Written by Jenna McKnight
US studios PKA Architecture and Martha Dayton Design have completed a waterfront residence with a glass-clad entry volume designed to “make an architectural statement”.
Called Lakeside Modern, the house is located alongside a lake in central Minnesota. It was designed for a couple with grown children who were looking to downsize from their large family home, located nearby.PKA Architecture and interior design firm Martha Dayton Design – both based in Minnesota – worked closely together to create a dwelling that was private while having a strong connection to the water. Another priority was the display of artwork, specifically a 10-by-10-foot (three-by-three metre) painting that the clients wanted hung in the dining area

“The entire house was essentially designed around where the large painting on the wall of the dining room would be located,” the team said. The architects conceived a 7,400-square-foot (687-square-metre) house that consists of rectilinear volumes set around outdoor spaces.

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