Transmissions from SPACE

  To celebrate St. Louis Design Week October 3-9, 2016, SPACE Architecture+Design hosted a Little Free Library event. Architecture and design firms from all over St. Louis were invited to participate by joining us as

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What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Uh, except for awesome design inspiration for one of St. Louis’ best-known restaurant families, that is. We’re not talking about paintings of Elvis gracing some playing cards or

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When Fox Associates asked us to help bring St. Louis’ first champagne bar to life right next door to one of the most beautiful theatres in the world, we couldn’t help but give them an extra-long standing ovation. Classy drinks and world-class entertainment? Sign us up!

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St. Louis has felt like a front-runner for a Major League Soccer expansion team for some time. The region has even been sorta close to landing a team before. But it wasn't until the Los

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In August of last year, St. Louis Magazine published "Six Things to Love About Randolfi’s Italian Kitchen". The list included, the atmosphere, the pasta, the pizza, quality ingredients, the bar, and the dessert. We won't

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You may have had a friend tell you SPACE is sexy. You may have overheard someone say it at work. You may have even felt it yourself while indulging in gooey butter cake at Russell's Cafe,

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You haven't lived until you've had Russell's Cafe's gooey butter cake. Or gorgeous cakes slathered in sweet, fluffy buttercream. Or the loaded sandwiches. Or the pot roast. Evidently, a lot of people agree with us, because this little

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We have one chance to get this right. Because we’re dedicated to a broader, more engaging discussion about our city and the future of MLS here, we are hosting a stadium community design open house

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It's time for a party at SPACE. When we party, we like to do it with local artists. We're thrilled to have photographs by Benjamin Evans, Benjamin Scherliss and R.J. Hartbeck on our walls. Of

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When contacted by the Scholarship Foundation to consider a remake of its ScholarShop high-end retail space, we knew it was the perfect job for us: highly visible space, multiple constituencies, quick turnaround, a strict budget.

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Remember this beaut? Kim Hayes' gorgeous 1965 Airstream Safari is coming back to SPACE this Friday for a Valentine's Day pop-up shop to help you find a special gift for that special someone. The Kabine

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We're thrilled to work with Urban Chestnut Brewing Co. on its new Urban Research Brewery (U.R.B.) in The Grove. When UCBC invested in its new brewing facility and Bier Hall, we were pretty excited. Not

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When the City of St. Louis issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the old Shaw Theatre building at 39th Street and Shaw Avenue, we knew we wanted to be part of its redevelopment. The vision we

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Placing a major league sports stadium in an urban context has been a challenge for decades. American cities have latched onto the big projects as the silver bullet of urban revitalization. They've often fallen short

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At SPACE we focus on design day in and day out, working with visionary clients to produce spaces that are inspiring, sustainable, and economically successful. 2015 brought a lot of exciting work: Curtain Call at

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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

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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

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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

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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,

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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

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Little Free Library sketches. 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

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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

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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

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We're pleased to welcome local artist Sandi Shapiro to our gallery on the evening of Friday, March 6, 2015 from 6 to 8 PM. Her show, Hard Edges, features colorful nonobjective paintings and wire sculpture. Of her

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We don't have any profound speeches, but we're so happy you like us -- you really like us! -- and it showed last week as we brought home two trophies from the St. Louis At Home

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