A company specializing in Information Technology and Digital Media, is relocating and consolidating its offices into an 1880’s industrial building. The adaptive reuse includes an exposed historic structure of doug fir timber joists, cream city brick and ironwork. The new program includes offices for 40 employees (from four different tech companies), a software training room, conference rooms, a new loading dock and a theater for 50 people. The theater that will also be used for community purposes, has interior overhead glass doors that allow the meetings to spill into a communal cafe. Once in the cafe space, a new atrium has been cut between the public main floor and the offices above to have a visual and acoustic connection.
Program: Adaptive reuse of a 1880's historic, industrial building being converted into office space for a company specializing in Information Technology and Digital Media.
Size: 22,000 sf Office Building
Location: Walker's Point (Milwaukee), Wisconsin