senior living architects
In the News – Spring 2017
May 25, 2017, In #1 Architectural Group, AIA, Blueprints for Senior Living, EFA, Environments for Aging Design issue, Milwaukee Business Journal, senior living architects, senior living architecture, The Daily Reporter, by admin
AG has been in the news the last few months receiving firm and project recognition as well as sharing industry insights. Check out some of latest In the News links to learn more.
Milwaukee Business Journal Real Estate Awards | Best New Development – Senior Housing: Village Pointe Commons
Each year the Milwaukee Business Journal recognizes area development projects that are making an impact on southeastern Wisconsin. AG Architecture worked with Tarant... Read more...
Meet the Team – Andy Korb & Mike Miller
AG Architecture is pleased to announce the promotion of Andy Korb and Mike Miller to Senior Associate. Both Korb and Miller joined the AG team in 2008, and each brings over 20 years of industry experience to support their leadership roles.
Korb’s experience in design, construction documents and project management provides a committed balance of creativity and detail to a broad range of projects including, financial, office, senior living, retail, multifamily and histori... Read more...
Join us at LeadingAge Florida – July 17 & 18, 2017
Members of the AG Team will be in ChampionsGate, FL for the 54th Annual LeadingAge Florida Convention – July 17 & 18, 2017.
Come visit us at Booth #306. If you have a specific project challenge you would like to discuss, contact Jeff Hoffmann (414-431-3131) to set up an appointment.
See you in Florida!
AG’s Florida Portfolio includes:
Three Palms Health Center at East Ridge at Cutler Bay
The Terrac... Read more...
Preparing for the Future – Building Flexibility into Supportive Living Structures
The future can be uncertain when it comes to predicting the level of supportive living care your community will need. By implementing construction standards that suit the highest level of care today, you can adapt resident units to meet your needs tomorrow. This forward-thinking approach makes addressing the needed changes more financially feasible later.
In general, skilled nursing environments have the most stringent construction requirements, and these requirements can vary from sta... Read more...
Tech Talk – Getting the Lights Right | Lighting solutions that reinforce resident-centered care
AG Architecture is synonymous with senior living architecture nationwide. I have been fortunate to spend over twenty years working to evolve and improve that product. When you work primarily in a specialty field, it is a good idea now and then, to step back and examine the path that has led us to our successes and evaluate areas for improvement. One topic that lends itself to periodic review is building lighting, specifically in resident rooms.
The word evolution usually refers to a sl... Read more...
Meet the Team – 25th Anniversary Celebration
In 1992, a fledgling architectural firm first known as Aldrian Guszkowski was formed. After Chuck Aldrian’s retirement in 1998 and the firm’s move to the Village of Wauwatosa, it was re-branded AG Architecture, reflecting the names of Steve Alexander and Gene Guszkowski. But Gene and Steve first began working together in the 1960’s in an earlier generation of the firm, likewise John Cronin, Cindy Lofy and Tracey Schnick were part of the team prior to the 1992 start date.
So as we... Read more...
Tech Talk: It’s the season of Comfort and Joy!
What is more soothing than the soft, cuddly warmth of a dog or cat on your lap? How do you look at those eyes and not smile?
Tony’s Cat – Porter
For many of us, these animals are important and loved members of the family. For aging adults in all levels of senior living, that emotional connection is a significant factor in their health and well-being. More and more care communities are recognizing this fact and incorporating or even promoting ... Read more...
Home Sweet Home – The Essential Elements of Household Design
December 2, 2016, In Diane Gouhin, Edgewood Summit, Gene Guszkowski, Jud Severns, person centered care, resident centered care, senior living architects, senior living architecture, Skilled Nursing, The Terraces of Boise, Three Palms Health Center, Troy Hart, by Gene Guszkowski
Leaders in the senior living industry continue to look for ways to improve the lives of our ever-growing senior population. As these leaders focus on the future and take note of this specialized demographic, the approach to senior living design continues to evolve. Aspects of hospitality design are being applied in senior living communities in order to elevate the resident experience and infuse a vibrancy that supports an active lifestyle. And in skilled nursing, elements of residential desig... Read more...
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...
The AG Way – Delivering Successful Project Solutions with Certainty & Predictability
May 11, 2016, In Andy Korb, Ann D'Acquisto, East Ridge at Cutler Bay, Gene Guszkowski, Hillcrest Health Services, Jolene Roberts, Scott Moseler, senior living architects, senior living architecture, The AG Way, Troy Hart, by Gene Guszkowski
The start of the design process brings great anticipation, innovative ideas and the latest trends—the energy and excitement of endless possibilities. Flashy presentations and cutting edge concepts are important for inspiration and taking your organization to the next level. However, beware that soon after this honeymoon stage of concepts emerges the reality of budgets, timelines, building consensus amongst stakeholders and other factors that establish the parameters of a project. Ideas and ... Read more...
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