KKT was part of the revival of Tulsa’s historic Arts District, repurposing the iconic Mathews Warehouse into influential community spaces. Originally built in 1922 and added onto in several stages, the space ultimately stretched the entire block. After years of abandonment, water leaks had devastated the building’s interiors. KKT worked through these problems, striving to preserve the historic and iconic elements of the building while meeting the approval of state and federal regulators with every modification. Today the building houses popular community spaces, including Henry Zarrow Center for Art and Education, Philbrook Downtown, 108|Contemporary, Woody Guthrie Center, and Fly Loft.