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July 31 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Join Historic Milwaukee, MGIC and architect Keith Stachowiak for a unique Lego building event featuring MGIC’s retro downtown headquarters. Participants will take a behind the scenes tour, learn about the history and architecture of this 70s building, and build a model of this iconic Milwaukee building with Legos.

Please note that two people will build a model together. The event is a hands-on program geared toward adults and young Lego enthusiast recommended for ages 12 and older, capacity is 20 total, RSVP required. NA beverages will be provided. Participants do not get to keep the Lego model.

About the MGIC Building

The “inverted pyramid” architectural design of MGIC’s 4-story headquarters has made it one of Milwaukee’s most unique buildings since its completion in 1973.

Architect engineers for the development were Fitzhugh Scott Architects, Inc. and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, who also designed such famous works as the Hancock Building and Willis Tower (originally known as the Sears Tower) in Chicago. The building showcases Warren Platner designed interior features and museum-quality works by artists Alicia Penalba and Sheila Hicks.

Learn more about MGIC and their mission to help make homeownership possible, in Milwaukee and all across the country.

About Keith Stachowiak

Keith is a Milwaukee native and licensed architect with a passion for restoration and re-use of historic buildings. He is a founding board member of the Docomomo-WI, an organization which advocates for the preservation of modernist structures. Keith and his wife Elisa live in the Riverwest neighborhood. They both look forward to sharing the joy of Legos and architecture with their 1-year old daughter for many years to come.

Thank you to MGIC for hosting and sponsoring this program!


250 E Kilbourn Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53202 United States
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