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

www.ginkgohousearchitecture.com

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Swim Spa

This project is part of a subterranean addition that is used for the swim spa pool, bath and storage area. Above the space is a screen porch and deck. Skylights at ground level flood the pool area with light. Contractor: Scott Poulsen Enterprises Shane Michael Photography

1 tag Contemporary Swimming Pool with Skylight

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