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Albion Brick Residence

The idyllic landscape of this unique private residence once billowed smoke and bustled with factory workers, as the site of a shale quarry and manufacturing facility producing paver bricks.

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Commercial storefront (1905)
Arcademie Bar

The historic O’Donnell Building, a long time vacuum sales and service shop, was saved from demolition by a determined client who envisioned an old-school urban arcade bar that could cater to a wide variety of customers and characters, from serious geeks to patrons of the nearby philharmonic orchestra.

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Urban Industrial
Copper House Restaurant

The celebrated Copper House restaurant was envisioned by local chef Charisa Perkins to occupy an empty c. 1895 historic building, which had recently housed a popular restaurant and brewery, but the existing kitchen was on the wrong floor.

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Retro Modern
Field & Main Bank

This small but sophisticated 1960’s bank branch was in need of a re-fresh, setting the stage for another successful collaboration between Matt Wagner Design and Adam Green Architect.

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modern Ranch
Harralton Court Residence

This funky, sprawling 1940's ranch underwent extensive interior renovations to allow for gatherings that revolved around one room: the kitchen.

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Spanish Colonial Revival
Henderson Union Station

This beloved local landmark has faced demolition on multiple occasions since the 1970’s, but always found a sympathetic owner who sought a new use for the building.

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California Contemporary
Hilltop Residence

This California inspired storm-proof home, built of auto-clave aerated concrete (AAC) blocks, features a super-efficient geothermal heating and cooling system and open-cell spray foam insulation.

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English Colonial (1900)
Igleheart Gardens Offices

Igleheart Gardens celebrates the legacy of the prominent Igleheart family, preserving and enhancing 25 acres of scenic hardwood landscape including the family’s elegant 1925 French Chateau, a historic horse barn and multiple historic structures.

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Colonial Revival (1850)
Kolb Homestead B&B

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Kolb Homestead is a 58 acres farm rich with historic residential and agricultural buildings including a handsome 1850’s farmhouse.

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Vintage Modern
Mo's House Lounge

This converted butcher shop was transformed into a 1920's-inspired cocktail lounge with interior designer Matt Wagner Design and award-winning cocktail extraordinaire Moriah Rose.

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Post Modern
National Corvette Museum

The National Corvette Museum in western Kentucky showcases the greatest American sports car, the Chevrolet Corvette.

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French Second Empire (1882)
Owen Block Apartments

This iconic French Second Empire structure was saved from demolition by Indiana Landmarks in 2016, in collaboration with a grassroots campaign dubbed the “Blockheads”.

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Modern Cottage
Albion Brick Residence

The idyllic landscape of this unique private residence once billowed smoke and bustled with factory workers, as the site of a shale quarry and manufacturing facility producing paver bricks.

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modern Ranch
Harralton Court Residence

This funky, sprawling 1940's ranch underwent extensive interior renovations to allow for gatherings that revolved around one room: the kitchen.

More
Live
California Contemporary
Hilltop Residence

This California inspired storm-proof home, built of auto-clave aerated concrete (AAC) blocks, features a super-efficient geothermal heating and cooling system and open-cell spray foam insulation.

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Live
French Second Empire (1882)
Owen Block Apartments

This iconic French Second Empire structure was saved from demolition by Indiana Landmarks in 2016, in collaboration with a grassroots campaign dubbed the “Blockheads”.

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French Country
Park Ridge Residence

This elegant private residence combines Old-World French Country charm and sophistication with the latest in modern technologies and conveniences.

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Italianate Revival (1850)
Phelps-Hopkins House

This impressive Italianate home c. 1850, located in the scenic river town of Newburgh, Indiana demanded a larger more modern kitchen that could meet the needs of the owner's young family.

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Retro Modern
Field & Main Bank

This small but sophisticated 1960’s bank branch was in need of a re-fresh, setting the stage for another successful collaboration between Matt Wagner Design and Adam Green Architect.

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Post Modern
National Corvette Museum

The National Corvette Museum in western Kentucky showcases the greatest American sports car, the Chevrolet Corvette.

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Modern
Saddle Ridge Office

This fast growing technology start-up located in a backlot New Jersey warehouse needed an impressive new entrance lobby to host prospective employees and out-of-town clients.

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New urbanism
The Cox Group Campus

Our clients sought a site for their new corporate office with a desire to improve and enhance the fabric of the existing neighborhood. But which site should they choose?

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Modern
The Cox Group Office

The Cox Group headquarters sits between Mt. Vernon's historic district and a busy modern commercial district. The building’s form reflects these contrasting sides of the city, featuring brick and limestone adjacent to the historic neighborhood, and sleek glass and metal facing towards its modern commercial neighbors.

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Commercial storefront (1905)
Arcademie Bar

The historic O’Donnell Building, a long time vacuum sales and service shop, was saved from demolition by a determined client who envisioned an old-school urban arcade bar that could cater to a wide variety of customers and characters, from serious geeks to patrons of the nearby philharmonic orchestra.

More
Play
Urban Industrial
Copper House Restaurant

The celebrated Copper House restaurant was envisioned by local chef Charisa Perkins to occupy an empty c. 1895 historic building, which had recently housed a popular restaurant and brewery, but the existing kitchen was on the wrong floor.

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Play
Vintage Modern
Mo's House Lounge

This converted butcher shop was transformed into a 1920's-inspired cocktail lounge with interior designer Matt Wagner Design and award-winning cocktail extraordinaire Moriah Rose.

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Eclectic
Pangea Kitchen

This subtle but sophisticated bar and private banquet room serve as a quiet escape from the bustle of the adjacent Pangea Kitchen, a highly-celebrated locally owned restaurant serving a mouthwatering mix of “global soul food”.

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Colonial Revival (1852)
Preservation Hall

Originally known as Old Newburgh Presbyterian Church, this c. 1852 structure served for many years as the local town hall and police station. In 2007 it underwent significant renovations to become an event center, now popular for weddings and community events.

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Spanish Colonial Revival
Henderson Union Station

This beloved local landmark has faced demolition on multiple occasions since the 1970’s, but always found a sympathetic owner who sought a new use for the building.

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English Colonial (1900)
Igleheart Gardens Offices

Igleheart Gardens celebrates the legacy of the prominent Igleheart family, preserving and enhancing 25 acres of scenic hardwood landscape including the family’s elegant 1925 French Chateau, a historic horse barn and multiple historic structures.

More
Renew
Colonial Revival (1850)
Kolb Homestead B&B

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Kolb Homestead is a 58 acres farm rich with historic residential and agricultural buildings including a handsome 1850’s farmhouse.

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Usonian Style (1934)
Peters-Margedant House

This modest 550 square foot residence is a rare and early example of Usonian Style architecture. Designed and built in 1934 by noted architect William Wesley “Wes” Peters, an Evansville native and Frank Lloyd Wright’s first apprentice, the home was and still is strikingly unique.

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Italianate Revival (1869)
Shackelford Mansion

The Shackelford Mansion, commonly known as the No-Ruz Grotto, was the largest residence ever built in Evansville upon its construction in 1869.

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Romanesque Revival (1894)
Working Men’s Institute

The Working Men’s Institute is Indiana’s oldest continuously operated public library and museum, and holds a fascinating array of manuscripts, art and artifacts that speak to the remarkably history of New Harmony, Indiana, once known as the "Athens on the Wabash".

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