Pecha Kucha Night once again made an appearance in St. Louis last Saturday, February 20th. This time the night was a bit unique, because the theme of the night was to highlight “creativity in light of tragedy”…
Last week, TOKY launched the final phase of the Transformation website for The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts….
TOKY and long-time client HOK launched the newest in a long line of projects last week — and this one’s been a long time coming. We started conceptual work on the HOK History & Lore site way back in 2007….
The site we developed for Saint Louis University’s Parks College of Engineering went live Friday….
Mary and I are still buzzed about making ALIVE Magazine’s BUZZ list for Midtown Alley, our not-quite-downtown urban neighborhood….
On a recent trip to Portland, Oregon, I was fortunate to have a personal tour of the new Mercy Corps world headquarters building (designed by THA Architecture) from a good friend who was then dispatched to Haiti within the next few days….
Recently the National AIGA updated its massive Design Archives web site. Now the site makes it easier to sort, search and create your own collection from over 20,000 selections in the last 80+ years….
St. Louis, the city of red-brick, 19th century architectural jewels and diverse neighborhoods, has been named one of this year’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations by the National Trust for Historic Preservation….
We recently launched the online catalogue for the current Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts exhibit Urban Alchemy: Gordon Matta-Clark….