Galbraith Carnahan Architects will open its new office space for April’s WCREW event. Opened on August 1st of 2019, their Log Cabin office is one of the most interesting and unique office spaces you will visit. It is a hub of craft and creativity, which are traits they bring to all their projects. The Cabin was constructed in 1921, as a vacation home for Frederick Underwood. The building has been moved to two different sites in its near century of existence, and in March 2019 moved to its current home at 6404 West North Avenue in Wauwatosa. The space within was completed gutted and re-built to house the office space of Galbraith Carnahan Architects. The interior features original stonework, oak flooring, reclaimed Douglas Fir wall cladding, along with other surprises that you have see to appreciate.
Please join fellow WCREW members to learn more about this passionate group of architects and designers. They will be offering appetizers, drinks, and tours of their new space. Ample street parking is available for guests.