Rehkamp Larson Architects is dedicated to creating great places to live. We work together with homeowners and builders through a creative process to design inspiring, comfortable houses. Some projects begin as an empty site and involve the creation of a new home. Others are small interventions to existing houses, enhancing what already exists and revitalizing what doesn’t work. We begin each project by listening to the practical needs and the ideals of homeowners, then setting out to find the right balance between the two. We strive to create houses that lift the spirit as well as graciously accommodate the daily lives of people. Please visit our website to see and learn more at www.rehkamplarson.com.
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3 Reviews for Rehkamp Larson Architects, Inc.
Great team. Very creative. Collaborative. Well organized. Will connect with local authorities/regulators to ensure everything is on the up and up.
Craig Kamman, Edina Realty
I referred a friend/client of mine to Rehkamp Larson to have their home designed. Rehkamp Larson worked through his dreams and ideas and translated his dream home vision into reality. This was elaborate design consisting of post and beam construction nestling it up on a river bluff. Great design.
Jean Rehkamp Larson is talented, patient, articulate, creative, brilliant, practical, systematic and delightful. We live in a 1908 Farmhouse in Minnesota, which we purchased 14 years ago. We made very few improvements during those years. Our 3 kids were in school and then starting college and life was too busy. I knew we eventually would get to updating and remodeling our home so I kept looking for possible architects. Jean wrote the book "Farmhouse Book". I immediately realized that she understood the elements that I wanted to preserve and maintain, yet update to make more livable and comfortable for our expanding family, as kids come home with partners and maybe eventually grandchildren. This project is 2+ years in the works mainly because of unforeseen surprises behind the walls i.e. lead pipes, extension cords in the wall used for electricity, porch walls that were structurally unsound and could not pass inspection as well as the increased expenses because of those surprises that required refinancing and prioritizing. As well as decision making difficulties between 2 very stubborn people. :) We are coming into our final push to finish the kitchen, cabinets and trim work. We have remodeled the upstairs bathroom, we have moved the kitchen back to its original location from its 1970s tacky remodel to incorporate a bathroom on the main floor, Put in a main floor handicap accessible bathroom, wrap around porch, new entryway, sunroom off the kitchen, geothermal heating and cooling.