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Continued: Everyday Solutions: Remade 1960s rambler kitchen

  • Article by: LYNN UNDERWOOD , Special to the Star Tribune
  • Last update: January 26, 2013 - 4:10 PM

 

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To submit a project for consideration, please send uncompressed JPEG images of the element or space, before and after photos if available, and a brief description of the story behind the project to Mary Larkin: larkin@aia-mn.org.


 

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  • Architect Randy Buffie’s design replaced the kitchen’s existing 8-foot ceiling with a higher, sculptural ceiling, which required removing the original horizontal 2-by-4s from the attic.

  • Before the remodeling, the dining room had a vaulted ceiling and the kitchen had an 8-foot ceiling.

  • star tribune/aia everyday solutions

    Everyday Solutions appears once a month in the Homes section as a showcase for projects, by AIA Minnesota member architects, that solve a homeowner’s everyday design challenge. The program is a partnership between the Star Tribune and the Minnesota chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

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