otherwise known as 309 Elm Street in Kimmswick, Missouri
is a work in progress in several capacities:
As a piece of property, it is an ongoing preservation project and teaching tool designed to help people understand and experience the concept of universal design in the built environment from a ground-up and historical perspective.
Being an integral part of a social project, it is headquarters to
A Universal Design Project, Inc.,
a women-owned social enterprise focused on promoting
universal design through the arts, culture and active living.
As commercial space it allows us to showcase
a handful of artists and craftspeople
whose work we admire in a retail and gallery setting.
A fully functioning example of a "working" home between the years
1865 and 1947 in a busy river town built on commerce, it provides a casual and memorable environment for musing and appreciation of the arts & humanities as well as a great place for people
to enjoy family and friends.
We hope to see you sometime.
Amy & Mia