Alpha Omicron Pi – Florida State University
Colonial Style With Modern Amenities
When you can’t build up, you build out. When it came to the transformation of the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority house at Florida State University, the topography of the location made it challenging to build any additions to the building. Our team of Greek housing architects found ways to add to the building to account for more residents and more visitors.
How We Transformed This Greek House
- Expanded the living areas to accommodate 72 full-time residents.
- Opened the dining area to serve 250 guests and members.
- Added to the overall height of the structure.
Expand, Add To, and Reimagine Your Greek Housing
Just like the campus around them, Greek sorority and fraternity houses grow and change. As members pledge, participate, and then graduate, they all leave their mark on the house they lived in. But as the needs of the chapter change, so must the house they live in. When it’s time to expand your Greek house, it’s time to work with a team that specializes in that unique style of architecture.
On campuses across the country, you’ll find the evidence of the quality designs and craftsmanship of Krittenbrink Architecture. With experience in the field of historic preservation, renovation, and both residential and commercial architecture, we are ideally suited to building your chapter a house worth being proud of.
Your Dedicated Architectural Firm
We are excited to meet all of your needs. We have the bandwidth and experience you need to start and complete any scale of Greek housing project. We can help you with initial planning, meeting with stakeholders and campus and city officials, and working with local contractors. At every step, we’ll keep you informed as to our progress, our next moves, and what you can expect.