Completion Date: 2009 Owner: Marcus Hotels & Resorts Program: A 960-square-foot basement lounge and dining room serving the janitors, cooks, and maids of Milwaukee's Pfister Hotel. Design concept and solution: Carving out a new canteen from a provisional break room and a smattering of residual spaces, the architects wanted to create a communal gathering place that offers a respite from the formality of the Romanesque Revival hotel upstairs. The perimeter of the canteen weaves around foundation columns and mechanical areas to unify all usable space into one room. A 21-foot harvest table anchors the canteen and encourages communal dining. In
Lighting: Armani/5th Avenue Canada Line Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory Project Specs Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory Milwaukee, Wisconsin Donald Grieb << Return to article the People Owner: Milwaukee County Parks Architect: Original Architect: Donald Grieb (retired) Lobby Architects * Lobby renovations not included in the overall 550,000 budget; Lobby renovation began after CLD-E won design award. Quorum Architects, Inc – Allyson Nemec, AIA 414-265-9265 Zimmerman Design Group - Michael Kramer 414.918.1478 Consultant(s) Lighting: Creative Lighting Design and Engineering, LLC. (CLD-E) Marty Peck, Principal, LC, IALD, IESNA Teresa Haas, project manager Garrett Maas, designer General contractor: ELECTRICAL: Good Electric, Dave Drumel, PE
Lighting: Armani/5th Avenue Canada Line Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory Milwaukee, Wisconsin Donald Grieb CLD-E illuminates a Milwaukee landmark Milwaukee’s Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory, a complex of three connected structures commonly and affectionately known as “the Domes,” needed a significant revitalization. Photo courtesy CLD-E/Marty peck Designed in the late 1950s by local architect Donald Grieb and dedicated at its opening in the mid-1960s by Lady Bird Johnson, then first lady, the conservatory comprises three 15,000-square-foot conoidal domes composed of a precast concrete substructure and aluminum-framed glass. One hundred and forty feet in diameter at the base and 85 feet high, each
Architecture tourists may think of Milwaukee as a destination thanks to the Quadracci Pavilion, the 2001 expansion to the Milwaukee Art Museum by Santiago Calatrava featuring a dynamic, wing-like sunscreen.
Project Specs Marcus Center for the Performing Arts Milwaukee, Wisconsin Focus Lighting << Return to article the People Client Marcus Center for the Performing Arts President: Paul Matthews Director of facilities: Dick Hecht Technical director: Eric Zaun Lighting designer Focus Lighting 255 West 101st Street New York, NY 10025 ph: 212.865.1565 fx: 212.865.4217 www.focuslighting.com Principal designer: Paul Gregory Lighting designers: JR Krauza, Josh Spitzig Project manager: Dan Nichols Electrical Contractor Uihlein Electric 12660 West Townsend Street Brookfield, WI 53005 262.781.1260 www.uihleinelectric.com the Products LEDs Color Kinetics (now Philips Solid-State Lighting Solutions) www.colorkinetics.com www.philips.com Lighting controls ETC www.etcconnect.com