Mitchell Street Preservation Society: Jordan Anthony


The rich and storied architecture of Milwaukee is just one of the factors that make the city so unique, as it lays the foundation for the city’s soul, revealing its past and shaping its future. Frank Lloyd Wright believed “The mother art is architecture. Without an architecture of our own we have no soul of … Continue reading

The Poetics of Space: Ashley Morgan


A little less than a year ago, Ashley Morgan’s shared home was featured in the Home Again post, “Subject to Change.” Ashley’s own study and exploration of the nature and dynamics of change couldn’t be more fitting given her continuous experience with it (better fodder for her art). One of her latest transitions is a … Continue reading

White Light: Jess Albrecht


It’s easy to mistake Jess’s downtown Milwaukee apartment for one in New York City or even Paris. The high ceilings, wood floors and large and plentiful windows with skyline views give off an air of grandeur reminiscent of another time. She allows the integrity of the apartment to shine through by seamlessly blending clean contemporary design with … Continue reading

In Style: Bjorn Nasett

Bjorn and Pharoh standing in front of a portrait painted by late artist and performer Holly Brown as a gift for Bjorn's 26th birthday; Frank Sinatra/Sid Vicious "My Way" painting on top right by Gene Evans at Lucky Star Gallery

Bjorn Nasett wasn’t exactly born and raised in a thriving cultural metropolis swarming with artists, designers, musicians or performers, yet from an early age (and well before the internet), he was fascinated and inspired by fashion, interior design and art. He credits his mom for cluing him into design–design born out of necessity. “My mom … Continue reading

A Midcentury Dream: Ashley & Kevin

Kevin & Ashley--so cute together!

When Ashley Brooks started buying vintage furniture “out of necessity at first, it was cheaper than anything else,” she didn’t realize that years later she would have amassed an impressive collection of midcentury pieces and the most perfect home to display them in. Ashley and Kevin’s home in Fox Point feels more like Venice Beach, … Continue reading

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