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Survey: Let us know how we're doing

Take the survey → We’d love to hear feedback about your experience with Bray. We’re always looking for ways we can better serve our clients, their communities, our partners, and more. Please take our brief, four-minute survey and let us know how we’re doing. Our firm strives to connect with the people we work with,…

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Happy Holidays from Bray

We are honored and grateful to have an amazing network of team members, partners, clients, and neighbors who support our work and make every project we do meaningful. This holiday season, we hope you take a moment to feel our appreciation for the role you play with Bray.(Be sure to open the full graphic to…

Celebrating Our Creativity
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A Culture of Creativity

For architects and designers, creativity comes with the job. Each day Bray team members work together to create innovative solutions to unique design challenges, delivering fresh perspectives on traditional, uninspired spaces. In honor of National Creativity Day on May 30, we want to take a moment to celebrate the creative individuals that drive our culture…

Bray Milwaukee Office in Walker's Point Neighborhood
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Home Sweet Walker's Point!

After months of preparation, we are truly thrilled to be settled into our new office in the Walker’s Point neighborhood. The design of our space, an adaptive re-use of a manufacturing building built in 1919, combines existing historic elements with an open and highly collaborative sensibility. Its current iteration honors Milwaukee’s industrial past, complete with…

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Bray Teams with UWM SARUP on Studio Project

Several Bray architects provided support and resources to Architecture 420, an undergrad design studio at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Architecture & Urban Planning (SARUP). The studio focused on the design of a fictional K-8 school at Kern Park in Riverwest. Bray Associate Mike Hacker lectured on Concepts of Educational Design and several Bray…