Denver Public Libraries: Cherry Creek

The Ross-Cherry Creek Branch of Denver Public Libraries is an elegant modern grid glass building designed by Reddy and Reddy. The library first opened its doors in the year 1962 and since then has become a valuable resource to the surrounding community. 

We were invited to work on the renovation for this library by our partners at Studiotrope, a Denver-based design firm. Justin Martinez was spearheading the project and we had worked with him on multiple occasions in the past, both in and outside of the Denver area. 

Working in collaboration with Justin, we created mobile book displays, service points, checkout counters, and shelving units. We also designed some mobile book collection boxes and made them spring-loaded to make it easier for the librarians to gather and check-in books.

We had a great time working with Studiotrope and DPL and hope to be able to work with them again in the future.

The Supple Collection is a unique brand of sustainable furniture for learning environments.

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