Category Archives: architecture

Interior Staircase

I continue to be fascinated with the construction of the Milwaukee Bucks’ arena. Every week seems to bring some new sign of progress. You can now see a flight of stairs leading upward from the ground floor.

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Skywalk is up!

Look what I saw on my way to working the UX program table at MSOE’s Open House this morning. The Skywalk  connecting the Milwaukee Bucks arena with the parking garage across the street is up! Below is the post I started … Continue reading

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Milwaukee Bucks Arena – Becoming #2

About a week ago I posted a photo of the new Milwaukee Bucks arena that is under construction downtown. I drive past this site just about every day, and it really has been intriguing to watch it develop. Don’t know … Continue reading

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Becoming

For so long it was just a pit, literally. And then a messy tangle of  pilings and trucks. But finally the new Milwaukee Bucks arena is really starting to look like what it will eventually become.

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Snowblowing the girders

When you work construction in Wisconsin, an important part of one’s employment responsibilities includes clearing away the snow to gain access to the job site again!

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A View from the Bridge

Taken from the “bridge” skywalk between the Library and Science Buildings at MSOE following my film studies class tonight. That’s the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist bathed in golden light, and the crane marks the site where one of … Continue reading

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Public Restroom in Black and White

  I liked the lines and decided to go with black and white because in color the brown door was a distraction from what I saw as the main point of the photo. Plus I kind of like how in … Continue reading

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