The Town of Argos desired a building to recreate the aesthetic of one of its historic train depots at Nickel Plate Square. Troyer Group and Arkos Design partnered on this OCRA Stellar project in downtown Argos, Indiana. The recently completed one-story, 800-square-foot facility will be used for meeting space, music, town festivals, family rentals, etc. It includes two unisex restrooms,
This neighborhood center is anchored by a high-quality early learning program and features holistic health services, youth, teen, and senior programming, and provides access to basic needs. This community architecture project also includes a 1,600-square-foot multipurpose room that can be used as an indoor play area. The design integrates the principles of trauma-informed care with the goal of creating physical spaces that
A community gathering place that houses three distinct uses: a café, ice rink, and event center.
A new 35,820-square-foot facility was built on land that was a collaborative effort with Wa-Nee Community Schools and the City of Nappanee. The new Club includes amenities for various age groups from early elementary to middle school and early high school ages. A high-tech learning center, fine arts room, full-size gymnasium, classroom, and multi-use space were provided for all students.
This park includes a small gazebo and monument dedicated to all the Ball Band Workers of Mishawaka. It overlooks the site of the former Mishawaka Woolen Company, which later became Ball Band, then Uniroyal. The beer garden structure is equipped with restrooms and a concession area. City officials promote the event space as an area that will be open for
Nestled in a heavily wooded site, these 2-story elevated, open-air treehouses create a sense of living amongst the trees at Camp Eberhart. Four tree houses each accommodate 12 campers and a counselor. The upper sleeping platform is roofed and screened covering a lower platform for gathering and social time.
The City of Mishawaka desired a bandshell to support the growing number of events at Central Park. The structure needed to function as a bandshell while also creating an artistic statement. The space frame supporting structure has a wood deck underside a metal roof and embodies a sculptural sense while protecting the stage and being aesthetically sensitive to the context