Originally built in the 1930’s emerging from the International Style that made its way into Minneapolis thanks to visionary clients and a young architect, newly graduated from the University of Minnesota with a passion for the new “modern architecture” The current owners had purchased the home in 2001, immediately falling in love with style and appeal of living lakeside. As the family began to grow they found themselves running out of space and wanted to find a creative way to add some functional space while still not taking away from the original International Style of the home. They turned to the team of Streeter & Associates and Peterssen/Keller Architecture to transform the home into something that would function better for the growing family. The team went to work by adding a third story addition that would include a master suite, sitting room, closet, and master bathroom. While the main level received a smaller addition that would include a guest suite and bathroom.
BUILDER: Streeter & Associates, Renovation Division - Bob Near
ARCHITECT: Peterssen/Keller Architecture
INTERIOR: Lynn Barnhouse
PHOTOGRAPHY: Karen Melvin Photography
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Another example of a very pleasing line of trees, in this case with more complicated plantings beneath. In this case dark color of leaves below help to set off the brich tree trunk. Again, nice length of trunk before leaves. Relatively compact tree leaf pattern.