The Masonry of Denver chronicles the unique masonry architecture of the City of Denver and its environs. It is an examination of historic and contemporary masonry of all types: brick, stone, cast stone, terra cotta, concrete, and everything in between. It includes the history of Denver’s masonry, where it came from, and how it was used. Our goal is to provide a unique view of Denver’s architecture, not only from a design perspective but also from a construction perspective.

This non-profit blog is written by Jennifer Cappeto, an architectural conservator specializing in masonry conservation and material analysis. She has over a decade of experience advising architects, owners and contractors on the best practices for conserving historic fabric.

The contents of this website are solely the personal opinions of Jennifer Cappeto and do not constitute professional advice about the repair or restoration of masonry buildings.