Are you looking for a new place to grab a quick and healthy lunch? How about a glass of wine and some house-made hummus with a side of freshly-baked pita on your way home from work? The brothers Roth have you covered at Tazé Mediterranean Street Food. After traveling around the world for research (read: eating) […]Read more "Unveiling: Tazé Mediterranean Street Food"
At the 2015 American Institute of Architects St. Louis Design Awards, SPACE scored one of only three awards given in the Interiors category for our design of Público, Mike and Liz Randolph’s Latin-American restaurant. The Distinguished Award was an accomplishment not only because Público was the smallest project honored in the category by approximately ten billion dollars, […]Read more "SPACE Wins 6th AIA Award for Público"
We’re fortunate to have an extraordinary group of architects and designers here at SPACE. No matter their role — Revit whizzes, project managers, interior and graphic designers — each person is dedicated to St. Louis and understanding the public policy that shapes our built environment. We’re committed to the region and advocating for a better St. Louis through […]Read more "Alex Ihnen Joins SPACE"
In just two short weeks, you’ll have the chance to see some of the most creative Little Free Libraries in St. Louis. Fourteen designers from a range of disciplines are designing and building wee libraries that will be given to the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department at the end of May. The SLMPD Juvenile Division will […]Read more "Join the fun! Build a Little Free Library."
Some of our favorite people in the whole wide world are the patients and staff at Ranken Jordan Pediatric Bridge Hospital. Children at Ranken Jordan have been stabilized at a traditional hospital, but their medical conditions are too serious for them to go home. The staff at Ranken Jordan give these boys and girls the confidence and […]Read more "Ranken Jordan patient art exhibit opening Friday, 4/10"
The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go! We’ve been plotting this for months, and we’re so pleased to finally announce the details of Oh the Places You’ll Go!, a Little Free Library design competition we’re hosting on May 1st. Why are we doing […]Read more "Oh the Places You’ll Go! Little Free Library Design Competition"
Edited 23 February 2015 with more BIM, CAD and SketchUp resources. This week, we asked SPACE’s staff: What websites do you find yourself using all the time? We’ve compiled a list of everything from software tutorial sites, places for inspiration, and a few websites for a good laugh at the end of a lousy day: Software, Education & Technical Help […]Read more "Top Websites for Architects and Designers"
Just like everyone else, we’re reflecting back on 2014, a year that has blown by. Instead of boring you with a 35,236-page dissertation on the firm’s obligatory ups and downs, take a gander at our year-end review/holiday card that shows off our most memorable ups. Thank you all for another extraordinary year, and, may your […]Read more "Happy New Year from SPACE!"
Getting through the sleepless nights of studio to earn your architecture degree was tough. Sending out stacks of resumes, slapping on a cheerful smile for lame networking events, and finally scoring an interview for an honest-to-gawd real job (no more internships, woohoo!) was even harder. Guess what? Your education still isn’t over. Unless you got an MBA […]Read more "What we didn’t learn in architecture school"
We know that politics is one of the three taboo subjects. It’s usually controversial, often complicated and typically boring, and we hate being boring. However, the Missouri Historic Tax Credit is a big deal not only to our industry, but for small business owners and residents throughout the state. Every year the legislature threatens to […]Read more "Landmarks Association to release MoHTC advocacy film"