Searching for an elegant venue to show off your artistic expertise and live in a land creativity? Located in Greenwood Village, there lies an exquisite site where you'll not only be surrounded by some of the most unique pieces of artwork in Colorado, but, you'll also have the chance to entertain amongst it. It's called the "Palazzo Verdi" and what's so eye catching and different about this venue is that it encompasses not one but, three possible places to host the wedding or event of your dreams.
Ready to take a look at each one?
We thought we should give a little insight in order to help you narrow it down.
Mangia Bevi Café
-It's a European styled café complete with a fireplace, outdoor deck and fire pit to boot. Relax and drink some coffee or wine while enjoying decor elements that will transport your senses into an Italian escapade. Afterwards, try some of the various menu items, from soups and salads, pastas and home cooked pizza to burgers and sandwiches. With the ability to seat up to 150 guests, this venue is perfect for the intimate couple or an exclusive event.
The Madden Museum of Art
- Surrounding yourself with architectural wonders, amazing views and classic artwork is the heart of "The Madden Museum of Art". The galleria was begun by art enthusiasts John and Marjorie Madden and since its inception has grown from an intimate collection of works to include a variety of pieces, from bronze sculptures to unique paintings alike. Feel free to peruse through the showroom and engulf your senses in pieces of creative history before settling on this location. And don't be afraid of losing space if you have a large party, as this museum which boasts both "world class art and spectacular views" can hold up to 300 of your most artistically obsessed guests comfortably.
- The showcasing of monumental craftsmanship, massive space, incredible lighting and dramatic decor elements are why we've saved "The Atrium" for last. It's both grandiose and unique with it's promotion of brilliant artwork conceived by some of the most creative minds in Colorado. Each portion of "The Atrium" models a piece of art, allowing guests to become apart of the beauty instead of just admiring it. Step into a maze with Roger Leitner's recreation of "Chartres Labyrinth", become mesmerized by the extravagant wall artwork of Todd Siler's "Ascension" and fall in love with Lonnie Hanzon's ceiling draping "Chandelier Chardin" all while in the throws of celebration.
Three possible locations all centered around imagination, award winning food and spacious grounds encompass the Palazzo Verdi. It's perfect for those searching for a locale that will spark conversation, stir creative juices and design unforgettable memories!
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