CHAMPION OLSON Architects

Adaptive Reuse - Lincoln, Nebraska

Adaptive Reuse - Haymarket District - North 8th Street, Lincoln, Nebraska

A Nebraska based architectural firm, founded as Champion Architecture in 1996. CHAMPION OLSON Architects is a small firm that can quickly and readily adapt to many project types and sizes. Current specialties include adaptive reuse, renovation, renewal architecture, tenant build outs, and developer driven projects.

The tenants build-outs designed by CHAMPION OLSON Architects: Fox and Hound Restaurant, Structural System Design, Morrow Poppe Otte, Candy Factory/H. P. Lau Code Compliance, Connecting Link, Buzzard Billy's, University of Nebraska Press, The Starlite Lounge, El Potrero Restaurant.

The photo above show an example of adaptive reuse architecture that is a CHAMPION OLSON Architects specialty. The historic architecture, unique in Nebraska, lends to the vitality of Lincoln's Haymarket district. A distinctive part of the two buildings is the connecting link occupied by the University of Nebraska Press. The architecture of the link does not overpower the flanking historic structures.

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227 North 9th Street, Suite #200

Lincoln, Nebraska  68508

 

 

 

Phone: (402) 475-2400

FAX: (402) 475-2814

 

 

 

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