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Dye House

Transforming a 1922 industrial warehouse into an edgy and modern mixed-use landmark required the right balance of respect for history and creative emphasis on the industrial muscle of the building. Over a span of nearly 20 years and multiple owners, Engberg Anderson lead the gradual adaptation of this former factory to support a range of uses from galleries to offices, residences to retail, as well as our own Milwaukee office and even higher education. Our work continues with a new interior and exterior transformation.

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