Rural Estate and Horse Farm

Situated on 78 bucolic acres in the Western suburbs of Minneapolis, this client wished for a European-Inspired farm house that appeared to have been built generations earlier. Steeply pitched roof forms with deep overhangs, recycled heavy-timbers along with other natural materials, help lend a sense of tradition and permanence to this home. Charlie Simmons while at TEA2 Architects.


General Contractor:
L. Cramer

Interior Designer:
Renee LeJeune Hallberg

Landscape Architect:
Keenan & Sveiven

Trends Magazine

June 2007, Home and Architectural Trends (Cover), Rural Landscapes