Custom Residential Architecture
Every house tells a story. Its tale is determined by the owner and how they choose to live out their dreams and desires in the comfort of their own home. The architecture of a home needs to reflect the lifestyle of its inhabitants making the house both adaptable to change and growth. Whether it is an older home that needs remodeling or an addition or a newly constructed one, the functionality of the home must meet the individual needs of those living in it. A renovation should also enhance the original character or style of the home defining its positive attributes and details. By using sustainable materials that compliment the idea of form meeting function, an aesthetically pleasing balance can be created. Larger is not always better – no job is too small if it means a comfortable and useful solution to a client.
Meg Baniukiewicz grew up in suburban Chicago and attended New Trier High School. Her interest in residential design began with drafting and design classes there. From New Trier she attended Miami University in Oxford, Ohio where she received a Bachelor of Environmental Design. Meg attended graduate school at the University of Michigan and recieved a Masters Degree in Architecture.
Meg has been working on remodeling projects in the Milwaukee metropolitan area since 2001. She lives in Whitefish Bay, WI with her husband Andy and children Nick and Grace. Out of the design world she enjoys Cross Fit, biking, running and travelling. If you can't find her ... she is probably attending soccer, hockey and lacrosse games for her kids.