4 of the Coolest Workspaces Around St. Louis

By on September 5, 2018

From MySTL:  There are plenty of impressive businesses that call St. Louis home, but some make an especially bold statement with their workspaces that simply can’t be overlooked. From biotechnology companies to coworking spaces, we highlighted four of the most distinct offices in the Gateway City. What’s more, some of these workspaces were developed by some of St. Louis’ most talented architects and designers.

Check them out below:

CannonDesign | 1100 Clark Ave, St. Louis, MO 63102

Designer: CannonDesign

Located at the corner of Clark and 11th streets, CannonDesign made the 19,000-square-foot St. Louis Power House building its home after it stood vacant for almost 30 years. Constructed in 1928 and designated as a landmark by the National Historic Register, the Power House provided coal-fired steam heat to a dozen downtown buildings until 1980. The building’s exterior was in good shape when CannonDesign moved in, but it took a combination of creativity and craftsmanship to transform the building into the stunning space that it is today. Among CannonDesign’s additions were a 3,500-square-foot urban garden and a historically accurate replacement of windows in their original masonry openings.

Cofactor Genomics | 4044 Clayton Ave, St. Louis, MO 63110

Designer: Arcturis

Located at the entry of the Cortex District, this 11,000 square-foot space features an edgy, contemporary aesthetic that aligns with Cofactor’s mission and personality. The space consists of offices, wet labs, a sequencing lab and a hood room. Arcturis collaborated with several local artists and vendors to ensure that this space reflected the creative spirit of the surrounding neighborhood.

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