610 E Hyman

  • Photo Source: Photo 1966. Denver Public Library.


1963 more 60s


Eleanor Brickham



Designed by Aspen’s first female architect in 1963, Ellie Brickham, 610 E. Hyman is located next door to Brickham’s commercial building at 602 E. Hyman.  610 was described as “a most unusual shop” for client Patricia Moore, featuring her store on the ground floor and apartment on the second floor.  The façade has six attenuated brick piers that extend from the base to the eaves and stucco arched spandrels for a more “decorated” look that reflected the 1960s evolution of modernist design, such as in Phillip Johnson’s Lincoln Center in New York.