Attention to those of you who are attending First Friday tomorrow at the Crossroads Arts District, Design Build Team will have a display board featured at AIA Kansas City’s office so make sure you stop by and check it out. For those of you not familiar with First Friday, it is a chance for you to explore the Crossroads and experience all it has to offer. This FREE event occurs every first Friday of the month year round, rain or shine. Most art galleries, retailers and participating venues will stay open later so you can stroll in and out of the shops and such late into the night.
AIA Kansas City will be featuring different project boards from their members giving you a chance to see what projects are being completed in the Kansas City area. So check it out and let us know what you think!
Louis Henri Sullivan, father of modernism, is considered to be one of the most influential architects of all time. In 1891, Sullivan built one of the first skyscrapers in the world, The Wainwright Building in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. Frank Lloyd Wright, who was a pupil of Louis Sullivan, called the Wainwright Building “the very first human expression of a tall steel office-building as Architecture.” Sullivan also built the famous Auditorium Building in Chicago, Illinois, which was completed in 1889.
Louis Sullivan: The Struggle for American Architecture, a beautiful documentary about the architect’s life and career, is now playing at the Tivoli Theater in Westport. The film won Best Documentary at the 2010 Kansas City Film Festival. Don’t miss your chance to see this film, visit Tivolikc.com to see showtimes.
We were honored to receive the Gold Remodel of the Year Award 2010 from Kansas City Homes and Gardens. Design Build Team, Inc won the gold for “Best Kitchen Remodel over $120,000”. The renovation of this 1917 Mission Hills home allowed the homeowners to combine several small rooms into a larger kitchen and breakfast area.
Design Build Team Before Photo
Design Build Team Completed Project
Thank you KCH&G for acknowledging our 1917 Mission Hills home project and we look forward to creating more award-winning spaces.
To learn more please visit Kansas City Homes and Gardens.