Crocus Hill Georgian

The clients loved the look of their circa-1910 Georgian in Crocus Hill, but the awkward, turn-of-the-century layout wasn’t conducive to a modern lifestyle. Having admired P/K’s thoughtful renovation of a stately Georgian home in Minneapolis, the clients commissioned the architects to design a new space plan and create a seamless connection between the kitchen, breakfast room, and dining room. Inspired by the history of Saint Paul and New York, where the clients have a second home, the wife requested vintage elegance with an industrial edge. Using classical Georgian paneling, columns to define the rooms (and shoulder the kitchen ceiling), contemporary lighting, a crisp palette of white and black, and a mix of painted and rustic finishes, the architects gave this venerable home a fresh, modern look and an exciting new lease on life.

Press & Awards

This home was featured in the s 2016 Home & Design issue of Minneapolis/St Paul Magazine.

  • Project Team
  • Carl Olson, Gabriel Keller,Lars Peterssen, Sarah St. Louis

  • Contractor
  • Tim Snyder

  • Photography
  • Steve Heinke

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