Posts Tagged ‘Missouri’
Thursday, September 14th, 2017
Article source: RMTA
The Sprint Mobile Health Accelerator is a venture powered by the Sprint Corporation, dedicated to the growth of the tech sector and entrepreneurship in Kansas City. The Accelerator is a beacon for entrepreneurship in the region, bringing startups from around the world into Kansas City to work on the future of mobile health technology. Sprint co-locates engineering talent, executive mentors and other technical resources to ensure these startups have an unfair advantage against the rest of the industry.
Sprint tasked RMTA to create a place that inspires and promotes work-life balance; a place where people want to be. Built in 1903 as an ice house, the 12,000 square feet second floor underwent significant renovations while retaining the building’s original, natural charm to accommodate a wide variety of activities within three distinct sections:
Image Courtesy © RMTA
- Architects: RMTA
- Project: Sprint Accelerator
- Location: Kansas City, Missouri USA
Thursday, July 27th, 2017
Article source: Clickspring Design
The Express Scripts Lab is a 12,500 square-foot addition to the pharmaceutical benefits manager’s facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Designed by Clickspring Design, the Lab opened in July 2014 and showcases strategic innovation, actively demonstrating the practical application of clinical and behavioral expertise to improve health decisions and add value to the healthcare system.
Image Courtesy © Raeford Dwyer
- Architects: Clickspring Design
- Project: The Express Scripts Lab
- Location: St. Louis, Missouri, USA
- Photography: Raeford Dwyer
- Architect Of Record: FORUM Studio
- Client Name: Express Scripts
- Project Size: 10,500 square feet
- Project Status: Built, completed July 2014
Friday, January 13th, 2017
Article source: Studio Gang
Studio Gang announces their design for One Hundred, a new tower at 100 North Kingshighway Boulevard in St. Louis, Missouri, for Mac Properties. The design, which will be unveiled in a public meeting in St. Louis on Monday, December 12, proposes an architecturally significant apartment tower at the northeast corner of Kingshighway Boulevard and West Pine Boulevard in the Central West End neighborhood.
“The Central West End is an extraordinary, architecturally rich neighborhood that has evolved over many decades,” said Eli Ungar, Founder of Mac Properties. “In planning a development for this exceptional site, we selected Studio Gang for their commitment to thoughtful, sustainable development and to a design that both honors the history of a community and contributes to its continued evolution.”
Image Courtesy © Studio Gang
- Architects: Studio Gang
- Project: One Hundred
- Location: 100 North Kingshighway Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri, USA
- Client: Mac Properties
- Engineering Team: Structural Engineering, MKA; MEP/FP Engineering, dbHMS
- Sustainability: Targeting LEED Certification
- Residential tower: 305 apartments / 36 stories / 385 ft in height
- Size: 540,369 sf, 315,440 sf residential, 5-story podium including 882 sf retail, 6,756 sf amenity space, with 23,810 sf below-ground parking (355 parking spaces), and 8,817 sf green roof
- Status: Commissioned 2015, set to begin construction in 2017, anticipated completion 2019
Wednesday, September 21st, 2016
Article source: KEM STUDIO
The Madison residence is located in the Westside neighborhood in Kansas City, MO, USA.
The goal of this project was to break conventional notions of what we “need” in a house and design for the client’s specific lifestyle. KEM STUDIO went through a comprehensive research process to define the parameters of the project, analyze the client’s lifestyle and develop a clear idea for the project.
Image Courtesy © KEM STUDIO
- Architects: KEM STUDIO
- Project: Madison Residence
- Location: Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Sunday, August 7th, 2016
Article source: Nomad Studio
Conceived as a living, kinetic sculpture nested within the courtyard of the Contemporary Art Museum of Saint Louis, Green Air proposes an immersive space, a hanging garden that floats above a tapestry of ever changing shadows.
Image Courtesy © Alise O’Brien
- Architects: Nomad Studio
- Project: Green Air
- Location: Contemporary Art Museum of Saint Louis (CAM), Missouri, USA
- Photography: Alise O’Brien, David Johnson and Sarah Rothberg
- Consultants: LIA Engineering
- Installation Team: Jessi Cerutti & Caleb Hauck
- Maintenance Team: St. Louis Master Gardeners
Tuesday, June 14th, 2016
Article source: ArchiCGI
This interior design cleverly uses thise space, combining many rooms at once. Don’t miss the opportunity to get more orders and clients and unlock the potential of 3D visualization for your design.
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- Architects: ArchiCGI
- Project: Living Room 3D visualization
- Location: Kansas City, Missouri
Tuesday, October 13th, 2015
Article source: Nomad Studio
Green Varnish, designed by landscape architecture firm nomad studio, is the first installation of its kind which is located in the courtyard of CAM in Saint Louis, with the aim of completely transforming and altering the space.
Image Courtesy © Nomad Studio
- Architects: Nomad Studio
- Project: Green Varnish
- Location: Saint Louis, Missouri, US State
- Photography: Jarred Gastreich, David Johnson, Alex Elmestad, Nomad Studio
- Brand: Nomad Studio.
- Consultants: Iria Perez and Assoc., LIA Engineering
- Assembly Team: Collab – Portico, Green Roof Blocks.
Thursday, October 8th, 2015
Article source: Mademan design
On a steep, narrow, vacant lot in Richmond Heights we built a modern home. The process wasn’t easy, including months of back-and-forth discussion with the municipality, losing the original contractor that introduced us to the project, and editing $100k out of the budget. In the end, we created one of The City’s only modern, energy efficient, affordable, new homes and one that still meets most of the clients’ wishlist as well as their budget.
Image Courtesy © Mademan design
- Architects: Mademan design
- Project: Richmond Heights Home
- Location: St. Louis, Missouri, US
Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013
Article source: Hufft Projects
Representing the second take on the originally proposed “Bent House”, the “Bent and Sliced House” incorporates the original concept of bending the home to accommodate the curving slope of the site. Furthermore, the idea of slicing and unfolding the home in a manner similar to Japanese Origami is introduced to create clerestories allowing opportunities for daylighting and natural ventilation.
Image Courtesy © Mike Sinclair
- Architects: Hufft Projects
- Project: Bent and Sliced House
- Location: Springfield, Missouri
- Photography: Mike Sinclair
- Completion Date: December 2008
- Size: 6,245 sf
- Scope: Private Residence – New Construction, Architecture, Interior Design, Sustainable Consultation
- Software used: Revit and Sketchup
Friday, October 18th, 2013
Article source: Q4 Architects
CORE recently won first prize in the AIA Designing Recovery design competition for the Joplin, Missouri site.
Designed by Q4 Architects, CORE in Joplin, MO is designed to address the local vernacular by combining two single-cell homes: a centrally located \”Safe House\” acts as the hearth and divides a \”Perimeter House\”. The Safe House contains all of the functions of ‘home’ that are necessary for a family to recover quickly from disaster and live for an extended period of time until rebuilding is possible.
Image Courtesy © Q4 Architects
- Architects: Q4 Architects
- Project: CORE
- Location: Joplin, Missouri
- Software used: Autocad, Revit, and the Adobe Creative Suite