• Camp El Wa Ho

    Location:  Fayetteville, Franklin County, Pennsylvania Muhlenberg Greene Architects was commissioned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to design a new shower building and assembly pavilion for the recent acquisition of the Camp El Wa Ho girl’s summer camp retreat in Fayetteville, PA.   The new 1800 sq. ft.  pavilion provides a new sheltered gathering space for assembly Continue Reading

  • Knight’s Pub at Stokesay Castle – Addition

    Location:  Alsace Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania Muhlenberg Greene Architects was the Architect for the 3,500 square foot restaurant/bar addition to the historic Stokesay Castle located in Berks County, PA.   This addition was constructed on the site of the original Knight’s Pub, which was an outdoor space only.  The design of the addition incorporated traditional architectural styles into a contemporary design that Continue Reading

  • Lenape Park – Concession Building

    Location:  Upper Milford Township,Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. Muhlenberg Greene Architects developed the design and construction drawings for a new concession stand and storage building for Lenape Park . New electric service was provided to the new building which will also connect to other existing structures.  Water and sewer connections were made to an existing well and to existing on-site sewage system. Continue Reading

  • Pool Pavilion (Private Residence)

    Location:  Zionsville, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. Muhlenberg Greene Architects employed sustainable design techniques in their design of a structure to accommodate the installation of an “Endless Pool.”  The project included a study of passive solar heating and cooling utilizing ‘Direct Gain’ system techniques of southern glazing exposures, masonry storage thermal walls, projected overhangs, and careful site placement amongst many shade trees. Continue Reading

  • The Environmental Center at Angelica Park

    Location:  Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania. The Angelica Park Environmental Center is an extension of the wetlands restoration.  A Design Team consisting of representatives from the local colleges, the school district, the state park system, and the City of Reading was established to collaborate with Muhlenberg Greene Architects on the planning, programming, and design for a building that would embody environmental Continue Reading