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Engberg Anderson | Milwaukee

Dye House

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

When Engberg Anderson relocated to the historic 1922 P.H. Dye House, our firm created a sustainable learning laboratory for our firm and clients. The result is a healthful working environment that is not only energy efficient but also an inspiring backdrop for staff. Gathering spaces throughout include teaming tables, coffee bars, comfortable seating areas and a library/lounge. Areas to pin up work allow staff to review and comment on current design projects. A large multi-purpose conference area hosts monthly staff meetings, lunch breaks, video conferencing and viewing of webcasts.

  • This project is LEED¬©-Gold
  • Wisconsin Green Building Alliance SE2 Award of Merit, 2009
  • Wisconsin Chapter, American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), Gold Design Award, Sustainable Design, 2008
  • Wisconsin Builder/Daily Reporter Top Projects of 2008 Honor Roll

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