The Icehouse

Home of Alloy Architecture

Wichita, KS

Originally constructed in the late 1800’s as a hardware warehouse, the Icehouse building got its name when it began storing large blocks of ice coming off the surrounding rail lines in 1909. After close to a century of use, it had been vacant for several years when Alloy got its hands on it. The existing brick structure was combined with a new addition, blending the restored historic warehouse with contemporary materials and design elements. The building was completely renovated into approximately 42,400 square feet of Class A office space on three levels. Alloy’s offices are on the second floor, providing a unique window into what happens when a historical building is successfully and beautifully brought forward into the future!