Cartography, Part III - Denver

Cities are dynamic and what drives their change is the people who live, work and play in them. Whether native-born, recently arrived or decades-long residents, everyone has a unique perspective on what their city means to them. In this third part of a series on cities in which Page offices are located, some of our employees explain what they love about their neighborhood, which in turn influences their work.

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2018 Recap: Looking Back / Looking Forward
12/20/2018
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Included In Senior Housing Architecture & Design Awards
12/13/2018
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Building Forward: Meals on Wheels
12/10/2018
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2018 Recap: Celebrating Our Work
12/04/2018
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Building Equity in Communities
11/28/2018
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Wendy Dunnam Tita: Design Excellence in Cities
10/15/2018
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3/3: Financing the Education of Future Employees
10/03/2018
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BakerRipley: Making Houston FABulous
09/28/2018
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Nurturing Resiliency through Relationships
09/24/2018
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Review: Where People And Performance Meet
08/22/2018
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My Summer at Page
08/13/2018
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Translating the ‘Outdoor Room’ Concept for Urban Living
07/25/2018
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Overview: Buffalo Bayou Park Updates
06/18/2018
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Houston’s Road to Resilience Requires a Broad Holistic Plan
05/29/2018
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Striving for Greater Inclusivity in AIA of Non-Traditional Architects
05/28/2018
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Cartography, Part II - San Francisco
05/25/2018
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Overview: Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin Updates
05/21/2018
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Live or Die: Overcoming the Architecture Industry’s Biggest Challenge
05/10/2018
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Designing A Website To Reflect Innovative Mission
05/08/2018
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We Need to Reinforce the AIA Pipeline
05/07/2018
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Ribbon Cutting at Houston's North Forest High School
05/04/2018
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Influencing AIA’s Role in Influencing Architectural Education
05/03/2018
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Career Advice for New Hires at Houston X Design Week
05/01/2018
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Promoting Architectural Innovation in the AIA
04/30/2018
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Cooking Up Community Resilience
04/26/2018
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The Importance of Group Political Action to Architects
04/23/2018
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Leslie Wolke on Digital Wayfinding and Mapping Dell Medical School at UT Austin
04/20/2018
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Transforming An Urban Core: Discovery Green's Ten Year Anniversary
04/17/2018
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Will Play for Food – Volleyball Charity Tournament
05/05/2015
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Beyond Programming: Q&A with Kurt Neubek
04/15/2015
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How to Build a Better Profession with Architect and Educator Larry Speck
04/10/2015
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Learning From What We Build
03/16/2015
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How Big Is This? The Importance of Metrics
02/23/2015
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A Former Client's Perspective: Restoring An Iconic Civic Structure
12/10/2014
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A Crystallizing Moment
11/25/2014
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Marcus Martinez: More Thoughts on "Near Future"
10/29/2014
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Ashley August: Thoughts on “Near Future”
10/16/2014
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Jamie Flatt and Mac Little: Thoughts on “Near Future”
10/15/2014
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Marcus Martinez: Thoughts on "Near Future"
10/03/2014
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Comparing and Contrasting Two New Museums In Michigan
09/30/2014
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Page Designer Reimagines Dallas Landscape
09/22/2014
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Rose Lee Turner House by Auburn University Rural Studio
08/26/2014
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Good Design Endures in Detroit’s Lafayette Park
08/13/2014
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Thoughts on Sol LeWitt: The Visionary and the Makers
07/09/2014
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The Rewards of Teaching
06/12/2014
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What Does 'Global Architecture' Mean?
05/05/2014
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Constructing the UT Pan American Performing Arts Complex
03/24/2014
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B. L. Harbert International
01/22/2014
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We Need to Do This: Give Credit to All
12/14/2013
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Good to Great: Quick Leadership Tips
12/13/2013
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Stand Up!…for Ergonomic Diversity
11/27/2013
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How Architects Do Get It
11/06/2013
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Micro-housing’s Time Has Come … Again
10/02/2013
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Page Brings Architectural Expertise to Wichita State University
08/02/2013
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‘The Museum’ / Maxwell Render Challenge
09/01/2012
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New Designs for the Nation’s Capital
05/13/2012