Mitchell Wall to design Nitrous Effect Offices at St. Louis Place

Mitchell Wall’s Amanda Truemper, AIA is leading the Architecture & Interior Design for Nitrous Effect’s new offices in Downtown St. Louis. This is a large multiple-floor creative agency Tenant Improvement in partnership with Cushman & Wakefield and we couldn’t be more excited to be a part of this great project! This one is getting some great press – read more here  |  St. Louis Business Journal (link)  |  St. Louis Post-Dispatch (link)

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