This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge

 This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.  Project Team: Bob Ganser AIA,  Principal-In-Charge  Ben Awes AIA Nate Dodge

This 1958 split-level home featured a kitchen typical of its era - small and cut off from the rest of the home. In the traditional enclosed kitchen of these older houses, seating space is limited. Where the kitchen tends to be the place of the home for family gatherings and get togethers, an inviting, wide-open floor plan became the solution. The addition of a three-season screened back porch presented a design challenge, requiring a variance from the city of Edina. The city appreciated the sensitivity to the neighborhood in the fact that it wasn’t a tear down.

Project Team:
Bob Ganser AIA, Principal-In-Charge
Ben Awes AIA
Nate Dodge