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- steven and his family live on a pedestrian court tucked away in louisville's highlands area, a great safe place for his two little girls to run around and play while still being in the middle of the bustling bardstown road commercial corridor.
- he taught for a while at the university of kentucky college of design, was faculty at the kentucky governor's school for the arts architecture studio for several years, and is a partner at studio kremer architects, a firm whose office is entirely too far from downtown.
- steven works on a lot of school projects, but has also been known to do things like steamboat landings, vet clinics, concrete batching plants, wedding chapels, and sports venues.
- it's been a long time since he's cashed a ticket at churchill downs.
Steven's General Blog on Archinect:
A dance party (also referred to as "a dance") is a social gathering where dancing is the primary activity. Some dance parties are held in a casual setting and open to the public, such as a rave, or those held in nightclubs and discothèques. Other types of dance parties may be a formal or semi-formal private event which often require guests to don formal wear and have an invitation or membership within the community hosting the event, such as school dances and Cotillions.
Studio Kremer Architects, Architect/Partner
University of Kentucky, Instructor
Kentucky Governor's Scholars Program, Danville, KY, US, Instructor
K Norman Berry Associates, Intern/Designer
University of Kentucky, MArch, Architecture
Tulane University, MArch, Architecture