Deep River Partners

(414) 276-8550
www.deep-river.com

Services Provided
Residential Architecture, Residential Interiors

Areas Served
Nationwide

Business Description
Deep River Partners, Ltd. specializes in residential design including renovation/ remodeling, new homes, historic renovation and condominium build-outs. Our award winning Architects and Interior Designers provide a holistic design process that produces creative and personalized solutions reflecting our clients’ vision.
Through the integration of architecture, interiors, lighting, mechanical systems, and product selection, we create environments that encourage people to flourish. Our services include project assessment, architectural and interior design, construction documents, competitive bidding, and construction administration.
Deep River Partners uses the tools of imagination and creativity to provide solutions for our clients.

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Milwaukee Area Architects & Designers
Best of Houzz 2012-2013 & 2014
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Brian Witteman 
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338 N Milwaukee St
Milwaukee, WI 53202 
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(414) 276-8560 
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Art Deco, Art Nouveau, Arts and Crafts: What’s the Difference?

If the zigzag and swirly designs of the past leave your head spinning, these descriptions will straighten you right out Full Story
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apriltini
For me, it would be ideal to mix Craftsman, Arts and Crafts, and Mission all together. There are a lot of overlapping aspects to each that appeal to me, and the subtle differences would be charming.
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Terry Bostwick Studio Furniture
Yes, skoret, vernacular is an appropriate word to use in understanding how these things develop and become other than what was originally in the heads of designers through time. Others look, others decide what is real or good. There isn't an initial clear imperative to create the next big thing. It is, as I said earlier, part of a continuum of feeding off the amazing work of others thinking in a similar manner as you noted - when we as designers are so lucky to have others around with a similar mindset - unfortunately today we mostly have a lot of scaredy cat designers who stick to the current trends rather than take chances and explore. I find it amazing that the time periods we are referring to they didn't have the internet as we have today, to see what others are doing at a moments glance. And it is what I like about Houzz where we are all feeding our ideas and thoughts and understandings to create a nuance to whatever fits our design needs. Just as apriltini said, mix it all up, and make it work for you. As designers, pick and choose details that turn you on, steal it, if you will, and turn it into something new. (I remember discovering a guy who I believe was feeding off my early designs, unbeknownst to me, and was doing some incredible interpretations I felt were better than mine and I told him so. I wonder if Louis Majorelle was talking to the Jugendstill artists? It took weeks to send a letter.)

And I love it when people are brave enough to take chances in their homes and break free of what the neighbors have and expect. That's what makes my world interesting and beautiful.

It reminds of the impact explorers like Marco Polo had, upon returning from the East, on European design so many centuries ago. It changed everything but it took a hundred years to filter into the focus of those who were designing - voila! Chippendale. Today it takes seconds. In my own professional experience I remember during the mid 90's and how hungry I was to find others out there in the world who were thinking 'artistically' about designing furniture. Then, poof, we were blessed with the internet. Incredible, it was like the clouds parted and I had access to so many other ways of 'seeing'. And all of a sudden people all over the world became aware of my work. It was a heady, exciting moment.

So when we look back it is with our own eyes that we see, sometimes we need the interpretations of others who 'study' to help us see, but we still fit things into our needs or desires to make our homes beautiful and passions become real. It is great that we have scholars, who attempt to decide, it does help us understand in retrospect, but we need to decide for ourselves what is beautiful and fits our needs.
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Mund zu und Händewaschen nicht vergessen! 15 extravagante Waschbecken

Bei diesen Waschbecken mit Wow-Effekt kommen Sie aus dem Staunen nicht mehr heraus – und vergessen schnell, was Sie im Bad wollten Full Story
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On the flooring, these purple light is optic fiber light, do you sell? mail: halance05@163.com
August 18, 2014 at 12:39AM   
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No, we do not sell the integrated lighting products. We specify and it is part of the contractor's responsibility to supply the product.
August 18, 2014 at 6:34AM   
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Need more info to render and opinion. Do you have a picture of the table you can share?
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Get More From Your Bed (Storage, for Starters)

Find space for all your stuff — and maybe even a seat, a writing desk or another sleep spot — by cozying up to a multipurpose bed Full Story
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They are Marvin Windows, clad exterior, wood interior.
August 8, 2014 at 5:57AM   
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It is a matter of getting the surface to drain properly, with weep holes in the bottom sill of the screen panels and having a proper waterproof membrane under the stone flooring. Grace Construction Products makes waterproofing membranes for these situations and has options based on the substrate you are using.
August 7, 2014 at 6:42AM   
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It's a stone top called Crema Marfil
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Timeless design aesthetics with a penchant for maximizing the utility of the home. My wife and I were considering the remodel or buy decision and asked Brian W...
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I used Deep River Partners for architectural and design services on full remodel and expansion on my 110 year old colonial home. They provide creative solution...
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