Rocky Mountain Wa Shonaji Quilt Guild 2020 Virtual Exhibit

Theme: Colorado Architecture – Buildings and Bridges

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Title: Mary Sharp – Denver, CO – “Wells Fargo Building”
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Category: Colorado Architecture - Buildings and Bridges
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Description: The Wells Fargo Building (also called the Cash Register Building) was designed by architect Phillip Johnson and was completed in 1983. The way the uppermost floors curve together resemble the shape of an antique cash register. It contains 52 stories, is 698 feet high and is the third tallest building in Denver. The original design for a downtown area in Texas did not include the heated roof necessary to prevent snow from accumulating and sliding dangerously off the curved crown. There is a small museum featuring artifacts and memorabilia from Wells Fargo history and the downtown Denver branch. The building has its own zip code 80274. A complete restoration in 2016 created an 8-story digital art installation in the building’s glass atrium. It is also my bank.

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