What an amazing event! RD & Lighting Associates teamed up for IIDA Gateway’s Capes for Kids, which benefitted Friends of Kids with Cancer. These capes are going to make so many kids feel like...
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Listening to others and developing meaningful relationships that are built on respect and appreciation for all viewpoints.
Doing the right thing for our clients, business partners, and teammates every time.
Striving to find unique solutions that will solve the diverse needs of out clients.
Sharing knowledge and receiving feedback that will make is stronger both personally and professionally.
Accepting change and incorporating it through our design process and work environment.
We’re excited to have collaborated with the Saint Louis Science Center on renovations to their OMNIMAX® Theater, which re-opens Friday, November 29th with the featured film of Frozen 2. Check out the link to see what features this new space...
Remiger Design had a blast at the 2019 Brains, Brews and Bocce Event put on by the STL YA Alzheimer’s Association! We were honored to sponsor this event to support the Young Ambassadors Alzheimer’s Association to #endalz! Check out their website to learn more about...
Written By: AshLee Snyder | February 2019 Modern buildings are heavily insulated for energy efficiency which leads to a reduction in fresh air exchange rates. Left unabated, the off-gassing of interior finishes and furnishings can cause unacceptable...
Real news! Courtney Padgitt has been elected as IIDA Gateway Chapter’s President-Elect! In the summer of 2019, she will transition to the President of IIDA Gateway Chapter. We are so proud of what Courtney does to elevate the interior design profession in St....
Written By: Courtney Padgitt | September 2018 The lust for perfection is to blame when it comes to your own project as designers and architects. It’s been said that designers and architects are their own worst clients. When we are professionally trained...