Tredo Group connects people and neighborhoods through the thoughtful design of spaces for non-profits, faith-based organizations, and other local hubs.
St. John’s wanted a gathering space with full transparency to the community. The build-out is clean and contemporary, yet echoes design elements found in the Gothic church.
Living Word is a traditional worship space plus a community center. This extra gathering space, created for students at a nearby high school, acts as a hub for conversation and connection.
Walk through St. Marcus and you’ll catch rays of sunlight, even in internal corridors. The daylighting helps the school feel like a safe haven, and helps students feel welcome and loved.
The North Campus was designed to be open and breathable, so the people who are in the building every day can make the space come alive.
This adaptive reuse turns a former locksmith’s shop into a restaurant near the BMO Harris Bradley Center. The project uses the existing building’s structure, and adds an open outdoor space.
A new front entry presents Wisconsin Lutheran to the community as an open, exciting school. The building includes purposeful arts and music space as well as a flexible atrium that’s bright and airy.
This project is thoughtful about function, design, and budget. Elements like the large window, essential for bringing in daylight, were designed to be inexpensive yet functional and beautiful.
Retail buildings can – and should – be designed with purpose.
This compact church near Laramie, WY reveals great views outward – including a mountain range. The structure itself is simple, and design elements highlight the site’s natural beauty.
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