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."
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"
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 put the fun in fundraising. In honor of St. Louis Design Week, we got the boss to dress up in a chicken suit and throw eggs off a 25-foot lift in the parking lot for an old-fashioned egg drop to raise money for Adams Elementary School. Competition was fierce. Six teams from JEMA, Mackey-Mitchell, […]Read more "See the creativity fly! Eggs in SPACE video"
Ranken Jordan Pediatric Bridge Hospital is one of our dearest clients, and we have the chance to earn money for them just by running the Rock & Roll Marathon in October. If you aren’t familiar with them, the folks at Ranken Jordan are miracle workers. The boys and girls in their care live with illnesses and injuries that […]Read more "Running for Ranken Jordan"