LUNDIN ARCHITECTS LLCSelected Residential ProjectExperienceRick Lundin AIA ph (612) 616-7015
Family history, rural vernacular, and local materials are combined to create a home that responds     to site and soul.LA ...
High clearstory windows let in morning sun while sliding doors can be moved to conceal the kitchen.LA   PRAIRIE RESIDENCE
A large open kitchen works well for entertaining with a intimate family nookand fireplace to the sideLA         PRAIRIE RE...
Clever details like a TV concealed in the ceiling preserveLake views.                                                     ...
A new lake home blends into the woods while exposed structure creates a canopy of treesinside. Transformable spaces allow ...
BEFOREA suburban spacetransformed toPrairie Zen for atransplantedCalifornia coupleincorporating naturalmaterials and brini...
BEFORE            A center island with a Lazy Susan provides a place for family eating            while pulling work away ...
BEFORE     A big blank space gets scale and     warmth through color, texture, and     natural materials.LA   LONG LAKE “Z...
BEFORE A tiny ranch home kitchen was torn off to make way for a gourmet kitchen complete with wood fire pizza oven.LA     ...
BEFORE                     A guest quarters was even added to                     the mix to accommodate the owners       ...
BEFOREThe old farm house was opened up tocreate space for cooking, art andgrowing children. Large windows opento the garde...
The center island features stainless steel surfaces and a lowered   A bearing wall was opened to connect a family space to...
A family compound ofthirties cabins gets a newaddition that fits in withsmall scale structuresdifferentiated by color andf...
Inside openspaces aretrimmed in woodreclaimedfrom timbergreat grandpahad cut.                      PETE SEIGER MS&RLA FAMI...
A totalReconfigurationof an outdatedand decayinghome into anestate for today                   BEFORELA COUNTRY CLUB CLASS...
BEFORE            A new kitchen location allows a large family space to spill out to the pool areaLA            COUNTRY CL...
BEFORE              A classic Kenwood home defined by compartmented rooms is opened up. Leaded glass windows              ...
Upstairs the family bathcombines tub and showerto create a luxury of spaceand light.                              BEFORELA...
BEFORE          A lake cabin with many bad additions gets clarified and expanded. Light scoops,          glass floors, and...
LA MODERN TRANSFORMATION   CONstruct Architects, inc
BEFORE         A classic 1940’s rambler with         a great backyard is opened up         with a new center island and   ...
A small dark kitchen need a freshening up and   a more functional layout. An existing peninsula   was reconfigured to add ...
BEFORELA BATH TRANSFORMATION
LA MODERN RESIDENCE
LA MODERN RESIDENCE
LA MODERN RESIDENCE
BEFORELA TRADITIONAL BATH
LA 2nd story addition
BEFORE                         BEFORELA a LA carte Exterior
LA STORIES
LA         LUNDIN ARCHITECTS PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUNDProfessional Affiliations and registrations.       Member American ins...
Project experience while with Meyer Scherer and Rockcastle LTD.
Project experience while with Meyer Scherer and Rockcastle LTD.
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  1. 1. LUNDIN ARCHITECTS LLCSelected Residential ProjectExperienceRick Lundin AIA ph (612) 616-7015
  2. 2. Family history, rural vernacular, and local materials are combined to create a home that responds to site and soul.LA PRAIRIE RESIDENCE
  3. 3. High clearstory windows let in morning sun while sliding doors can be moved to conceal the kitchen.LA PRAIRIE RESIDENCE
  4. 4. A large open kitchen works well for entertaining with a intimate family nookand fireplace to the sideLA PRAIRIE RESIDENCE
  5. 5. Clever details like a TV concealed in the ceiling preserveLake views. Natural Prairie grasses flow around a river boat imagery .LA PRAIRIE RESIDENCE
  6. 6. A new lake home blends into the woods while exposed structure creates a canopy of treesinside. Transformable spaces allow the owners to host very large family events.LA LAKE RETREAT
  7. 7. BEFOREA suburban spacetransformed toPrairie Zen for atransplantedCalifornia coupleincorporating naturalmaterials and brininga beautiful siteIndoors.LA LONG LAKE “ZEN”
  8. 8. BEFORE A center island with a Lazy Susan provides a place for family eating while pulling work away from the outside wall to allow views and light.LA LONG LAKE “ZEN”
  9. 9. BEFORE A big blank space gets scale and warmth through color, texture, and natural materials.LA LONG LAKE “ZEN”
  10. 10. BEFORE A tiny ranch home kitchen was torn off to make way for a gourmet kitchen complete with wood fire pizza oven.LA GOURMET KITCHEN & GUEST HOUSE In collaboration with North Star services
  11. 11. BEFORE A guest quarters was even added to the mix to accommodate the owners world traveling friendsLA GOURMET KITCHEN & GUEST HOUSE
  12. 12. BEFOREThe old farm house was opened up tocreate space for cooking, art andgrowing children. Large windows opento the gardens and swooping ceilingsbring in light to formerly crampedbedrooms above. ARTFULLA DISCOVERY
  13. 13. The center island features stainless steel surfaces and a lowered A bearing wall was opened to connect a family space to thebutcher block top for rolling dough KitchenLA ARTFUL DISCOVERY
  14. 14. A family compound ofthirties cabins gets a newaddition that fits in withsmall scale structuresdifferentiated by color andform. PETE SEIGER MS&R PETE SEIGER MS&R PETE SEIGER MS&RLA FAMILY TRADITION
  15. 15. Inside openspaces aretrimmed in woodreclaimedfrom timbergreat grandpahad cut. PETE SEIGER MS&RLA FAMILY TRADITION
  16. 16. A totalReconfigurationof an outdatedand decayinghome into anestate for today BEFORELA COUNTRY CLUB CLASSIC In collaboration with Renee LeJeune Hallberg of William Beson interiors
  17. 17. BEFORE A new kitchen location allows a large family space to spill out to the pool areaLA COUNTRY CLUB CLASSIC In collaboration with Renee LeJeune Hallberg of William Beson interiors
  18. 18. BEFORE A classic Kenwood home defined by compartmented rooms is opened up. Leaded glass windows are reused as accent along with a brick wall Discovered during demolition.LA KITCHENS OPEN
  19. 19. Upstairs the family bathcombines tub and showerto create a luxury of spaceand light. BEFORELA BATHROOM TOO
  20. 20. BEFORE A lake cabin with many bad additions gets clarified and expanded. Light scoops, glass floors, and floating stairs fill the inside spaces with light.LA MODERN TRANSFORMATION CONstruct Architects, inc
  21. 21. LA MODERN TRANSFORMATION CONstruct Architects, inc
  22. 22. BEFORE A classic 1940’s rambler with a great backyard is opened up with a new center island and wall of cabinets liberating the outside wall. New French doors open to the yard and porch.LA RAMBLER AWAKENING
  23. 23. A small dark kitchen need a freshening up and a more functional layout. An existing peninsula was reconfigured to add storage with special features like a pivoting key drawer and extra deep roll out shelves in an unused corner. The TV was incorporatedLA DEEPHAVEN KITCHEN
  24. 24. BEFORELA BATH TRANSFORMATION
  25. 25. LA MODERN RESIDENCE
  26. 26. LA MODERN RESIDENCE
  27. 27. LA MODERN RESIDENCE
  28. 28. BEFORELA TRADITIONAL BATH
  29. 29. LA 2nd story addition
  30. 30. BEFORE BEFORELA a LA carte Exterior
  31. 31. LA STORIES
  32. 32. LA LUNDIN ARCHITECTS PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUNDProfessional Affiliations and registrations. Member American institute of Architects (1996) Registered Architect in Minnesota and WisconsinEducation• B. Arch. with Distinction, Honors Thesis Award, University of Minnesota College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (CALA).Professional Experience• Founding Principle LA Lundin Architects 2009-present• Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle Architects Architect. 2008-2009• Founding Principal and CEO 3 Studios, Inc. (Formerly CONstruct Architects) 1995-2008• Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle Architects Intern Architect. 1990-1995• RSP Architects, Student Architect 1988-1990Professional recognitions and Honors• Recognized as one of the 2005 Minneapolis Saint Paul Business Journal’s 40 under 40• MSAIA Residential Architects Vision and Excellence Award (RAVE) 2004 Lake-of-the Isles Residence• MSAIA Honor Award 2001, 21320 Residence, Minnesota AIA• Metal Architecture 2000 Design Awards Honorable Mention, Bank Vista Financial Center• MSAIA Young Architects Citation 1999• Guest Critic University of Minnesota College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.• Publications: Architecture Minnesota, Minnesota Business, the Star Tribune, The Minneapolis Saint Paul Business journal, Home magazine, Metal Architecture, Midwest Home and Garden, Minneapolis Saint Paul Magazine, Kitchen Trends, Bathroom Trends, Home and Architectural Trends, Custom Home Magazine, Stone World, Custom Kitchen and Bath Planner.Other Professional recognitions and Honors• Walker Art Center Art Lab Installation Russian Constructivist Show Design Team.• First Runner Up Evanston Public Library Competition, 1991 Evanston, Illinois (Project team with Harrison Fraker, FAIA, Dean University of Minnesota College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture )• Public Art Affairs Project Asphalt Paint Brass Forecast, Minnesota 1993 (Project team with Todd Rhodes and Ali Heshmati)• MSAIA Honor Award Schall Residence, 1993 Minnesota AIA (With Tom Meyer and Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle Architects)Community Activities and Affiliations• Rotary Club 9 of Minneapolis. Club Secretary, Board of Directors (300 Members)• Eagle Scout Boy Scouts of America• Saint Marks School. School Advisory Board• Professional Referral Organization Former President• Town and Country Club• Bethlehem Lutheran Church• Kappa Sigma Fraternity
  33. 33. Project experience while with Meyer Scherer and Rockcastle LTD.
  34. 34. Project experience while with Meyer Scherer and Rockcastle LTD.

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