We were brought on during the early design phase of this very exciting restaurant buildout in the Elm Heights neighborhood. We were thrilled to be brought onboard with Lauren Bordes and Evan Cerilli of Malane Benedetto to work with them through the design and buildout phase to help realize their vision. The building had sent vacant for some time before our clients purchased the building and started the journey down the road towards designing and building out the next iteration of a neighborhood gathering place.
We purchased this 100-year-old limestone building in mid-2020 to be our new LWB headquarters. It had originally been built by The Bloomington Limestone Company for use as their main offices and drafting center. Aside from the centralized location, some of the things that appealed to us most about this building were the beautiful original limestone work and the functionality of the space. Beyond that, the building had never been renovated and aside from some floor coverings and paint, the entire building was in its original form and condition. All of the original woodwork, door hardware, and windows remained intact. Over the last two years, we have refurbished the entire building, while keeping all of the original exterior windows and door hardware and doing our best to clean them up and repair them, as needed.
Unveiled Photography purchased this downtown building that was in dire need of some updating before it could meet their needs as a photography studio and they asked us for help in realizing their vision for the space. Our design took advantage of the tall ceilings and ample natural light to create dramatic backdrops for their photoshoots.
Congregation Beth Shalom reached out to us in the fall of 2019 looking to have an extensive remodel and two new additions built at their facility. We were really happy to work with these clients as well as all of our amazing subcontractors to provide a gathering place for generations of families for years to come.
Innovative Financial Solutions contacted Loren Wood Builders to bring a more updated look to their office space located on East Winslow Road. The objective was to lighten up the space, and make it more contemporary. Springpoint Architects came up with a great design that would fill their needs.
Sycamore Land Trust, one of our favorite community partners, reached out to us to help them design, plan, and execute a partial rebuild of their Beanblossom Bottoms Nature Preserve Boardwalk. We are proud to have been involved with such a special organization and grateful for the opportunity to help give back to the community and help maintain and preserve the environment that nurtures us.