Ginkgo House

"There are no small roles, only small actors."  The same may be said for architecture.  With an appreciation of how design impacts our day-to-day lives, particularly in our homes, I formed Ginkgo House Architecture to focus on bringing a high level of creativity, thoughtfulness and detail to residential design as well as non-residential projects of a similar quality and scale.  

As an architect, I see my role as an artist, technician, and trusted advisor to guide my clients through the myriad of steps and decisions involved with building and remodeling.  I recognize the immensely personal nature of creating a space in which to live, laugh, raise families and entertain. And in doing so, I strive to create an open and collaborative process as a conduit to a rewarding product. Implicit in the process is creating buildings that are efficient, support the health of their inhabitants, and acknowledge the health of the greater community.

Andrew Braman-Wanek, AIA, LEED for Homes
Ginkgo House Architecture, LLC
3157 Milwaukee Street
Madison, WI 53714

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Asian Fusion

Art and artifacts from Eastern adventures inspired the style of this remodel. The kitchen moves to the original dining room space and expands into a glass filled addition. The dining room now becomes a central focal point and is connected to the garden. Clerestory windows and increased ceiling heights expand views and space.

Contemporary Kitchen with Epoch spectrum granite and glass blend 12 in. x 12 in. mesh mounted floor and wall tile, Paint 1
Contemporary Exterior of Home
Asian Hallway with pocket door, Obscured glass, French doors
Asian Full Bathroom
Asian Dining Room
Asian Dining Room with can lights, Hardwood floors, French doors, interior wallpaper, Chandelier, Standard height

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