Situated on the banks of the St. Croix River in Hudson, WI, this dental office remodel was themed after the recreational activities on and around the river.
Formerly located in a typical two-story office building, this client purchased an older building in downtown Hudson occupied by a bookstore and two tenants.
The client liked the aesthetic of an older building with brick, old world wood flooring juxtaposed against the clean, sterile dental equipment.
With the success of his first Blarney Pub & Grill in Dinkytown, the owner decided to expand to a new location just behind US Bank Stadium. The original heavy timber framing and rough stone walls provide the basis for the rustic aesthetic, similar to the first restaurant. The pub features high-top counter seating strung between timber posts at the center of space, just steps away from the main bar. An aspect of fun comes in the details - pendant lighting, steel pipe footrest, and a massive beer tap as the bar’s centerpiece. Blarney Pub & Grill has a strong yet warm character that comes from the material details and finishes, which promote Slàinte - to your good health!
Progressive Architecture previously worked with BevSource (formerly PSI) on an addition to their existing office. This most recent project was the complete renovation of a dated office space to accommodate the growing company. Extending the concepts of Progressive’s work for BevSource in the past, the result are a creative and efficient take on a traditional office environment. The space includes a unique beverage area, cubicle space, break room, areas for collaborative working, as well as conference rooms, and private offices. The most successful projects result from having a great client, an accomplished contractor, and a creative architect.