1909 – Colorado National Bank Building, Denver

Architect: Fisher & Fisher / Hoyt & Hoyt /Rogers & Nagel



The lower half of the Colorado National Bank building was built in 1915 in a neoclassical design, and extended seamlessly ten years later. The upper half of the building was added in 1964 in a modern interpretation of the lower floors. The upper floors have slightly tapered columns to reduce their bulk leading to a gently curved arches with a crisp cornice.

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