Transmissions from SPACE

"What are those things on your ceiling?" is a regular comment we hear from guests. On Earth Day, we thought it would be fun to explain the mysterious metal plates on our ceiling. When we

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Today, Bulrush opens to the public. Chef Rob Connoley's modern interpretation of traditional Ozark cuisine embraces local ingredients, many of which have been foraged by himself and sous chef Justin Bell. Our team was so

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A wonderful couple purchased a Spanish-style home for their upcoming retirement in University City. Previous owners had built a two-story white cube garage addition that made expanding the home a tricky enterprise. We partnered with

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This week we uncovered a stash of hand sketches we made while working through the design of St. Louis's first Mellow Mushroom that opened in 2016. The general public only gets to see the "winning"

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Often we work with clients at their businesses, and then we're lucky to lend a hand on their homes, too. Such is the case with a longtime business client who came to us when his

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We're consistently surprised by the vision and creativity of our clients. In a stunning transformation, Catering St. Louis is converting an alley -- an alley! -- into a wedding venue and private event space. After

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Construction has just begun on the new First Kids Early Childhood Center at First St. Charles United Methodist Church. The renovation includes new classrooms, updated public areas, and a welcoming entrance along the north side of

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If you ever wanted to hear about hospitality design and the business of architecture, you can get the story straight from the horse's mouth. Our friend Alexis Zotos interviewed Space Captain Tom Niemeier (not really

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SPACE is pleased to announce that architect John Pitman has joined the board of directors for The St. Louis Art Place Initiative, an effort to create affordable home ownership opportunities for low- to middle-income artists.

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Brian, Don and Mark have been busy the last few months in the shop, and here is a little peek at some of the work they've been doing! Live-edge walnut dining table with removable leaves

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There's a lot of good happening in St. Louis, and we're glad we met singer, producer, and wonderful do-gooder Brian Owens through our friends at the Kranzburg Arts Foundation. He introduced us to his work

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We love working with artists, but we have a special affinity for those who use flames and heavy tools to craft delicate and exacting pieces of art. Glass artist David Alper fits the bill, and SPACE

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Nothing makes us happier than when clients call us back to help them on a move or expansion. That's exactly what happened with Daugherty Business Solutions, a Creve Coeur based technology company. They were growing,

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It's finally Friday and we've got cold boozy drinks on the mind already. Seems like a good time to share some renderings of the new Narwhals' at The Streets of St. Charles, scheduled to open

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In architecture and construction, there are good surprises and bad surprises. Good surprises: a glorious rendering of a meticulously detailed space that is within (or below!) budget. Bad surprises: the floor not looking the way

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We're lucky to have a prime spot right in the middle of Grovefest, one of our favorite community events. This year, we're partnering with Building Futures to offer an open house and STEM (Science Technology

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Mission Taco Joint is a local favorite, and for good reason: An impressive list of tacos (Duck! Portobellos and goat cheese!) with an equally impressive list of drinks, all enjoyed in a funky, comfortable space.

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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

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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.

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Fork and Stix has been critically acclaimed as some of the best Thai food in town, and we were excited to work with the owner to open a sister restaurant, KiiN Essentially Thai, downtown. In addition

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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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