We worked with our good friend, John Dwyer and new friend, Colin Oglesbay of D/O: Dwyer Oglesbay Architects
to complete this project.
On a wedge-shaped sliver of land at a highly visible intersection in the St. Anthony Park neighborhood, the home strives for silence. The structure is woven between existing mature oak trees, suppressed into the existing topography, and clad in unfinished cedar, allowing it to weather naturally and fade into its surroundings. The main level embraces the kitchen as the hearth of the home, placing a large island in the center of an open plan, flanked by living and dining spaces. The upper level employs a roof deck to inhabit the trees and capture glimpses of the Minneapolis skyline, while sleeping rooms are banded with high glass to frame views of the large grove of trees that affront Luther Seminary.
Saint Anthony Park New Construction
- New Construction