Mundus Bishop is currently working with the City of Denver to transform a one-block stretch of roadway between the city’s iconic Civic Center Park and City and County Building into a versatile public gathering space and event space that people can enjoy year-round. The Bannock project marks a significant milestone in advancing Denver’s Outdoor Downtown Master Plan by expanding its realm of safe, comfortable and inviting parks and public spaces downtown and creating world-class destinations. You can read more about the Bannock project here.
Mundus Bishop is ringing in the holidays with a team outing at the Denver Curling Club and Ugly Sweater Day. Cheers!
GOCO awarded funds to the Town of Crested Butte to renovate the Mary Yelenick Playground into a pirate-themed space designed by Mundus Bishop. Inspired by the community, the design brings to life an authentic pirate history to foster creative and imaginative play. You can read more about GOCO projects here.
Mundus Bishop and Surfacedesign out of San Francisco received an American Society of Landscape Architects Merit Award for Design for our work done at the new CASE Building on the University of Colorado Boulder campus.
In case you haven’t passed by the Denver Art Museum recently, the North Building is currently under construction. Mundus Bishop designed the grounds of the North Building, Gio Ponti’s Mid-Century modern masterpiece.
This weekend is Doors Open Denver, and we hope you are feeling just as excited and adventurous as we are! Get ready to explore our city inside out! The weekend includes:
A big thank you to all who attended TCLF’s Garden Dialogue at Children’s Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus this past Saturday. Guests toured the campus with Mike Yankovich, the museum’s executive director, and Mundus Bishop landscape architect Tina Bishop, while hearing stories about the making of this exciting landscape. TCLF created Garden Dialogues to provide a more in-depth look at designed landscapes, how they came into being, the landscape architects and/or others who designed them, and the patrons of the site.
To learn more about this program and others organized by The Cultural Landscape Foundation, please go to tclf.org