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(DENVER, Colo., March 30, 2005) Raphael Carillo an employee of Roof Check, stands 100 feet over 13th Avenue in Denver on top of the prow of the Denver Art Museum expansion designed by renowned architect Daniel Libeskind. Towering to the left of the prow is a peak on the Denver Library. Until today (Thursday March 31) the matte -silver titanium of the structure has been covered with a white protective covering called Nitto. That covering will be removed Thursday morning (3/31/05). The Hamilton Building's prow will hold more than 25,000 square feet of gallery space for the museum's permanent collection and is the first major section of Libeskind's visionary design to be unveiled. Daniel Libeskind will be at a ceremony at 10 am Thursday morning at the Denver Art Museum to unveil the prow's titanium exterior. (Photo by Dennis Schroeder/Rocky Mountain News)

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