An award-profitable renovation that breathes recent life right into a 1980’s residence situated in Tyrol Hills, Minneapolis.
Description by Peterssen/Keller Structure This new residence combines a up to date open flooring plan that addresses the wants of a contemporary household with conventional detailing that matches comfortably inside the surrounding neighborhood. The home was rigorously designed and sited to encourage indoor/outside dwelling by means of its a number of porches. Sustainable options are seamlessly built-in into the design from the bottom up, together with geothermal heating/cooling, photovoltaic photo voltaic panels and an entire home management system. This almost “internet-zero” power use house is a research in how inexperienced structure and conventional design can efficiently work collectively. This residence was featured on the 2011 Parade of Houses Tour, and seems within the February 2012 situation of Kitchen and Tub Concepts journal. Go to Peterssen/Keller Structure