Wiese is the wizard of warehouses. Providing their clients with material handling equipment (forklifts, railcar movers, balers, and everything else a warehouse needs), safety training, and warehouse design, Wiese's corporate office in St. Louis was due for its own redesign. The entire office was renovated, but Wiese's leadership wanted to drastically upgrade shared staff amenities, including the break room, training room, and conference areas, all while reinforcing the Wiese brand. The new space is light

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After operating a successful online shop of plant-based beauty products for years, Megan A. Schwarz wanted to refocus her efforts on her true love: holistic health coaching with a focus on women's skin and hormones. In addition to offering her clients advice on lifestyle, diet, and skin treatments, Megan also offers breathwork sessions to coach clients on diaphragmatic breathing to decrease stress and increase mindfulness. With such a unique offering of services, Megan needed a

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The community table. 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) the team worked hard to bring the exotic flavors of the Middle East to hungry diners in

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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, but -- unlike the other award winners -- our team was responsible for every step of the project, including design,

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"Each skater has their own style. They don’t just learn and do tricks; they make the tricks their own. I’d tried to skate a few times as a teenager but could never actually get a board off the ground, aka, pop a board," said St. Louis artist Kat Kissick. "But my art – my style – is generally known for bright colors, strong lines, and at times, a bold graphic quality. Putting my art on a deck – and popping

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The kitchen is centered around the hearth at Público. Patagonian pitmaster Francis Mallmann would probably approve of Público, Mike and Liz Randolph's ode to Latin American cuisine. Instead of cooking outdoors over a blazing fire, Mike brought the smoke and heat inside. You won't find an oven, a fryolator or a even a range in the kitchen. Delectable meats and veggies are cooked over the wood-fired hearth that serves as grill, spit and smoker. As if cooking for

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Rooster South Grand, formerly the Hamiltonian Federal Savings and Loan Associationphoto by Aaron Bunse We drove by that vacant Modernist glass box on South Grand for years, hoping a brave soul would resurrect it from years of decay and dirt. Fortunately, Dave Bailey — the owner of a small empire of St. Louis' favorite dining spots, including Bailey's Chocolate Bar, Bailey's Range, Rooster, Bridge, and Small Batch — could see past the crumbling brick and nasty carpet to envision

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