Growing up in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Kyle Campbell, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, became interested in architecture while in high school. During his senior year, he was able to spend a couple of days job shadowing with prominent Nashville architect, Kem Hinton. While there, he participated in various site visits to such prestigious projects as the Frist Center for the Visual Arts as well as the Mount Zion Baptist Church.
The Village of Belmar located in Lakewood, Colorado has been recognized as one of 26 developments in the country for the 2017 Argentum Senior Living by Design Award as featured in Senior Living Executive Magazine. The Argentum Senior Living by Design Award honors architects, design firms, and senior living providers throughout the country that achieve innovative architecture in senior living communities.
Rosemann & Associates, P.C. has been tapped to lead the architecture and design efforts of the rehabilitation of the 102-year-old historic Longview Mansion in Lee’s Summit, Missouri.
An entity of Sunflower Development Group has purchased the property and work is expected to be completed by the fall of 2018. Rau Construction Company will serve as general contractor for the project. Upon completion, this historical treasure will continue to operate as one of Kansas City’s Premier event Facilities.
Rosemann & Associates, P.C. design architect and structural engineer for the development, participated in the ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony of The Residences at Jennings Place II, situated in Jennings, Missouri.
There is no better time than now to embrace the season of giving and the Rosemann & Associates team has generously set out to spread their cheer and to help better the community by bringing smiles to people in need.
Rosemann’s St. Louis office is a strong supporter of St. Louis Women in Architecture. A subset of AIA St. Louis, it aims to help women in architecture build their peer network. Their mission statement reads, “In an inspiring and safe environment, we look to help women grow personally and professionally and navigate the unique challenges they face in the profession. We strive to both improve the St. Louis community and promote architecture to a new generation of women."
Rosemann St. Louis Team was on the track early in the morning on October 28th taking steps in a noncompetitive 3 to 5 mile walk for the Annual American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Cancer Walk. St. Louis' Forest Park was covered in pink while thousands of people united as a community to honor breast cancer survivors, raise awareness about the disease and give donations to save lives.
Charless Place, a 71-unit independent senior living development situated on eight-acres in the City of St. Louis, combines the historic renovation of the original Charless Home built in 1853 with a newly constructed addition.
Construction has begun on tiny houses at several St. Louis-area schools where they are debuting a “Geometry in Construction” course this year. This tiny house project is inspired not only by the increased popularity of small dwellings but more importantly by the alternative movement to fill a gap in transitional housing for the homeless.