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Red is in the shed – Compass Training

Path21 had a fun afternoon Friday at City Park learning a new skill testing their sense of direction and how to use a compass.  Teams were given a challenge of sighting and pacing with their compass three different courses. Congrats to Sarah and Michelle N, if you get...

Recent Client Openings

Stop in and say hello to some of our recent clients around Denver. Bruz Beers Grand Opening located in Midtown NW corner 67th & Pecos   Bikes Together located in Denver at 10th & Osage Superfruit Republic located in Stapleton 29th Place   River North...

Path21 Summer of Fun

How quickly the year has gone.  It is summer already with the heat rising and the busy work load,  but that has not stopped us from having a little fun together at Path21! Foot golf adventure Team building with a competitive game of foot golf.  Check out our pros....

In Detail

In Detail by Leo Spurgin Pluto. 1474 miles in diameter. 2.66 billion miles away at its closest point to Earth. To put that in a scale that we can understand, that is over 29,000 years of driving in a car at 60 miles an hour in a straight line. This distance, although...

New Additions

New Additions Congrats Williams and Jason Family! Our Path21 family has been busy growing. We would like to congratulate first time parents Sam and Jenna Williams on their newest family member- Charlotte Grace born January 14, 2016. And Stephanie and Zach Jason on...

New Beginnings

By Sam Williams New Beginnings I’ve experienced two major life events within the last two months. I graduated from the University of Colorado Denver with my Masters of Architecture and started a full time position with Path21 Architecture. At the same time my wife and...

It Pays to Enrich Your Word Power

  by Scott Deitle It Pays to Enrich Your Word Power The train was quiet this morning, as it was a holiday, and most of the passengers stared at their smartphones and Kindles in silence.  People were listening to unknown music or podcasts, as the sun rose above...

What is Your Purpose in Life?

by Stephanie Williams What is your purpose in life? That’s a pretty loaded question, especially for a recent college graduate. But that was the question I was asked in my first job right out of college. Little did I know, in seeking an answer to the ever daunting...

Fall Happenings at Path21

It only seems fitting that after a busy summer that fall would present itself to be equally as busy, if not busier due to all of the parties, activities that accompany fall. Oktoberfest In October, Path21 hosted our grand opening party, Oktoberfest. We invited clients...

The B Side of the Label

By John Menno Nap, AIA; Path21 Principal     Picture for a moment that there are two sides to everything you do, everything you are, and everything you will become. There is an A side and a B side. For others, there might be a third side, but for moment, let’s...

Update from the New Path21 World Headquarters

It has been quite the year at Path21 Architecture. We have been through a lot of change. From August 2014-August 2015, we have worked out of three different homes and have finally landed in our permanent home at 2245 Curtis. They say change keeps you on your toes, but...

Trip to Haiti

We are so thankful that I was able to go to this country and serve them with not only architecture, but also compassion and encouragement in the face of a daunting existence. It has taken me a little while to physically and emotionally recover from my trip and to...

Little Diversions

There is just something healing about taking a break in the day and sprinting down the streets of the city (within the observed speed limits of course ; ) that clears the mind and realigns the architectural chakras! So often we sit at our desk pummeling the keyboard...

Stewardship & Expertise

We have a firm stance on being better stewards of our environment and make a great effort to protect, preserve, re-use, and recycle. The built environment has a tremendous impact on nature, personal health, and our economy. With the implementation of green building strategies, we begin to alleviate these negative impacts. From the first stage of development, we incorporate sustainable design methods in our work.