GROTH Design Group worked with Pathfinders to remodel their existing 15,000 SF building and create new exterior points of entry.
Plymouth Arts Center
Local Community Center Gets Modern Updates | Plymouth, WI
The project involves a reconfiguration of the arts center’s performance, exhibition and classroom spaces. The multi-use performance space has been enlarged to accommodate multiple seating and production arrangements. Flexible theatrical lighting now serves the multiple stage locations. The exhibition gallery has been relocated to a more prominent area of the building that affords more immediate access from the main entry. Larger classroom spaces are provided and located where there is an abundance of natural light.
A prominent entrance vestibule and canopy have been added on the main street façade to create a more striking downtown presence.
An addition provides much needed gallery and performance storage. An expanded kitchen facility serves both indoor and outdoor events. A covered platform shades performers during outdoor events in a newly landscaped courtyard.
Renovation SF: 8,700 | Additions SF: 5,125
A community gateway feature, designed by GDG with partner ZEBRADOG, is located on the northeast corner of Mequon and Cedarburg roads.
Today, Lad Lake is still guiding growth on its original 367 acres of land, providing 24-hour treatment and counseling adolescents.