ne1401 Lawrence in Denver, Colorado

1401 Lawrence is a Beck Group-designed building which features a Zahner-manufactured entry screen facade as well as an interior perforated art wall made using ImageWall by Zahner. The screenwall serves as a natural ventilation surface for the residential tower's above ground parking.

The new highrise is located in the heart of downtown Denver. The design integrates the historic fabric of Denver’s LoDo district with a refined and contemporary facade. The project is pursuing LEED Gold certification. The building's exterior entrances are framed by a custom perforated metal manufactured by Zahner. Beck Group has worked with Zahner on a number of projects which require curvilinear forms and perforated metal, including the Harim Headquarters in Seoul and the Irving Convention Center in Dallas.

Detail of the perforated and corrugated metal surface at 1401 Lawrence.
Detail of the perforated and corrugated metal surface at 1401 Lawrence.
Interior perforated metal at the front desk for 1401 Lawrence.
Interior perforated metal at the front desk for 1401 Lawrence.
Elevation showing the perforated metal soffit entrance at the 1401 Lawrence building.
Elevation showing the perforated metal soffit entrance at the 1401 Lawrence building.
1401 Lawrence in Denver, Colorado.
1401 Lawrence in Denver, Colorado.
Detail of the perforated and corrugated metal surface.
Detail of the perforated and corrugated metal surface.
Two perforated metal entry facades for the 1401 Lawrence tower in Denver.
Two perforated metal entry facades for the 1401 Lawrence tower in Denver.

The building is a winner of the Design-Build Institute of America’s National Award of Merit in the Commercial Building Category and the NAIOP Colorado Office Development of the Year Award.