For millennia, people have lived together across many generations. Indeed, living with one’s grandparents, or town elders, was a commonplace and even honored tradition in the 19th and early 20th century of many cultures. The explosion of residential development and wide acceptance of automobile-based planning in the postwar era provided unmitigated prosperity, with a reduction in mixed generations and cohousing. The reduction of generations living together is an unintended consequence of the post-war era prosperity, but with it comes the loss of the intangible benefits of living with an extended age group. Recognizing this, three organizations are involved in exploring the benefits of intergenerational housing at a new facility: Trinity Woods in Milwaukee, Wisconsin..Read More
A primary goal for Corporate design is to effectively engage employees. Engaging employees is essential for driving innovation, attracting top talent, and fostering collaboration within the workplace. When designing office spaces, businesses must prioritize strategies that promote employee engagement.
It is crucial to create a work environment that instills passion and commitment. By aligning work efforts with the organization’s strategy, empowering employees, and promoting teamwork and collaboration, businesses can enhance employee engagement. Providing opportunities for personal growth and development,Read More
Perhaps contrary to popular perception, Architects are not typically driven by the prospect of winning design awards. Creating environments that meet the diverse needs of our clients is our raison d’etre, and if we happen to be recognized for achieving that goal in an artful way, we are grateful. We are also happy for our clients because good design is a result of a collaborative effort and a lot of work for all involved. Great design involves innovation and creativity that often requires not only a shared vision but also a profound trust between clients and designers.Read More
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.Read More
The interior design of The Cottages at Cedar Run, a memory care facility in West Bend, WI, was awarded a Bronze Award in the Senior Living category.Read More
MILWAUKEE, WI – The Wisconsin chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) (ASID WI) honored Plunkett Raysich Architects (PRA), one of Wisconsin’s leading architectural and interior design firms, with three prestigious design awards at their Design Excellence Celebration earlier this month.
A total of 60 entries were submitted, and 19 projects were recognized with bronze, silver or gold awards.Read More