New Movie Theater Signals Hope for an Area Long in Decline

Excerpt from article on Trivers' new 24:1 Cinema featured in the St. Louis Post Dispatch.

On Friday, the 24:1 Cinema, at the corner of Ferguson and Page Avenues, officially opened, providing what may be the strongest sign yet the community is pushing back against years of decline. Nothing signals progress like the glow of a theater's marquee.

Wrapped in gray stucco and fiber cement board with a blue ribbon accent, the cinema and a building next door renovated for office space cost roughly $6 million. It's the latest development spearheaded by the nonprofit Beyond Housing at that intersection in north St. Louis County.

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RISE Young Professionals Board Happy Hour

On November 5th, Trivers Associates sponsored the RISE Young Professionals Happy Hour event held at Urban Chestnut Brewing Company's Grove Brewery and Bierhall. Trivers was excited to bring together two great clients -- RISE and Urban Chestnut -- for this well-attended fundraising event. Check out more here.  


Architecture Lab Recognizes Two Trivers Projects

We are excited to announce that two Trivers Associates projects have been featured on Architecture Lab. The goal of Architecture Lab is to 'make architecture more connected, and bring together architects/designers from around the world searching for the latest architectural news: projects, products, events, interview and competitions among others'.  Check out the two AIA-Award winning projects on Architecture Lab here:

Adam Aronson Fine Arts Center

Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville Art & Design Expansion

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Adam Aronson Fine Arts Center 

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Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville Art & Design