Midcentury Modern Milwaukee isn't always the choice when someone decides to feature Cream City buildings in works of art. But that's where artist Patrick Castro has (mostly) cast his eye for his Make MKE series of drawings that he sells as prints on his website.
The reimagined restaurant will showcase a new aesthetic, a reinvigorated guest experience and a bold new menu, all of which aim to challenge the very notion of what fine dining can be.
Adults seem to love the LEGO Architecture series of kits as much as kids - maybe more. If enough people vote in support, Vida Andras' MAM Calatrava model might join the series.
Wisconsin architect Frank Lloyd Wright's stunning and innovative work brought him commissions all around the globe, and when I travel, I try to make sure I see as many of them as I can. Here is a look at his beautiful Jiyu Gakuen Myonichikan girls school building in Tokyo.
Milwaukee Public Schools is blessed with a number of really, really gorgeous old schoolhouses, but few can compete in the ornate category with Rufus King, which not only was built during the Great Depression, but really offered the ailing economy a giant middle finger with an almost insane attention to detail.
There's something about a big city at the holidays: the lights, the window displays, the crowds, the decorations, carolers. Our Christmas trip to Chicago was to drink in the cheer, but, for me, every visit to the Windy City is another chance to dig into the city's world class architecture.
A few days after announcing a new vision and upgrades to the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, the arts complex's Bradley Pavilion hosted the results Wednesday of an architectural competition to ideate on the site of the current Marcus Center parking structure a block north.
When a massive fire broke out at Trinity Lutheran Church on May 15, three bells in the steeple remained. Now, The Bells of Milwaukee seeks to refurbish the bells, so future generations can hear them ring, Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Movie theaters are one of those third places - not work, not home - where many of us grew up. We saw favorite films there as kids, we perhaps shared our first kisses there as teens, we treasure memories from them as adults. Here's a look at 9 Milwaukee classics.
Miller Park is immaculate. Other than some inevitable fading and staining on the roof, it looks brand new. Compared to County Stadium, which looked old even when it wasn't, Miller Park is beautifully maintained.
Before Northwestern Mutual even competed its striking new office tower on Mason Street, it announced that it would build a new 34-story, $100 million apartment tower across the street, at 777 N. Van Buren St. Since then 7Seventy7 has altered the Milwaukee skyline. We went inside today.
This afternoon, a sidewalk at 2244 N. King Dr. was hit by a sudden and frightening shower of cream city bricks toppling to the ground from a partial collapse of the building's veneer.
Earlier this week, Thrillist posted a listicle of "The Most Badass Buildings in America You've Probably Never Heard Of" and included Milwaukee Art Museum's Quadracci Pavilion.
Celebrated Wisconsin architect Frank Lloyd Wright was born June 8, 1867 and to celebrate the sesquicentennial of that momentous occasion, Milwaukee Art Museum has created an exhibition in Wright's honor.
In this occasional series that looks at some often-unheralded gems of local architecture and history, we turn our eyes toward some small neighborhood churches around the city.