Killeen Studio Architects is a full service architectural and interior design firm in St. Louis. We design distinct spaces in which people enjoy working, learning and living. With a talented, dedicated staff, we provide quick service, great value and personal attention to every detail of your project. We strive to meet and exceed our client's expectations for quality design and budget adherence.
From the initial concept drawings, to design development, to construction documents and overseeing construction, we offer a complete package for homeowners, developers, corporations, facilities managers, and business owners. It is our policy to listen to and engage you at every step of the process.
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From the Landmarks Association of St. Louis' website:
The Killeen Building, 3015 Salena
This building was selected to receive an award in recognition of the culmination of a 10 year odyssey undertaken by Mike and Annie Killeen and the Killeen Studios team that resulted in the transformation of what Mike described as a "sinking battleship of a building" into a beautiful and truly inspirational space. However, when it was first purchased in 2004, Mike recalled how the holes in the roof, rotting floorboards and crumbling light well inspired nothing but extreme buyer's remorse. Truly a team effort, the building embodies not just the vision of the Killeens, but also the sweat and skills of the firm's staff, who labored on the renovation during the depths of the recent recession. Today the Killeen Building is home to tenants including photographers, attorneys, web developers and artists in addition to architects and contributes greatly to the vibrancy and vitality of Benton Park.
I was forced to stay at the Double Tree, Chesterfield hotel last week while I attended a leadership training. IT WAS SO COOL, but I had no idea that you did the design work.
That hotel is where I interviewed for my original job at APC...in the old, dark bar area. The new bar is open and awesome, the Starbucks is nice too, and the pre function/buffet area in the restaurant is very nice.
From homes to hotels...is there anything you guys don't do?