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Seating in the Ethical Society of St. Louis, MO -- "[Harris Armstrong, the architect] worked with the congregation's building committee to select the fabric for the auditorium seating for the Ethical Society. How the selections were made and how the colors were distributed throughout the very controlled, axial, symmetrical space is rather marvelous." -- via architectural ruminations -- Click through or see this photostream for much more…

St. Louis University...Blue Queen... Queen's Daughters Hall, School of Law, is a historic building has offices and meeting rooms. #StL

from ArchDaily

AD Classics: AD Classics: Wainwright Building / Adler & Sullivan

LOUIS SULLIVAN (American): Wainwright Building. St. Louis, 1890-91. The Wainwright building is credited for being the first successful utilization of steel frame construction. The first two floors are faced in brown sandstone, the next seven stories rise in continuous brick piers. Terra-cotta panels of ornate foliage relief decorate the each floor.