By The Denver Egotist / / Today, we’re continuing our feature on The Denver Egotist – Agency Insider. We all know agencies usually have amazing physical spaces. But unless you work at a specific shop, you might never get a chance to see how cool they really are. Until now. We’d love to feature your agency. Email us at [email protected] for details. While not an agency, per se, Denver’s NINE dot ARTS is a creative business — a national art consulting firm that integrates corporate image with fine art collections. They’ve collaborated with some of the country’s top architects and designers to create projects noted for creative and innovative art solutions. NINE dot ARTS moved into their current space in February 2011. Located in the Freight Building (part of the TAXI complex in RiNo), their office/studio was custom-built for art consulting, including oversized art storage racks and a large conference room for presenting artwork to clients. Photography by Ben Sherrill.
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