The Strand’s Millinery building in St Peter, MN was deemed structural deficient and had to be demolished. The owners of the Mom and Pop’s ice cream business decided to build a new structure and reached out to Langemeier Architects for the exterior design. With the help of GP Engineering, we designed a building that met the city’s historic guidelines with an exterior resembling the 1860’s. The building changed ownership in August 2017 and will now be opened as a floral, gift and art shop. We are thrilled to help the Lavender and Linen business with their interior tenant build out. Stay tuned for photos of the interior construction!
Langemeier Architects is collaborating with Peace Lutheran Church on an interior remodel and building addition for their existing church in North Mankato, MN. The client needed a multi-purpose room with an open design space for large gatherings. The 5,200 SF addition offers flexibility with the option to use the room for classrooms with operable partitions for privacy. Two pre-school classrooms, restrooms and storage space will also be included in the church addition.
Langemeier Architects worked with Bright Pixel Design to create a rendering of this design project.
Langemeier Architects recently completed a commercial kitchen remodel of Coffee Hag in Mankato, MN. The owners needed to expand the kitchen and develop a equipment plan and schedule for the Department of Health review. The kitchen remodel included removal of all existing kitchen equipment, floor and finishes. We also designed a new restroom to meet ADA requirements. With the help of John Fritz Construction and Birchwood Design, we successfully met the needs of the customer for the remodel of this existing establishment.