Brook Louis Meier (B.A. Arch '98) Joins Kahler Slater
Kahler Slater Brook Meier.jpgBrook Louis Meier (B.A. Arch '98) has joined the Milwaukee office of architecture and experience design firm Kahler Slater as a project leader in the firm's higher education practice area. In his new role, Meier will be responsible for developing new business opportunities, managing project teams and leading design efforts on a variety of higher education projects across the country.
 
Meier has returned to Milwaukee after working in Kolkata, India for five years. There, he was a founder and director of Research Design Office, an architecture firm with studios in Kolkata; Hyderabad, India; Bangalore, India; and Milwaukee. Research Design Office was recently named one of the top 20 young firms working in India by Indian Architect & Builder magazine. He has served as the lead designer on many large-scale projects, including the J.P. Sahu Institute's first college campus in Siliguri, India, the Sindhi Cultural Centre in Gujarat, India, and a new 1,800-unit low-income housing development in Kolkata.
 
Previously, he served as the head of business development in Asia for Aventūr LLC, an architecture firm based in St. Paul, Minn., as a project designer at Vetter Denk Architecture in Milwaukee, and as a designer at La Dallman Architects in Milwaukee. While with La Dallman Architects, he led the Marsupial Bridge & Urban Plaza project connecting Milwaukee's East Side to the Beerline neighborhood.
 
Meier has a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
 
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