Aimed to be the areas first LEED Certified Community, these 24 single-family homes combine contemporary designs with energy efficient systems and materials.
Located in Kansas City's Westport bar district, this elegant whiskey spot’s charming design details are causing as much buzz as the delicious, hand-crafted cocktails they sling.
Through the illumination of interior exam rooms, as well as the nurse’s station, an innovative design considers the well-being of those providing care as much as those receiving it.
Modern infill on a currently vacant lot, Gillham Park Row is expected to be complete in early 2015 at the corner of 37th & Gillham Road in Kansas City's Old Hyde Park district.
Recently complete, this renovation at 58th & Mission Road seamlessly integrates a dramatic Prairie-style addition - offering a light-filled central living area and generous kitchen.
A residential infill project in Leawood, Kansas, this single-family residence focused on green construction and achieved the first privately-funded, LEED Platinum certification in the state.
Adaptive reuse of a 1940’s Brownfield site, this industrial building was transformed to host an after school arts program operated by the Prosecutor’s Office of Jackson County, Missouri.
An innovative curtain wall and canopy clearly defines the entryway while welcoming visitors and guests for their stay within this boutique-style, Plaza view hotel.
This transformation/ renovation turned a 1923 building into unique, modern office spaces for two local businesses and a gallery space for exhibits and small gatherings.
Carefully designed to take full advantage of its unique location, the elevated levels of this Westside home reveal breathtaking views of the nearby downtown Kansas City skyline.
Comprehensive and implementable community redevelopment strategies were created for six designated neighborhoods within Kansas City, Missouri's urban core.