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Inspiration for a modern exterior home remodel in Minneapolis


The home is broken into three distinct pieces–an entry/stair tower, a main living box and a guest wing. The effect is a series of smaller volumes that reduce the scale of this 3294 square foot home, decrease the impact on the densely forested site and create a sense of discovery with each unfolding turn of the floor plan. Photo by Troy Thies Architect: David O'Brien Wagner, AIA

Inspiration for a modern exterior home remodel in Minneapolis —  Houzz

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