September’s Feature Project plays up modern elegance created by the Lawrence Group.
Their recent project for Cushman Wakefield is a beautiful combination of a sleek, modern work space and fun colors that bring life to the cafe, training spaces and conference rooms.
Lisa Morrison, From the Lawrence Group, describes the space as having a "modern color scheme" that fulfills Cushman Wakefield's "work, live, play" mindset as a company.
The space serves as a Portfolio Services Center, and offers "a wide variety of a wide variety of work space options including sit-to-stand desks, laptop bars, co-working lounge booths and hearth tables, duck-in rooms for quick phone calls, meet-ups for small meetings and a library for quiet, focused work efforts", says Morrison.
No office is complete without a killer coffee bar. The silver wall is set off by black and stainless, and finished with staggered pendant lights, adding flare to the minimalist design.
The space is stunning and functional. It offers the newest technology and many amenities to employees while maintaining refined elements of design throughout.
To learn more about the Lawrence Group and the Cushman Wakefield project, visit Lisa Morrison's blog on the project here.
Our latest features showcase our clients and their winning style.
Left: Dawn Sturmon Right: Dawn Sturmon | Mitchell Wall
Above: Stückenschneider Decoration & Design
Above: Ryan Street & Associates and Studio Seiders
Above: Amy Studebaker
Whether you are traveling near or far one thing is for certain, you need a comfy place to rest. We've got a couple recommendations just for you and your tired head!
This Courtyard Marriott Convention Center Hotel in St. Louis has a whole new look. Originally opened in 1929 as The Lennox Hotel, this space offers a little history and a whole lot of comfort.
Interior Architecture and Design: Lawerence Group
Headed south? We had the joy of photographing The Q&C Hotel in New Orleans, and it is definitely a recommended stay. Close to the French Quarter, it offers a nod to traditional NOLA with a trendy twist. you will never be far from a good time or a great sleep.
St. Louis staple and statement, The Moonrise, is a boutique Hotel in the heart of the
Delmar Loop With a fresh and fun atmosphere. your head will rest
with the stars before you take off for your adventures!
Here is to happy traveling and a great nights sleep!
We are so happy to congratulate Trivers Architecture on winning the 2017 AIA/HUD Secretary's Award for Flance Learning Center in St. Louis, MO. The project was one that brought together community leaders, volunteers, and private partners to bring a bright new future to a lower income community.
Through innovative and LEED centered design Trivers' has created a wonderful new space. To read more about the design process and this award you can visit AIA.org or https://www.aia.org/showcases/83706-flance-early-learning-center
what better way to celebrate spring weather than to spend some time outdoors!? We've had the pleasure of capturing some great outdoor living spaces. here are a few to inspire your outdoor space this spring.
Who wouldn't love being able to wake up in the morning to breakfast on this sun light patio, or have evening drinks beside a warm fire.
This lake side veranda is the perfect spot to soak up the sun or relax with your closest friends!
Outdoor dining at its finest! A grand setting for hosting family and friends.
Ken Stuckenschneider Decoration and Design & Ryan Street and Associates
When summer days turn into summer nights what better way to spend
them than pool side with a good movie and all your best friends!
Ken Stuckenschneider Decoration and Design with Walbrandt Technologies
We hope your spring and summer and filled with all the joys of being able to live outdoors
The Saint Louis Fashion Fund is an Incubator SPace for growing designers in an elegant urban loft. The bright and modern space gives a clean slate for emerging designers to nurture their creative talents and the residents of St. Louis to experience new and innovative work. the new fund will bring valuable projects
and education to the St. Louis area.
We had the pleasure of photographing the new space designed by Arcturis this past February. Here are a few words from them on design challenges they faced for this project.
"Arcturis’s design was heavily influenced by the passions and fashions of the designers inhabiting the space. Designing a space that is conducive to a diverse group of creatives is no easy task. We opened
the space to take advantage of as much natural light as possible and to create an engaging and comfortable working environment for the designers. The solution, ingenious in its simplicity,
proved to be the use of neutral colors and finishes to create an environment that does not overwhelm
the designers' work and allows their creations to be the focal point."