Our clients bring always intricate and sometimes unexpected aims, and these specificities are always at the core of each project’s uniqueness. Our current past and present client list includes:

Alexis Hall
American Civil War Museum
Begum Studios
Carney Investments
Crosstown Arts, Memphis
Crosstown Concourse, Memphis
Curb Market
David and Jean White
Jacobson Family Trust
Jorian Polis Schutz
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City
National Theatre, London
Nick Barham
Richmond BridgePark Foundation
Rick Mather USA
TBWA \ Chiat \ Day
Uncle John’s Café
Washington and Lee University
William Eggleston Museum, Memphis
Wyn Owens

We pride ourselves on repeat business with some of our clients, sometimes over many years, and welcome the rich relationships and final outcomes that a sustained dialogue leads to.

We have now worked with Crosstown Concourse in Memphis for over 6 years in various phases of the work and continue to develop new projects including the original Ideas Study for the ruined, monolithic 1m sq ft Sears distribution center From Dr. Todd Richardson, Co-Leader, Crosstown Concourse: “Peter and his team at Spatial Affairs played an integral part in helping realize our vision for the Crosstown Building. Their initial concept study laid a foundation for us to reimagine the building as an urban vertical village, which challenged us to think beyond its four walls and its steel and stone. The result is a structure designed with the intention of creating, for all those who enter, unexpected opportunities to learn, grow, and explore together.”