Residential Design

VOL.3 2018

A business-to-business magazine focused on the collaborative process and talented work of residential architects and custom homebuilders.

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Wayzata Residence Wayzata, Minn. ARCHITECT: Matthew Kreilich, FAIA, and Julie Snow, FAIA, principals- in-charge; Kart-Keat Ching, AIA, project architect and project manager; Christina Stark, AIA, designer; Kevin Ellingson, AIA, designer; Snow Kreilich Architects, Minneapolis BUILDER: Welch Forsman Associates, Minneapolis INTERIOR DESIGNER: Martha Dayton Design, Minneapolis LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT: Travis Van Liere Studio, Minneapolis STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Ericksen Roed & Associates, St. Paul, Minn. PROJECT SIZE: 5,500 square feet SITE SIZE: 1.15 acres CONSTRUCTION COST: Withheld PHOTOGRAPHY: Paul Crosby Photography (exteriors); Aksel Coruh (interiors) KEY PRODUCTS WINDOWS: Loewen ROOF WINDOWS: Velux, Solatube CLADDING: reSAWN Timber Co., Nigiri: Accoya Shou Sugi Ban GARAGE DOORS: Midland Garage Door Mfg. Co., flush panel DRYWALL: National Gypsum Gold Bond ENGINEERED LUMBER: Trus Joist, TimberStrand LSL THERMAL/MOISTURE BARRIER: Tyvek FIREPLACE: Ortal HARDWARE: Linnea COOKING APPLIANCES: Wolf REFRIGERATOR/ WINE FRIDGE: Sub-Zero WASHER/DRYER: LG DISHWASHER: Asko KITCHEN FAUCETS: Dornbracht TILE: Revival Tile, Mercury Mosaics, Heath Ceramics LIGHTING: Juno Lighting Matt says. "There's a quality to lakes—with the light sparkling off the water. The wood is like that. It has a similar reflectivity." Such a lovely site is rare even for an AIA Firm of the Year winner, and it proves there's always something new to learn with each project, each location, and each client. "We've done a number of houses on lakes, but this one is unusual," notes the architect. "We haven't been right there at the water level before. As you sit on the deck, your eyes are right at the hori- zon. The effect is, you're much more engaged with the lake and the landscape. "You know, when most Minnesotans want to escape the city, they usually go north. We have 10,000 lakes and a lot of choices. But this lake is so close—just a 20-minute drive from downtown—and as you drive out to it, it feels like you're many miles away." 55 VOL. 3, 2018 RESIDENTIALDESIGNMAGA ZINE.COM

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