Madisen Maher Architects is proud to announce Pabst Brewing Company’s move to its satellite office on the third floor of the Pabst Professional Center at 1036 W. Juneau Avenue in Milwaukee. Pabst Brewing Company was founded in Milwaukee in 1844, and their new office is a great nesting spot for team members to call home while conducting business in the city.
“We were fortunate to help Pabst develop their corporate image as they reassert their presence in the Milwaukee market,” says Erik Madisen, principal at MMA, “and we take pride in helping to create their new environment just as they take pride in brewing beers that have become iconic, cherished American brands,” he says.
“The environment showcases the heritage of the Pabst complex, using repurposed materials, metal and glass components,” states Sixto Villegas, Project Manager. “The open office concept promotes collaboration while private spaces are used for transitory staff. The office island features the Pabst portfolio of frothy beverages, allowing team members to sample product in a casual setting. Recycled wood sliding doors symbolize the wooden barrels that were used for transporting beer in the early days. Exposed steel, wire glass, bronze pendant lights and wire mesh artwork further support Pabst’s heritage,” he adds.