Taylor Residence Addition and Carriage House Minneapolis, Minnesota
A deteriorating addition to this historic home originally designed by Harry Wild Jones was replaced with a slightly larger addition. Downstairs is a new kitchen, breakfast room and half bath. Upstairs, a laundry room, exercise room and covered porch were added. The new carriage house mimics the form of the residence and provides an upstairs workshop with on-grade access from the rear.
Design by Joseph G. Metzler.
Photographs by Susan Gilmore.
“Reinventing the Past,” Midwest Home & Garden, October/November 1999
The Not So Big House: A Blueprint for the Way We Really Live, by Sarah Susanka, Taunton Press, 1998
Planning Your Addition, by Jerry Germer, Creative Homeowner Press, 1997
“Comfort Kitchens,” Better Homes and Gardens, November 1996
“Done to Perfection,” Historic Preservation, January/February 1996
“Addition in Keeping,” Architectural Record, April 1995
Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Award, 1996
Great American Home Award, 1996