1892 – Browns Palace Hotel, Denver

Architect: Frank E. Edbrooke

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The Brown Palace Hotel is reputedly the first atrium-style hotel ever built and was named for its original owner, Henry Brown, and was designed with its odd triangular shape by architect Frank Edbrooke. The interior is dominated by the fabulous lobby with its cast-iron balconies and stained glass window.

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