• Moss Denver: An Urban Industrial Event Venue

     
    POSTED April 14, 2020
     

When Built: Constructed in 1936, originally as a door factory. The Chandelier Room was used as a production space and the Edison Room as a showroom. 

Design Style: Urban industrial artistry 

Highlights: Rotating moss wall, brick exterior, exposed rafters, polished cement floors, large factory-style windows and surrounding arts district 

Event Spaces: 

  • Chandelier Room: Named for the chandeliers hanging from the ceiling, this 3,000-square-foot space accommodates up to 300 for a standing cocktail reception or 200 guests for a seated dinner and has an in-house A/V system. 
  • Edison Room: The Edison Room has glass ceilings with classic Edison bulb-style lighting and 10-foot-tall, moss-covered rotating walls that add natural inspiration to the 2,600-square-foot space. The permanent waterfall-bar is truly unique, and the layout can fit 200 guests standing and 120 guests seated for a meal. 

Find out more at mossdenver.com

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