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Hagan Associates, Inc

432 N. Clay Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63122


Service area: 100 miles

Service Area: St. Louis, MO Kirkwood, MO Maplewood, MO Webster Groves, MO Valley Park, MO Perryville, MO Jerseyville, IL


Master plannning and interior design services to create universally designed, livable, sustainable environments. Design &Consultation/Specification Preparation/Bid Coordination/ProjectManagement/Supervision/
Kitchen & Bath Design/Plan Review


2009 - Interior Designer: ASID St. Louis Living Green Showhouse
2009/2010 - Interior Designer/Consultant for design of a 5000 SF single family lakehouse
2010/2011 - Complete renovation of large single family residence in process
2010/2011 - Master Planning and Design for a large lakehouse in process



Kay Hagan, ASID/LEED AP is an NCIDQ qualified interior designer. She has served as Past President of the Regional Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers, and has held a national advisory position for ASID. Kay is a LEED Accredited Professional and a member of the US Green Building Council. Kay has been a professor of interior design at the local community college and an advocate for universal and sustainable design for over thirty years. She recently co-authored the new Certificate of Specialization in Sustainable Environmental Design backed by a federal grant and the support of Missouri's governor. It will be offered at St. Louis Community College for professionals in landscape design, architecture and interior design.

Our mission is to assist homeowners in the design of interior environments that promote sustainable, healthy lifestyle, and work effectively with the building envelope and the surrounding landscape. Our goal is to provide clients and the public with up-to-date knowledge and information on well-designed products and resources that help them create functional, aesthetic, high performiance places to work and play. In 1974, Kay first became interested in sustainable design with her first solar energy class at the state university. Kay continues to bring her passion for ecologically friendly universal design to her academic and consulting career.