Bringing the Outside In

Architects are always looking for a fresh idea to wow their clients.  When we found one that involved bringing fresh air into the workplace, we knew we had a winning combination.  The idea involves designing the typical small department break area so that it can be opened to the outside, allowing employees the rare opportunity to literally step outside while remaining near their desk – even if it’s on an upper floor of the building.  + Read more

Welcome 2017

It’s been a great year for Plunkett Raysich Architects, LLP. We are excited about what 2017 brings and we are working hard to deliver quality design and help solve our clients’ problems of space, efficiency and image. Check out what some of our clients are saying about Why they selected PRA. Also take a look at just a few of the projects we are currently designing.

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PRA Announces Groundbreaking on Latest Project with Aspirus Keweenaw Hospital

MILWAUKEE, WI – Plunkett Raysich Architects, LLP (PRA), one of Wisconsin’s leading architecture and interior design firms, announced today the recent groundbreaking on its latest project with Aspirus Keweenaw Hospital in Laurium, Mic. PRA partnered with Miron Construction Co. on the addition and renovation project, which aims to improve the hospital’s service offerings.+ Read more

An idea to change the existing BMO Harris Bradley Center

I’ve attended well over 100 Milwaukee Bucks games, dating back to when the arena first opened its doors. I’ve sat in the nose bleeds seats a few times, but I’ve been lucky enough to admit that the majority of my viewing experiences have been seven rows up from the floor at center court. When the Bucks were playing well, I remember consistently packed houses, which is quite the contrast to today’s landscape and the arena’s struggle+ Read more

Jack Russell Memorial Library

The initial design concept provides a two-story facility that is oriented on the site to provide views to the adjacent mill pond park, augment downtown parking, and maximize natural day lighting while controlling solar heat gain. Popular collections and children’s areas are located on the first floor while non-fiction, reference, and other typically quiet functions are clustered on the second floor. + Read more

Midwest Communications Corporate Headquarters

This new two story, 33,000 sq. ft. building offers all of the amenities of a radio station including corporate offices, marketing facilities, production studios, imaging studios, recording/news rooms, voice tracking rooms, traffic and IT. The facility can hold over 100 employees and has seven stations that broadcast from this location. The interiors have a warm tone with historical banners and graphics to display the history of radio.

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