Home of the Month appears the first Saturday of every month. The program is a partnership between the Star Tribune and the Minnesota chapter of the American Institute of Architects. A jury of experts selects the 12 architect-designed houses, which represent a range of price levels, styles and locations.
ABOUT THIS PROJECT
Home: 1892 Queen Anne in Minneapolis' Kenwood neighborhood.
Design team: Architect Mark Nelson and David Heide, project designer and owner of David Heide Design Studio, Minneapolis.
Contractor: Welch Forsman Associates, Minneapolis.
Size: The addition is 2,000 square feet (includes finished lower-level recreation room). Total is 7,900 square feet.
Cost: Not available.
Historic: Minneapolis Central Library
2004: David Heide Design Studio
2007: Susan Gilmore
HOMES BY ARCHITECTS TOUR
What: Although this project will not be on the tour, more than 25 other homes designed by members of the Minnesota chapter of the American Institute of Architects in the Twin Cities, Lindstrom and Lake City, Minn., will be open. Architects will answer questions and appetizers prepared by Twin Cities chefs will be offered in some homes.
When: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sept. 20 and 21.
Tickets: $30 at www.homesbyarchitects.org or 612-338-6763. Discounted tickets can be purchased at restaurants listed at www.tcoriginals.com.