Berlin-based architecture collective raumlaborberlin returns to St. Louis as a part of their “We Like America” tour to host community programs in their Spacebuster. An inflatable, movable piece of architecture, the Spacebuster is a van retrofitted with a large inflatable that extends from the rear hatch that holds up to eighty people, becoming a social space for temporary, collective uses. raumlabor is partnering with the Pulitzer to make the Spacebuster available for community programs across the St. Louis metropolitan area from September 24-27. Partners include Love Bank Park, Venture Cafe, Dutchtown South Community Corporation, neighbors at Enright Avenue, Washington University in St. Louis, The College School, and projects+gallery. 

Community Events

Mon, Sep 25; 7–9pm

The Future of Love Bank Park Visioning session
Love Bank Park; 2857 Cherokee Street, St. Louis, MO 63118 
Mon, Sep 25; 9–10:30pm
Love Bank Park; 2857 Cherokee Street, St. Louis, MO 63118 
Film screening with historian and urbanist, Michael Allen
Tues, Sep 26; 12–1pm
Cortex Commons; 4270 Duncan Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63110
Venture Cafe hosts yoga 
Tues, Sep 26; 7pm
4708 McPherson Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63108
Performance with artist Basil Kincaid, “The Summoning,” with projects+gallery
Spacebuster / We Like America is a partnership between raumlaborberlin and Storefront for Art & Architecture, presented by Übermut Project, an initiative of visitBerlin and Hamburg Marketing funded by the German Foreign Office.