Madison Architects - Claude & Starck - "Masters of the Prairie Style"
Louis W. Claude and Edward Starck were Wisconsin natives and partners from 1896 to 1923.

Louis Claude attended the UW, worked with Madison architect Allan Conover and went to Chicago where he worked for Burnham and Adler & Sullivan (Louis Sullivan), as did F.L.Wright.

  • East Washington Isolation Hospital

  • Designs that still exist:
  • Swenson House
  • Sheridan Apartments
  • Beecroft House
  • Wootton-Mead House
  • First Unitarian Parsonage
  • Mautz House
  • Hart House
  • Nichols School
  • Lincoln School
  • Doty School
  • Lapham School
  • Franklin School
  • William Collins House
  • Jackman Building
  • Old 6th Ward Library
  • Kayser House
  • Lougee House
  • Fire Station #2/Castle & Doyle
  • Fire Station #6
  • Luther Memorial Church
  • Cornelius C. and Anna Collins House
  • Majestic Theater
  • Lamb Building
  • American Tobacco Warehouses
  • Gisholt Machine Co. offices
  • MG&E Co. Powerhouse
  • Wiedenbeck-Dobelin Warehouse
  • Bascom B. Clarke House
  • Breese Stevens Field
  • Jimmie's Spaghetti House