Senior Brand Designer Brings Global Perspective To Kahler Slater

MILWAUKEE, WISC. (October 1, 2018) – Kahler Slater, an award-winning architecture, interior design, strategic advisory and environmental branding firm, is pleased to announce that Peter Ogden has joined the company as Senior Brand Designer. Ogden has over 15 years of experience as a design strategist, brand activator and industry educator. He is based in Kahler Slater’s Milwaukee office and has immediately engaged on projects for the firm.

Prior to Milwaukee, Ogden lived and worked in Australia, London, New York and Chicago. He most recently was a Senior Designer at Gensler in Chicago, serving as the creative lead on multi-disciplinary design teams. His role encompassed brand strategy, design direction and production. Notable projects during his tenure at Gensler were several high-profile sports venue installations for a leading international beverage brand, Wilson Sporting Goods Company’s new Chicago headquarters, Northwestern University spaces in Evanston, Illinois and San Francisco, and corporate branding and environments for LinkedIn, HNI One and The Economic Club of Chicago.

Kahler Slater’s Environmental Branding team has been working with clients and organizations for the past ten years to enhance their workplaces, universities and hospitals, to better attract talent, elevate customer experiences and engage employees through the visionary use of interior and exterior graphics in the physical environment. Recent and ongoing projects for the team include Capital One’s Canadian Headquarters in Toronto, Underwriter Laboratories (UL) in Northbrook, Illinois, and the future Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Center in downtown Milwaukee.

“We enthusiastically welcome Peter’s expertise, passion for our craft, and his strategic vision. He will greatly contribute to our mission of designing environments that engage and inspire,” said Tony LaPorte, Kahler Slater’s Environmental Branding Team Leader.

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