HAMILTON HOUSE SENIOR LIVING
The historic buildings and barns in the Cedarburg area are a perfect match for the client’s vision of a cozy, farmhouse-esque senior living community. Hamilton House was designed by our architects for 82 independent and assisted living apartments and 28 memory care apartments. Our construction team worked to make sure the project came together in time for spring move-ins.
The architecture and interior design feel like an extension of the local community. The exterior has light colored fieldstone and siding in barn red, cream, and dark brown. Inside, natural light floods all of the rooms especially the common areas. The décor sets a pastoral tone with wood beams throughout the entry, foyer, and public spaces, as well as reclaimed wood shutters, and an old windmill. The color palette chosen from the ’20s and ’30s is warm with yellows, reds, greens, and cream. See our blog on the custom quilt one of our employees made for the memory care unit.
The architectural team worked on not only providing comfortable living quarters, but also helping create opportunities for residents to engage in activities such as crafting, gardening, card games, and fitness. The outdoor patio and the multi-use rooms also provide more space for residents to socialize both in the memory care area and the independent and assisted living facility.