Mansion House is one of three Modernist residential towers designed in 1964 by Schwarz & Van Hoefen, one of the leading St. Louis architectural firms of its time. Completed in 1966, Mansion House was among St. Louisâ€™s first examples of the steel and glass International Style architecture, and was notable for its use of concrete structural columns, curtain walls of bronze-tinted aluminum panels, glazing and balconies.
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Thematic Survey of Modern Movement Non-Residential Architecture, 1945 â€“ 1975, in St. Louis City (2013)