Ranked among the 10 largest convention center ballrooms in the nation, Kansas City, Missouri's Bartle Hall Ballroom is, needless to say, enormous, encompassing a vast 46,450 square feet.
MHDC Approves Funding for ’08
KANSAS CITY, MO. — Preserving affordable units for public housing and in rural areas continued to be a focus for Missouri after funding for 34 rental projects for fiscal 2008 was approved.
KANSAS CITY—The Missouri Housing Development Commission (MHDC) made some small changes to its 2008 qualified allocation plan.
Layering light in a residential setting often relies on the light fixture as a decorative object. But in the case of this converted two-story commercial building, a contemporary treatment was requested.
Sculpting with Light
Some projects simply include lighting in their design, others root light in their core. The Bloch Building, the new addition to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri, is one such project.
LIHTC Apartments Set to Convert to Affordable Condos
A low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) property in Kansas City, Mo., took a big step toward converting from apartments into an affordable homeownership development after a critical Internal Revenue Service (IRS) ruling.
derek Porter Becomes Director of Parsons' Lighting Program
in late august, lighting designer derek porter, principal and founder of Kansas City, Missouri-based Derek Porter Studio, was appointed the new Director of the MFA program in Lighting Design in the Department of Architecture, Interior Design, and Lighting at Parsons. An accomplished practitioner...
Topeka, Kansas El Dorado Architects, Kansas City, MO Derek Porter Studio, Kansas City, MO Mike Sinclair, Kansas City, MO 24,000 square feet not provided approx. $60 per square foot (overall construction) H.E.
Jered E. Widmer has been named an associate of
With the nine-block Power & Light entertainment district under development, along with the 20,000-seat Sprint Arena and the new Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Kansas City’s downtown is experiencing a $4.5 billion urban renaissance.