Work the Angles: Before

The boxy, stark white 1960s home in Minneapolis stood out from its neighbors for all the wrong reasons. "The front of the house was really flat and needed a more gracious transition," says architect Jean Rehkamp Larson. First on the list was adding a new front porch to provide shelter from the elements. The homeowners considered adding another floor above it but didn't really need the space.
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