Seamless Architecture

The St. Louis Country Club has engaged Mackey Mitchell Architects for additions and renovations to the club for more than a decade. Beginning with an addition to the existing golf pro shop in the ’90s (foreground), to the expanded dining room (background), to the most recent pool renovation, which has transformed the club’s culture. Visitors comment on the timeless character of the upgrades, and how they blend seamlessly with the original architecture. The main clubhouse was designed in 1913 by the St. Louis firm of Mauran, Russell and Crowell and is reminiscent of Spanish Colonial architecture.  The Mackey MItchell project team includes Gene Mackey, Thomas Moore, and Tom Peterson.