Alpha Xi Delta – University of Wisconsin
Historic Preservation Work Paired With Modern Renovations
The Alpha Xi Delta building was more than 80 years old by the time Krittenbrink Architecture was asked for help. Over time, the building had suffered from neglect and poor building management. The result was a building that was no longer safe for the sorority to use and live in. Our team worked to create a liveable, and more importantly, safe Greek house for this University of Wisconsin chapter.
How We Transformed This Greek House
- We started with securing approval for renovating a historic property.
- The three-levels were connected with a stair tower.
- The exterior of the historic building was stabilized to prevent further degradation.
- Our team used design elements and materials that were sympathetic to the original architectural work.
Specializing in Historic Preservation and Greek Housing
Unlike other architectural firms, ours specializes in a variety of fields to better serve our clients. We blend the principles and best practices or historic preservation with our talent for Greek housing design to create living spaces that help students connect and grow with one another. We use techniques that ensure the historic integrity of your building while using materials that are safer and longer-lasting.
Collaborate with Krittenbrink Architecture
Don’t let the logistics of preserving, renovating, and redesigning your Greek house trouble you any longer. Our firm has assembled a team of experienced and talented architects that have a wealth of knowledge and skill. Starting with your free consultation, we’ll walk you through every step of the design and preservation process. We’ll handle tasks like clearing the work with historic preservation offices, as well as county and campus officials. We are a full-service architecture company, offering design, interior renovation, and construction documentation services.
Contact us today to set up your consultation.