Our client grew up in this 1972 vintage house and when her parents decided to sell it she decided to buy it with her husband with the hope of reconnecting with her childhood roots. They wanted to design a home that was uniquely their own.
The Prof. Edward E. and Gladys Milligan House designed by William V. Kaeser built in 1942 in the “Wrightian” style. The challenge was to blend the addition into the home’s prominent symmetry without overwhelming the home.
This cottage on the shore of Lake Monona was built in 1911 as a one-story summer cabin by the grandparents of the current owner. They later added a main house, which is connected to the cottage.
Sustainable materials used in the project include the bamboo custom cabinetry and cork floors in the kitchen, which received Green Built certification.
Chrysalis Award 2007 Kitchen Remodel
Aug 12 2007
This project’s main objective was to give the kitchen a much-needed facelift without changing the footprint or basic layout of the space.
Chrysalis Award 2006 Whole House Remodel
Feb 10 2006
The restoration of this stately Tudor revived interior and exterior details, while incorporating energy efficiency improvements and adding new living space. The project included major structural improvements, and exterior restoration work, as well as interior remodeling and detailing.