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View our gallery of innovative residential, commercial and specialty design-build projects by architects, interior designers, landscape professionals, artisans, craftsmen and more.Residential Gallery 1
See the finished results as, architect Jim Weiss of J.R., Weiss & Associates, Architects, interior designer Jennifer Nordeen of Nordeen Design Gallery and builder Jim Benson of Benson Construction, LLC walk you through a remodel project example of the design-build team process for a residential project from concept through completion.Before photos coming soon!Residential Gallery 2
Near the top of a plateau, a clearing opens up to reveal panoramic views of the country-side. The contemporary house, encircled by 40 acres of rural woods amid rolling hills, nestles here to take full advantage of the natural beauty around it. A wind-turbine, geothermal heating, passive solar, solar hot water, natural ventilation and other sustainable practices lighten the burden on the landscape. At the same time, through careful planning and consideration, these sustainable elements remain unobtrusive to the casual viewer.Residential Gallery 3
Phased landscape construction makes this outdoor living space a success. This extraordinary outdoor living space featured here is the result of Markgren Landscape Group successfully developing and executing this plan from start to finish. The result is a luxurious, expansive outdoor living space that will provide unparalleled beauty and serenity for years to come.Commercial Gallery
The Waterfront Restaurant and Tavern is located on the picturesque Mississippi River in historic downtown La Crosse. To complement the newly built facilities spectacular scenic setting, itŐs designers paid great attention to detail throughout the project and incorporated beautiful, historically accurate architectural finishes.
Nestled against the wooded bluffs, away from the rush and sounds of the modern world sits a small, but exquisite church. Coming upon this clearing, you might think you've stepped back in time and to a far-away land.