"The donor wall conceptually communicates the essence of the organization and displays the multiple donor levels in a permanent installation. The exterior wall adds interest to an architecturally plain building and attracts attention to the organization's principles. Annually, Women's Support brings a national quilt show to St. Louis. Building on this equity and utilizing its pertinent symbolism, KLI developed a quilt representing the offering of protection, comfort and community to women in need. The finished quilt, 6' 6" square, is suspended near the building's main entry. It is comprised of timeless, durable metals: a brushed stainless steel grid or 'stitching' supports bronze plaques with eight different patinas and eight stainless steel mesh patterns that form the 'patchwork fabric.' Donor names are engraved into the patchwork pieces with patina colors differentiating donation levels. Some materials and services were donated helping this nonprofit achieve a meaningful and distinctive presence in the city."