Wall Street Journal
highlights a standout Minneapolis home that was locally designed. It belongs to Kaywin Feldman, who leads the Minneapolis Institute of Arts
, and her husband, Jim Lutz.
The house originated as a part of the prefabricated “weeHouse” series designed by area architects Geoffrey Warner and Scott Ervin of Alchemy Architects, the story states.
The modern house has a boxy exterior and glass walls, while the couple’s art collection, midcentury furnishings, and library fill the space, the story reads.
About the white walls, which provide a neutral backdrop, Feldman says, "It's my world," adding, "Our museum is all white walls."
Reclaimed wood and renewable bamboo floors characterize the place, which has a treehouse feel.
Besides being an attractive retreat, the home is energy-efficient and doesn't require too much in the way of upkeep, according to the story.