Erik Hancock, AIA: Partner
Erik is an architect, classically-trained musician, and a database developer who is irresistibly drawn to contradictions, unsolvable, and impossible problems. He believes that each stone taken from the earth to make a building exacts a cost that must be carefully weighed against the reason and the result. His designs are driven by the idea that architecture is a vessel to honor human experience, to foster community, and to make responsible use of resources.
- M.Arch., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
- M.Mus., Northwestern University
- B.Mus., Northwestern University
- Registered Architect in the State of Wisconsin
New construction of LEED-rated interpretive center for the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
Coon Valley, Wisconsin
Master plan for development and reorganization of existing facility, including new Native American Cultural Center, prehistoric Native American village, effigy and enclosure mounds, furrow gardens, and pioneer structures.
Hubertus, Wisconsin, Wisconsin
Master plan/feasibility study for youth residential/day camp, including equestrian program and other year-round activities.