Defining an Era: Modern Architecture of St. Louis
The Cultural Resources Office of the St. Louis Planning and Urban Design Agency is conducting an extensive inventory of the City's Modern architecture built between 1945 and 1975 with Peter Meijer Architect, PC as the consultant for the project.
Public Meeting - February 11, 2013
In early 2012, the Cultural Resources Office began an intensive city-wide survey of all Mid-Century Modern non-residential architecture, constructed in the period from 1946-1975, and identifying more than 2300 resources. Of these, 200 properties were chosen for additional study based upon architectural interest. Since the meeting, the Office has chosen 27 buildings that are especially representative of the period. These will undergo more intensive research that will prepare them for possible listing in the National Register or designation as City Landmarks.
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