A slideshow of architectural images is always welcome in my house.

When the Denver Architecture Foundation sponsored the 2019 edition of Doors Open Denver in late September, organizers asked photographers to submit images for judging by Samantha Johnston. Juror Johnston, the executive director of the Colorado Photographic Arts Center, received 246 submissions and narrowed them down to 30 images. The online exhibition  -- "Y/Our Denver" -- …

Denver’s planners have kicked up a storm, and it has nothing to do with snow.

The Neighborhood Planning Initiative devised by Denver’s Department of Community Development and Planning has launched plans in the pipeline that have stirred up a lot of conversation. Deciding not to try to go anywhere this morning, it was a good time to focus on the plans that are in the works for changes in Denver. …

Dear Denver: Put your money where your mouth is. After all, your big plans for Denver talk a lot about the need for open space.

This morning, I almost fell out of my chair reading The Denver Post’s editorial, headlined “Denver must protect Park Hill open space.” This piece came on the heels of an opinion column in the Post by former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb, which had the headline “Webb: Park Hill Golf Course land can and must be …

A carriage house? A granny flat? An Accessory Dwelling Unit? Your call.

It’s whatever you want to call it: a small home built on the same lot as the owner’s own home. In my neighborhood, there are carriage houses here and there, dating from the time when people in Denver needed a place to store a carriage. Fast forward many decades, and more and more Denver residents …