Featured Projects : Milwaukee Film Festival

THE CHALLENGE:

In 2018, Milwaukee Film Festival had outgrown their downtown office and wanted to relocate to make room for their expanding workforce. They solicited the help of Abacus Architecture, who then called upon us at Schroeder Solutions, to provide Milwaukee Film with stunning furniture to match. The new space, located near the Pabst Brewery, was designed with the goal to create an exciting and unique work environment and the final product exceeded everyone’s expectations.

THE SOLUTION:

Abacus Architecture designed and outfitted the space with wood accents on the walls and ceilings, from there, Schroeder Solutions brought the space to life. The entire area was branded with company colors from the walls all the way down to the storage components on the workstations. This was the first project in the Metro Milwaukee area that Schroeder Solutions outfitted with Teknion’s newest workstation line, Expansion Cityline. Private offices, collaborative spaces, the cafe area and the large open office area were all furnished by Schroeder Solutions. This space will now serve as the new headquarters for Milwaukee Film Festival and provide them with an opportunity to grow and expand their talented team. They will, most importantly, continue to provide a groundbreaking outlet for filmmakers around the world to showcase their independent, commercial and documentary films.

THE PRODUCT SHOWCASE:

The Schroeder Solutions team provided:
• Interior Design
• Space Planning
• Furniture Selection and Specification
• Furniture installation

Furniture selections included:
• Workstations: Teknion Expansion Cityline, Global Vion Chairs
• Private Offices: Teknion Expansion Cityline, Global Vion Chairs
• Kitchen Area: JSI Wink Stools
• Conference Room: Teknion DNA Ottomans, Global Vion Chairs


“Released from spending all day at our desk, we are able to work in a more flexible, open-ended way and the workplace itself has become more open, eliminating the barriers to movement and interaction” -Teknion
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