Nequette Architecture & Design

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Nequette Architecture & Design is an architecture firm founded by Louis Nequette in 2015, following the dissolution of his former partnership with Jeff Dungan.

After leaving the partnership's former offices in English Village, Nequette operated the firm in leased space at 2218 2nd Avenue North. In 2016 he purchased the three-story W. S. Brown Mercantile Building, most recently occupied by Harold's Furniture and redeveloped it for retail and residential use, renaming it "The Thomas" in honor of his father. He also added a penthouse set behind a terrace for a new office space for his firm.

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