The Madden Residence was a single family residential project located in an established St. Louis, MO neighborhood. The clients requested a backyard redesign to expand their outdoor living area, introduce terraced gardens, knot gardens and rain gardens. The rain gardens were included to reduce storm water run-off to the local watershed. Continue reading
The Russo Residence is a single family home located in an O’Fallon, MO neighborhood. Topography and location created storm water run-off issues on this project site. Continue reading
The Byer Residence was a 70+ year old single family residence in St. Louis requiring a retrofit of the front entrance and backyard space that was sensitive to the family’s needs and respectful of the home’s original architecture. Concept plans were developed to accommodate present and future needs of the client. Two areas of concern were safety and usability. Continue reading
Located in downtown Clayton, MO, Park Place is an office building renovation project that was completed in 2008. Continue reading
Hilton Homewood Suites This newly constructed hotel complex was completed in 2009 and is located in Richmond Heights, MO. Project parameters required; guest sitting areas, patio space, well delineated entrance spaces and a colorful plant palette suited to soil conditions and exposures. Continue reading
12000 Building is site for a local community college and located in St. Louis, MO. The existing landscape required a retrofit that would utilize existing tree canopy, create inviting spaces for students to sit and provide an updated appearance to the entrances.
Immanuel Lutheran Church & School moved to its new location on Highway N in June 2009. Immanuel’s previous location had been in operation since 1899 and served as a central hub of activity in downtown Wentzville. Congregation and school growth in combination with a 17 acre land donation were catalysts for moving the campus its new location on Highway N. Continue reading