A community gateway feature being designed by GROTH Design Group with partner ZEBRADOG will be located on the northeast corner of Mequon and Cedarburg roads, in the heart of the Town Center. By adding a sense of place to the town center district, the desired outcome is to drive economic activity to the area.Read More
GROTH Design Group partnered with ZEBRADOG to deliver a comprehensive master plan and wayfinding program for the campus in Milwaukee, WI. 2013 marked both the 100 year anniversary of the school and the change from college to university. Exterior and interior sign families were developed for current and future implementation.
In addition, campus wide visual and programmatic enhancements were developed for future consideration. Implemented features included major monument signage at entrances to the campus and major intersections near campus, and directional wayfinding campus markers between buildings. As shown above, the placement of the main monument and the landscaping design intentionally frame the view of the university.Read More
Sheboygan’s King Park is located just south of downtown Sheboygan directly on Lake Michigan’s lake front. The city of Sheboygan is reinvigorating the lake front park and its connection to the lake, by upgrading the park itself which includes constructing a new meeting house and restroom building.
Based on Sheboygan’s desire to become a more environmentally conscious city, the new meeting house and restrooms strive to be a showpiece for this movement. By integrating local and recycled materials, capturing rainwater, and reducing energy consumption, this building has the potential to become a prominent green building in Sheboygan.