FMC ARCHITECTS PROJECTS
Project: Culver’s ButterBurger and Frozen Custard
Client: Steve Skomski
Contractor: Vector Construction
Location: Macedonia, Ohio
Description: You won’t find “Western Reserve” in most architecture history books. ‘The Connecticut Western Reserve (also known as the Western Reserve) was an area in the Northwest Territory held, sold, and distributed by the State of Connecticut in the years after the American Revolution.’ You can read all about it here Western Reserve.
A spin off of colonial architecture, settlers made changes in looks and detailing to create it’s own style. FMCA was challenged to take a very modern Culver’s Corporate Prototype and turn it into something that would look like it came out of history, while maintaining all the prototype’s interior look, feel, and corporate branding. The founder of FMCA is originally from CT, so this project was a little more special than others.