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SFS: AIA KC Firm of the Year!

We are thrilled yet humbled by our recognition as AIA Kansas City’s Firm of the Year. To our peers, colleagues, clients, and talented staff, thank you! It has been our tremendous honor to work alongside each and every one of you to help shape this remarkable community we call home. As we celebrate our 45th [...]

Art in Architecture

Artisans from Conrad Schmitt Studios are hard at work creating new murals for St. Joseph Catholic Church in Topeka, KS.  The murals are being installed as part of the restoration of the historic German church. The painting of the Holy Trinity by artist Corbert Gauthier, similar to all of the murals, was first created in […]

Preserving the Past

The restoration of the historic St. Joseph's Catholic Church (Topeka, Kansas), continues. SFS project architect Kelly Batcheller-Mummey, along with Teresa Thompson and Rose Herman, members of the Church’s restoration committee, recently visited Conrad Schmitt Studios in New Berlin, WI, to check out the meticulous work being done to restore the Church’s statuary and stained glass windows.

Excelsior Springs Community Center Recognized for Design Excellence

Excelsior Springs Community Center was recognized for Design Excellence in Interior Architecture in recent AIA design awards programs. The project was honored with a Merit Award from AIA Central States Region and a Citation Award from AIA Kansas City. The interior architecture is derived from a pivotal decision by the design team to leverage the [...]

St. Peter’s Multipurpose Space Wins Gold!

The new multipurpose space at St. Peter’s Catholic Parish has received a MADA Gold Award (Civic Category) from the International Interior Design Association - Mid America Chapter. The project was just one of five to receive the highest level Gold award. The space connects the Parish’s historic 1928 classroom building and 1943 church building. The [...]