Our Studio

Amy Carman Design is located in the historic and beautifully renovated Eschweiler Administration Building in Wawatosa, between Swan Boulevard and Watertown Plank Road.

The Tudor Revival building is a familiar landmark and is on the National Register of Historic Places.  Built in 1912, it was designed by Alexander Eschweiler as part of the School of Agriculture and Domestic Economy.  After many decades of vacancy the building fell into disrepair.  In 2011 the building was spared from demolition, and three years later it was converted into offices and community space for the surrounding Echelon apartments.

Amy Carman Design moved into the building’s second floor office and studio space in March of 2018.  


 

 
  • Eschweiler Administration Building
  • Eschweiler School for Agriculture and Domestic Economy
  • Students on the lawn 1926
  • Amy Carman Design Studio
  • Amy Carman Design Office