May 2018

Articles from this Issue

Homeowner and businesswoman Robin Kruse knows a hidden gem when she sees one and so does architect Jeff Day of Jeff Day and Associates. It was Jeff’s architecture and planning firm that reconfigured...
One of Chris and Toni Pagano's oldest traditions is to get theirs sons and daughters-in-law together once a year to make classic Italian Scalili, a tradition that Toni has done every year of her life...
Whether building a new home or renovating a dated one, perfecting a space down to the smallest detail can be stressful for any homeowner. While a pop of color or a unique piece of furniture can add...
It’s an architectural element used so often you probably don’t even think about it. Staircases move us from one floor to another. But these simple steps don’t have to be the same-old standard design...
Daniel Boone Library, St. Louis, MO Photography by Alise O'Brien Photography The Daniel Boone Library was recently renovated by Bond Architects to accommodate the rapidly growing community in west St...
For our May Architectural issue, we are asking local design professionals if bay windows are a design element of the past or here to stay. Classic “I believe that bay windows are a classic element of...

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