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The Hamilton Building
Hamilton Building at the Denver Art Museum, by Daniel Libeskind. The exterior shows the front door of the new building with a sculpture called “Lao Tzu” by Mark di Suvero in the foreground. (Steve Crecelius/Boston Globe) Steve Crecelius/Boston Globe
Architecture

Denver hits a high point

Daniel Libeskind designs an exhilarating wing for the city's art museum

By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / November 5, 2006

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DENVER -- Before I came here, I was ready to dismiss the new Denver Art Museum as a show-off piece of architecture, one of those buildings that feels like a chapel where you are supposed to worship the ego of some over-hyped architect. (Full article: 1144 words)

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