A collaboration between Welch Forsman Associates, Michael S. Smith, and Ferguson & Shamamian Architects is featured in the July 2015 issue of Architectural Digest. Every detail was meticulously restored or updated on this classic Kenwood home. Amidst graceful landscaping, a … Continue reading
Strong design connects this colorful yet comfortable space to its traditional home. Nestled in the heart of the city, this transitional kitchen and living space look out onto an inviting and beautifully landscaped courtyard. An abundance of natural light and a fireplace provide added warmth for a cold Minnesota winter.
This spacious lakeside retreat received a grand redesign. A beautiful palette of stone and tile details are complimented by the use of walnut and painted cabinetry. With a stunning view of Lake Minnetonka, this homes open design is perfect for entertaining.
This stylish recreation of a 1920’s historic grain silo offers dynamic views of lakes and the city skyline. The spherical spaces are balanced by the strong horizontal lines in the quarter sawn sapele cabinetry. Painted white cabinetry at the kitchen and baths creates a classic backdrop to the modern aesthetic.
A much needed interior redesign brings this suburban home into a modern cohesive state. Quartersawn teak veneer graces several areas including two separate office spaces. New vanities, lower level kitchenette and both fireplaces were also redesigned and given sequence matched teak veneer doors and panels.