Streetscapes: Are contemporary homes cool kids, or sore thumbs?

Check out the article in the Star Tribune in which we answer the question: “Can you go modern?”

The also interviewed some current Shelter clients, here is the house they built: Seward Sensibility

“They’re showing up on residential blocks all over the Twin Cities. Unadorned, boxy homes right out of Dwell magazine nestle among neighborhoods brimming with Tudors, ramblers and Cape Cods, particularly as baby boomers seek to update their places with the idea of aging in place…”

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