TAXI


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TAXI won a Denver AIA Honor Award in September 2008: Here's the project's display board.

David Baker's Crash Pad unit is just 15-feet-wide. Image: Timothy Hursley

The entry is organized around a slot that accommodates the guy-wires supporting the former radio dispatch tower for Yellow Cab. Image: Timothy Hursley.

The entry and facade at night. Image: Timothy Hursley

TAXI is the latest entry in Zeppelin Development’s portfolio of hip, urban, carefully curated places. Located in the heart of Denver’s edgiest downtown neighborhood – River North (RiNo), TAXI is an environmentally sustainable, architecturally innovative and diverse community of light industrial, office, and live+work loft spaces.

TAXI from across the North Platte River at dusk. Image: Timothy Hursley

Harry Teague's office designed the lobby stair. Image: Timothy Hursley

The gap in the bar building is spanned by a bridge glazed with pink glass. Image: Timothy Hursley

View from above of the fiberglass entry canopy designed by Will Bruder's office.

The cables that hold up the radio mast fit into a gap in the building.

awards

2009 Merit Award
AIA Colorado
2008 Honor Award
AIA Arizona
2008 Honor Award
Denver Chapter, American Institute of Architects
Merit Award: Innovative Design in Engineering + Architecture with Structural Steel (IDEAS)
American Institute of Steel Construction
Mayor's Design Award
Denver Office of the Mayor

publications

A Quilting Bee: A Collaborative Risk

project details

Category

All Projects, Lofts, Market-Rate, Offices

​Location

Denver, Colorado

Client

Zeppelin Development

Associate Architect

Will Bruder

Associate Architect

David Baker

Associate Architect

Harry Teague

Associate Architect

Alan Eban Brown

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project data
Taxi
20317
3457 Ringsby Court
Denver, Colorado
Completed 2007
number of units
1 bedroom 23
2 bedroom 21
total 44
commercial units
flex office/retail 17