Abacus Architects

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Architecture is always evolving, and we’d like to share some of our latest thinking with you.

Downtown Kaukauna Hotel: What it Takes

There are so many people that work tirelessly behind the scenes to bring a vision to fruition. Here’s to them, and to continued progress for the City of Kaukauna! https://www.wbay.com/…/downtown-kaukauna-hotel-and…/ – – Check out our renderings for the River Ridge Apartments next door: https://www.abacusarchitects.net/abacus-project/river-ridge-apartments/

Walk through Yerkes!

With the completion of the electrical system, read how this renovation is going and where Yerkes is headed. There’s a chance you could even walk through it this year! @yerkesobservatory.org https://www.lakegenevanews.net/…/article_d4663a7b-1206…

Abacus Provides Civil Engineering

Did you know Abacus Architects, Inc. also provides Civil Engineering services? Read about one of our latest projects, bringing a much-anticipated subdivision to the Village of Random Lake! https://biztimes.com/construction-commencing-on-new-random-lake-subdivision/

Sheboygan contractors build home addition for Salchert family

While editing our website, our original post regarding this project came up. A little more digging, and we were able to locate a wonderful writeup from the Sheboygan Press (read on). It’s now been a few years since we broke ground, but that doesn’t diminish the amount of respect we have for this family. We … Continue reading Sheboygan contractors build home addition for Salchert family

Johnsonville Market Nearing Completion

The Johnsonville Market is nearing completion! It's true, things here are done the Johnsonville way, and this market is no exception. Located across the road from the Johnsonville HQ, this flagship retail store keeps the continuity of the much larger building's design, but on a smaller scale – 4,862 sf to be exact. We are thrilled to have had the opportunity to work with C.D. Smith Construction on this project. Looking for anything with the Johnsonville brand, there's a good chance you'll find it here! #relationalarchitecture

The Awards Are In!

The 2020 Milwaukee Business Journal Awards, that is. Among many impressive recipients, our project for Nō Studios has won Best Renovation – Office. Congratulations to all of the winners! You can check out the full article here.

Featured Project: Colman Woods

It isn’t that often that we get the chance to work on a residential project as unique as this one. Take a look at the impressive Colman Woods, designed by Eric Halbur of Abacus Architects, located in Williams Bay, WI!

Officials hope to break ground this year on new innovation district in Sheboygan County

Original article posted Jan 14, 2020 by WTMJ-TV (Milwaukee). Abacus Architects designed the building and created the rendering seen at 1:00 in the video above. SHEBOYGAN COUNTY — Sheboygan hopes to break ground this year on its planned FreshTech Innovation District near the lakefront. The innovation district isn’t a new idea. City leaders first began the … Continue reading Officials hope to break ground this year on new innovation district in Sheboygan County

Another Successful Job by Abacus

Check it out! Located within the Nō Studios building in downtown Milwaukee, Milwaukee Film is a nonprofit arts organization dedicated to entertaining, educating, and engaging our community through cinematic experiences, with a vision to make Milwaukee a center for film culture. The area that Milwaukee Film calls home is used to support and foster local … Continue reading Another Successful Job by Abacus

Outside-of-the-box interview with Connor Sbrocco

Connor Sbrocco | About myself: I’m currently a rising senior attending Washington University in St. Louis studying architecture with a minor in entrepreneurship. Many of my design interests lie within bettering communities around us through impactful architecture and planning, with an emphasis on strategizing outside-of-the-box approaches to change the cities we live in. I also … Continue reading Outside-of-the-box interview with Connor Sbrocco