The people of Texas are informed that, in accordance with a proclamation from the Executive of the United States, all slaves are free. This involves an absolute equality of personal rights and rights of property between former masters and slaves, and the connection heretofore existing between them becomes that between employer and hired labor. The… (Read the full article)
Mitchell Wall’s Amanda Truemper, AIA is leading the Architecture & Interior Design for Nitrous Effect’s new offices in Downtown St. Louis. This is a large multiple-floor creative agency Tenant Improvement in partnership with Cushman & Wakefield and we couldn’t be more excited to be a part of this great project! This one is getting some… (Read the full article)
The team here at Mitchell Wall are proud to announce our partnership with the Olive West housing development currently being planned for the space located at Vandeventer and Olive. Read all about this exciting St. Louis development on the CityScene STL website.
When contemplating adding an addition to your home, you want to consider additions that will not only increase the quality of your time spent in your home, but also those that will add value to your home. Additions in general tend to increase the livable square footage of your home, which inherently increases its value,… (Read the full article)
Many states have programs in place to provide homeowners with grants to renovate historic homes, but these programs typically have strict guidelines to determine fund eligibility. If you’re interested in learning more about using grants to renovate historic homes and how you can apply, here’s a brief overview of the programs and conditions. Who provides… (Read the full article)
We are honored to have been chosen as one of the 29 international finalists in the Kitchen Design Contest presented by Wolf, Sub-Zero and Cove for our architecture and interior design work on The 1892 Estate. Members of the Mitchell Wall Architecture and Design team will be in attendance for the Winners Summit & Gala.
Our work for The Columbia House is featured in the current May/June issue of Sophisticated Living Magazine. You can read the full article by Joan Lerch, “Sleek, Modern and Abundantly Fun” online.
When starting a home build project, there are a few key questions you must ask your architect before beginning and throughout the project. It’s important to keep the lines of communication open to ensure your home is being built the way you want it to, and in order to do so, you should establish the… (Read the full article)
As they say in the real estate business, the most important thing is “location, location, location.” This is equally true when buying a house that’s already been built as it is when selecting your custom home building site. If you’re in the process of selecting a building site for your new home, how can you… (Read the full article)
Embarking on a kitchen remodeling project is an exciting endeavor, but in order to make your dream kitchen a reality, there are a few steps you need to take first. Create a wish list Think about how you use your kitchen now: what works, what doesn’t, what could be better. Think about how you and… (Read the full article)