Pritzker Hageman, P.A.

Pritzker Hageman, P.A. offices out of the former Pillsbury Branch Library, which was originally constructed between 1902 and 1904 using funds bestowed by three-term Minnesota Governor John S. Pillsbury’s estate. Upon renovating the space, the design team prioritized retaining the historical essence of the building, while seamlessly integrating contemporary furnishings and fixtures to craft a stately ambiance. The lobby’s tall ceilings, original stained glass skylights, intricate architectural details, and modern furniture cultivate an inviting and grandiose experience for clients. Glass was added to the main conference room adjacent to the lobby to open up the space and allow natural light to flow throughout the front office and elevate the client experience. The furniture in the private offices was thoughtfully selected and purposefully placed to support collaboration among colleagues and the revamped break room facilitates socialization and respite. With meticulous consideration of all design elements, the Pritzker Hageman, P.A. office establishes a fresh benchmark for preserving historical allure within a classic and functional workspace.