Art Museum auditorium. With 200+ in attendance, King reviewed lessons learned from his two-day tour of Denver’s more recent architecture and urban landscapes. In a blindfold … Read More

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NEW Educational Program! Development 360.

About the program: Development 360 is an educational program for ULI Colorado Young Leaders, and graduating Young Leaders, that aims to educate participants through in depth, project- specific information, about the overall development process. You must be a current member and 35 or younger to participate. Accepted participants will attend six sessions over three months, and will explore a recently completed project as a case study.  Sessions include a planned curriculum and feature guest speakers from different phases of the project, facilitated and taught by the project’s developer. This program is a “next level” … Read More

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