What is A Sense of Community?
At AG Architecture, we work to design and build innovative structures for multifamily, mixed use and senior living clients that foster a sense of community. That is what we do. It is our tagline. But what does that mean?
For our firm, it is not just about creating a physical environment to house groups of people, it is about designing spaces that bring people closer together. It is also about the way in which we accomplish that, by working in a c... Read more...
Happy Anniversary Gene! 50 Years
From print boy to Senior Principal – May 23rd was Gene’s official 50th anniversary with AG (and the generations of the firm preceding it). It that time he has worked with 403 employees and touched approximately 725 projects.
Here are a few fun facts about Gene:
• Favorite reliable tool – What has supported your design process then and now? A roll of yellow ... Read more...
A Sense of Community – UPAF Ride for the Arts
AG team members jumped on their bikes last year to raise money for the United Performing Arts Fund (UPAF). They are ready to ride for the cause again this year!
When it comes to our local community, we believe arts and cultural programming enriches lives. We want to support the creative professionals who bring this vital source of entertainment to our community. UPAF is an umbrella nonprofit organization that raises funds for 15 of Southeastern Wisconsin’s most prominent performing a... Read more...
In the News – Hillcrest Country Estates recognized by Argentum/Senior Living by Design
February 24, 2017, In AG Architecture, Argentum, Awards, Hillcrest Country Estates, Hillcrest Health Services, In the News, Rehab Cottage, senior living architect, senior living architecture, Senior Living By Design, The Grand Lodge, by admin
AG is honored to have worked with Hillcrest Health Services on the Grand Lodge and Rehab Cottage additions to Hillcrest Country Estates. Argentum recently selected the project as one of the Senior Living by Design winners. The project is highlighted in the November/December 2016 article – Building Design Knocks Down Walls in Senior Living by Lisa Rabasca Roepe.
Thank you Argentum for this recognition!
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Artistic Communities: Thoughtful Programming Activates Environments
As communities make decisions regarding their approach to addressing the definition of the modern CCRC, it is not just about which renovations, additions or building projects to tackle. They need to consider the programs and services necessary to truly make these physical spaces a success on campus. A number of communities are finding art-related programming to be an important part of creating an active lifestyle for residents. From spaces to create art to places to display art, design and pr... Read more...
Senior Living – Full Speed Ahead in 2016
February 14, 2016, In AG Architecture, Craig Witz, Dan Hermann, Gene Guzkowski, Lisa McCracken, Marquardt Village, Matthew Mauthe, senior living architects, senior living architecture, Witz Company, Ziegler, by Gene Guszkowski
2015 presented exciting opportunities for the AG team. We forged new relationships while celebrating with existing clients as we wrapped up projects that will expand their service offering, improve operational efficiencies and reposition their communities. From a rehab cottage in Nebraska to a campus refresh in Florida, our clients have been responding to consumer expectations and investing in the future.
As we wrapped up the year and began to look ahead to 2016 and beyond, we took the... Read more...
As 2015 came to a close, the doors opened on a number of AG projects representing the breadth of our senior living portfolio as well as our multi-family and mixed use / retail work.
Hillcrest Country Estates – Rehab Cottage | Papillion, NE
Three Palms at East Ridge | Cutler Bay, FL
Wells Street Station | Delafield, WI
First Federal Bank | Brookfield, WI... Read more...
Best Wishes & Happy Retirement Carole!
Coming Soon: Heritage House & Halcyon House
AG Architecture is working with WesleyLife to complete a pair of Real Projects for Real People. Both Heritage House and Halcyon House have been successfully serving their respective rural Iowa markets since the 1960’s. In order to help these communities stay competitive in the marketplace and position them for the future, WesleyLife and AG are developing plans that will allow this senior living provider to better serve existing and future residents. See what is Coming Soon<... Read more...
Recently Completed: Canterbury Court
June 20, 2014, In AG Architecture, Canterbury Court, CBRF, Russ McLaughlin, Saint John's on the Lake, senior living architects, senior living architecture, supportive living suites, Theiss Interior Design, updated amenities, VJS Construction Services, by Russ McLaughlin
At Saint John’s on the Lake, AG worked with VJS Construction Services and Theiss Interior Design to convert an underutilized multipurpose space into eight supportive living suites and then upgrade the existing units to create an expanded 24-bed CBRF called Canterbury Court. This space also includes updated amenities, such as an intimate dining venue, bar, sitting room and activity area.
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