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!
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 filmmakers, the local filmmaking industry, and a vibrant community of film fans, audiences, and patrons, while hosting the 5th largest film festival in the nation. With all of these diverse needs, Abacus Architects teamed up with Schroeder Solutions, a full-service furniture company, to accommodate this multi-use space. Together, a furniture concept was developed that reflects and compliments the industrial interior that Abacus designed. Private offices, collaborative spaces, the cafe area and the large open office area were carefully thought out, planned and outfitted, giving Milwaukee Film the opportunity to grow and expand their talented team.
Talk of the Town
Abacus Architects, Inc. recently awarded $1000 scholarships for UW-Milwaukee to three school districts at the 2007 WASB Convention. The winning districts were Waukesha, Rosendale Brandon, and Gillett. These districts will get to choose their recipient of the scholarship. Also, Abacus is currently working with Quasius Construction on a remodeling project at Kewaskum High School, and was awarded a commercial development project in Elkhorn, WI.