Heirloom Quality Architecture

And a Midwestern Approach to Client Service

Wade Weissmann Architecture is a nationally recognized boutique architecture firm, with over 15 architects, artists and staff. Surprisingly located in Brown Deer, Wisconsin, we collaborate with clients on projects across the United States and Europe. Our work spans residential projects, equestrian estates, master planning and commercial design. And the occasional bespoke cabin in the woods.

We believe that architecture is ultimately about elevating our clients’ lives. From the smallest haven at the water’s edge to a gracious, rolling estate designed to welcome generations of family gatherings, we believe architecture–and the process of developing architecture–should be a rewarding and life-enhancing experience.

Our reputation for delivering heirloom-quality architecture has spread largely through our clients, whose kind words have been the greatest source of our ongoing growth. 

 

Principals

Wade W. Weissmann, AIA, NCARB

Wade W. Weissmann, AIA, NCARB

President/Founder

Wade is the principal of the Milwaukee-based Wade Weissmann Architecture Inc., a boutique architectural firm specializing in the design of fine residential and equestrian estates. Wade earned his undergraduate degree in architecture from the University of Wisconsin and his Master of Science in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania.

 

Wade believes that the work of a master architect should exemplify the highest level of craftsmanship, and he seeks to recapture the spirit and craftsmanship of the great residential architects of the early 20th century.  His firm has carved out a niche for clients desiring heirloom estates worthy of being passed down from generation to generation.


Eric  . Slavin

Eric . Slavin, AIA, NCARB

Lead Design Architect

Eric received his Bachelor's of Architecture degree from Oklahoma State University and his Master's of Architecture from the University of Virginia where he received an honorary Certificate in American Urbanism and a DuPont Fellowship.  Eric is a licensed architect with 8 years tenure at WWA and an additional 12 years of professional experience practicing in Nashville, Boston, New York, Tulsa and Wisconsin. 

Eric has worked on projects ranging widely in scale, style and type including religious, commercial and civic projects.  Eric has focused primarily on residential and equestrian projects while at WWA.

His diverse professional experience, education and travel have cemented his interests in connecting buildings to their cultural and historic foundations.  Eric has traveled extensively in Europe, Caribbean and Africa, always recording his experiences in pencil and watercolor.  His comfort with sketching allows him to effectively communicate ideas with clients and colleagues.





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