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Living Area Powder Room at the Juliet House
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A modern reinterpretation of a 1920′s bungalow in a traditional St Paul, Minnesota neighborhood. The 1,000 square foot 1926, 2 bedroom 1-story bungalow was more than doubled in size with living spaces built into a new light-filled second story loft space, while downstairs the original living and dining rooms were reassigned as a master bedroom suite. The project gives new meani...More
“glass wall” — ckgreen
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Tiled Shower at the Wall House
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The very first RoehrSchmitt Architecture creation, the Wall House is a 2,000 square foot urban infill home that was a great collaboration between the owners, architect and builder. The budget was tight and the expectations high, but working closely together the team was able to achieve the owners’ objectives in a crisp, modern package for less than $150 per square foot. The des...More
“Blue” — daraghtammy
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Entry of the Wall House
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The very first RoehrSchmitt Architecture creation, the Wall House is a 2,000 square foot urban infill home that was a great collaboration between the owners, architect and builder. The budget was tight and the expectations high, but working closely together the team was able to achieve the owners’ objectives in a crisp, modern package for less than $150 per square foot. The des...More
“-setback of front door, feels comfortable” — Helin & Co.
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Living Room at the Wall House
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The very first RoehrSchmitt Architecture creation, the Wall House is a 2,000 square foot urban infill home that was a great collaboration between the owners, architect and builder. The budget was tight and the expectations high, but working closely together the team was able to achieve the owners’ objectives in a crisp, modern package for less than $150 per square foot. The des...More
“use of step to open space” — shlevine
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Kitchen of the Wall House
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The very first RoehrSchmitt Architecture creation, the Wall House is a 2,000 square foot urban infill home that was a great collaboration between the owners, architect and builder. The budget was tight and the expectations high, but working closely together the team was able to achieve the owners’ objectives in a crisp, modern package for less than $150 per square foot. The des...More
“1.25" round perforated screen” — Wyatt Studio
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Kitchen of the Wall House
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The very first RoehrSchmitt Architecture creation, the Wall House is a 2,000 square foot urban infill home that was a great collaboration between the owners, architect and builder. The budget was tight and the expectations high, but working closely together the team was able to achieve the owners’ objectives in a crisp, modern package for less than $150 per square foot. The des...More
“storage” — shlevine
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Kitchen of the Wall House
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The very first RoehrSchmitt Architecture creation, the Wall House is a 2,000 square foot urban infill home that was a great collaboration between the owners, architect and builder. The budget was tight and the expectations high, but working closely together the team was able to achieve the owners’ objectives in a crisp, modern package for less than $150 per square foot. The des...More
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Exterior of the Wall House
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The very first RoehrSchmitt Architecture creation, the Wall House is a 2,000 square foot urban infill home that was a great collaboration between the owners, architect and builder. The budget was tight and the expectations high, but working closely together the team was able to achieve the owners’ objectives in a crisp, modern package for less than $150 per square foot. The des...More
“like the mix of metal and wood and awning” — urban design
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