Completed in 1904 as the operational headquarters for E.G. Lewis’ Women’s Magazine and in time for the World’s Fair, City Hall stands as an outstanding example of the Beaux Arts Ideal: integrating the allied arts of architecture, sculpture and painting. As a part of a complete modernization of the building, interior and exterior building elements were restored to their original splendor to celebrate the centennial of the founding of University City.
University City, Missouri
Client: City of University City
Size: 33,495 SF
Trivers Role: Lead Architect, Historic Architect, Interior Design
Photographer: Alise O'Brien