October 27, 2011
Professional Case Management / Malo Mansion
The Malo Mansion is the best example of Spanish Colonial Revival architecture in Denver. It was designed by architects Harry Manning and J.J. Benedict in 1921 for the residence of Oscar and Edith Malo. The mansion was converted to a commercial space in 1980 containing three stories, twenty-three rooms, and 15,883 square feet. This exquisite building features hand painted ceilings and inlaid wood. The design challenge was maintaining the character of the building while creating a modern, functional work environment. We chose traditional-style furniture to enhance the overall look of the building, and butter cream textiles to warm the space.