Red Bridge Revitalization Continues

Red Bridge Shopping Center is home to several locally owned shops and retailers. The community focused destination was originally developed by the legendary J.C. Nichols Company. Check out some of the latest photos of the shopping center. We’re excited to see the newest tenant, Barrio! Overall, the transformation reestablished the close community relationship to Red […]

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Go Gretchen, Go!

The AIA Kansas City recognizes individuals for their role in shaping the future of both architectural profession and the greater Kansas City metropolitan area. Criteria for acceptance include proven career success and community involvement. The benefits of the program include: development of relationship skills, skill development, team performance, and chapter and community leadership. Topics that […]

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Northland Early Education Center Unveils New Expansion + Renovation

Northland Early Education Center provides early education and therapy services for children. The ribbon cutting ceremony nodded to the progress and the many years of hard work by countless hands. This expansion allows the student body to grow by 55 percent. We’re proud to be a part of the story that provides quality and inclusive […]

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Architizer A+Award Jury Winner

With entries from over 100 countries, the Architizer A+ Jury Winner is selected by an illustrious jury, comprising equal parts architects and designers, cultural thought leaders, developers and other creatives. We are ecstatic that our project was selected as winner. Details: Inspired to transform the traditional hockey barn, the project embraces strategies often considered non-traditional […]

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A Toast to The Blues!

It happened. A week ago the St. Louis Blues made history.¬† 52 years in the making, the Blues claimed the Stanley Cup with one of the most improbable comebacks in hockey history. The win was well deserved for this resilient franchise. Generator Studio was lucky to start our journey with The Blues four years ago. […]

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10 Years of Generator Studio

Generator Studio’s first office was the former poker room above my garage. We put away the ashtrays and decks of cards to make room for a simple 2′ by 8′ folding table that served as the working desks, drafting table, reception area and lunchroom for both Tom and I. ¬†Remarkably, this 16 SF plastic tabletop […]

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