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New Hope Funeral Home

New Hope retained JST to design a funeral home that would be visible from the adjacent highway and complement Long Creek Cemetery neighboring the property.  The result was an 11,800 square foot, two-story colonial style building with tall, white columns, and a grand porch extending across the front entrance.  New Hope requested to stay within […]

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Paquelet Funeral Home and Arnold-Lynch Funeral Home

Owners of Paquelet Funeral Home and Arnold-Lynch Funeral Home found both of their businesses outgrowing their facilities.  The Paquelets decided to combine both businesses into one facility instead of developing two completely new funeral homes, despite the different sets of clientele each facility served.  Most families within the community frequent one or the other funeral […]

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Rice Mortuary

Throughout the years of its existence, Rice Mortuary, Torrance, California, had made a few improvements that left the facility functional, but stuck in the ‘80s aesthetically.  The owners retained JST Architects for the architectural interior design. The existing building was approximately 5,600 S.F. on the first floor with approximately 2,000 S.F. on the second floor, […]

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Eubank Funeral Home

The owners of Eubank Funeral Home retained J. Stuart Todd, Inc. and JST Interiors, Inc. for our architectural and interior services, respectively, for a complete renovation of the facility. The original staterooms were arranged inside one large room using folding accordion walls to divide the space.  The order was similar to a maze because the […]

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