Alpha Gamma Delta – Indiana University
Timeless Designs Refreshed With Modern Sensibilities
Originally built in 1965, the Alpha Gamma Delta house at Indiana University was an exercise in merging mid-century modern styles with 21st century amenities. More than just updating the interior, our Greek Housing architects also worked with the chapter to address long-standing safety concerns with the exits. The end result was a safer, more beautiful house that the chapter was proud to call home!
How We Transformed This Greek House
- Updated the front facade to reflect AGD culture.
- Raised the height of the roof to improve traffic flow.
- Updated and changed the exits to enhance safety measures.
- Added bedrooms and bathrooms to accommodate for more residents.
- Expanded the dining room and added a new kitchen.
Is it Time to Renovate Your Greek House?
Maintaining the historic character of your Greek chapter house doesn’t mean you have to live in unsafe conditions or deal with peeling paint. Krittenbrink Architecture specializes in not only creating new Greek sorority buildings but also in renovating and preserving older houses.
We believe that each chapter house should be as unique as the members that call it home. That’s why we work with the individual chapter as well as the larger organization to create innovative and compelling designs that are sure to impress all of the stakeholders involved.
Full-Service Greek Housing Architects
Krittenbrink Architecture prides itself on being a full-service firm. From initial planning and consultations to final designs and opening day, we help you every step of the way. In addition to planning and meeting with campus and city officials, we also offer services like interior design and renovation. Our specialists help you find unique ways to reimagine spaces and make them a better fit for the needs of the students who live in the house.
Reach out to our team of architects today to schedule a consultation. We’re excited to help you transform your living and studying spaces!