Feb 21st, 2017 by Tom Bamberger
Or how Ald. Kovac and the Historic Preservation Commission bedevil architects.
Feb 1st, 2017 by Tom Bamberger
All the rules for developers kill bad buildings. But do they also kill the great ones?
Nov 21st, 2016 by Tom Bamberger
But is it worth fighting to stop it? Nah. Here’s why.
Oct 27th, 2016 by Tom Bamberger
Or how a small city green space was killed by countless improvements.
Aug 26th, 2016 by Tom Bamberger
Cars with massive music amplifiers violate noise ordinances, but rarely get stopped by police.
May 4th, 2016 by Tom Bamberger
Beloved perhaps. But let’s be honest about their kitschy design.
Apr 29th, 2016 by Tom Bamberger
Movable chairs have been a hit elsewhere. Why not in Milwaukee?
Apr 15th, 2016 by Tom Bamberger
Its generic, well-mannered and probably won’t improve with “tweaks.”
Mar 30th, 2016 by Tom Bamberger
The art museum’s new reinstallation promises much more and, alas, delivers.
Jan 13th, 2016 by Tom Bamberger
Jim Shields’ iridescent addition to the Art Museum gets better the more you look at it.
Nov 23rd, 2015 by Tom Bamberger
Lakefront Gateway competition picked a team, not a design. So what will that mean for the lakefront?
Aug 7th, 2015 by Tom Bamberger
James Corner is one of four finalists to create $30 million lakefront bridge. It’s a great design.