Over the past decade, visitors to the Homes by Architects Tour have stepped inside 168 homes to experience the architect-designed difference. This year we add 17 more spectacular projects to that total during the weekend of September 16 and 17.
Bruce Lenzen of Bruce Lenzen Design Build specializes in designing/building on unique lots, including the St. Croix River and other waterfront properties that require experience in the management of government regulatory bodies.
You almost forget that you’re in Minnesota and not in the mountains of Aspen once inside this 5,200-square-foot lodge-style West Lakeland house, situated on a wooded 3-acre lot.
Custom One Homes’ 5,300-square-foot, five-bedroom, five-bathroom home in the Autumn Ridge neighborhood of Woodbury, only a mile from East Ridge High School, is a dream come true for this young family.
When these homeowners—a couple nearing retirement— hired M & M Home Contractors and conceptualized this three-bedroom, four-bathroom Mendota Heights home.
Making a statement comes naturally to Ben Richter and Chris Van Klei of Detail Homes, whose outside-the-box homes—the majority located in the St. Paul neighborhoods of Crocus Hill, Macalester-Groveland, Highland, Summit, or along the river—are anything but cookie-cutter.
I’ve been entertaining the garden idea for years. In our previous home, the purpose of the backyard was to give our little boys a place to run and play freely, and provide our friends with a gathering spot for burgers and cold beer.
City Homes’ cottage-style home, complete with a welcoming front porch, is a slice of Americana as comfortable in the country as it is in the city—or, more specifically, in the Morningside area of Edina.
Today’s luxury homebuyers realize they don’t have to “build big”—they can creatively maximize square footage through an open-concept plan like the one used in this five-bedroom, five-bathroom Edina home for sale by TJB Homes.
These clients, second-time Landmark Build Co. customers, had a different lifestyle when they built their first home in Linden Hills—the focus was almost entirely on entertaining.