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Community. Connection. Belonging.


Each community has unique needs and attributes.

When designing for our clients’ community spaces, GROTH Design Group Community Studio team takes into consideration these unique characteristics to build cohesive environments that add value for the community.

Our team engages with stakeholders to gain a full understanding of their goals. We collaboratively build consensus, to ensure that design solutions are fully understood and embraced.

We create public amenities that activate spaces and provide opportunities for individuals to gather, socialize and celebrate. Engaging community spaces facilitate inclusive connectivity and are foundational for thriving environments.

Our Community Studio provides the following services:

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Community Studio Director

Managing Partner

Community Projects

Mequon-Thiensville Gateway

Mequon-Thiensville Gateway

Oconomowoc Community Center exterior

Oconomowoc Community Center

Plymouth Arts Center gallery

Plymouth Arts Center

Cedar Creek Bandshell

Cedar Creek Park Bandshell

A community gateway feature, designed by GDG with partner ZEBRADOG, is located on the northeast corner of Mequon and Cedarburg roads.
Jackson’s Boys and Girls Club, Recreation Department and Senior Center are housed in this new neighborhood facility.
Today, Lad Lake is still guiding growth on its original 367 acres of land, providing 24-hour treatment and counseling adolescents.
GROTH Design Group was engaged to assist in the plan and design of a new 20,000 SF facility to house the offices of the DPR.
GROTH Design Group worked with Pathfinders to remodel their existing 15,000 SF building and create new exterior points of entry.
The project involves a reconfiguration of the arts center’s performance & classroom spaces. An addition provides much needed storage.

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