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Team of amazing building and design contractors collaborated to create this net-zero home.
This inspiring home is net-zero, which means that between the solar panels on the roof, geo-thermal heating system, and sustainable landscape design this building actually creates more energy than it uses. However, what is most notable about this home is its contemporary yet mainstream look, finally putting to rest the myth that to be green homes must be built in the shape of domes or silos.
Green Builder Media recognizes Kerry Hage of Hage Homes, Marc Sloot of SALA Architects, Lisa Peck and Christina Rymer of LiLu Interiors, and Southview Design's very own Matt Burton for their achievements in sustainable building for Ohm Sweet Ohm in Roseville, MN.
The project also received a 2018 Merit Award from AIA MN.
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Maple Plain, MN patio divided into an outdoor living room and dining room by an elegant Bluestone pathway.
Minnesota Historical Society guided the restoration of this Summit Avenue home's original reflecting pool, brickwork, and gardens.
Captivating swimming pool landscape in Hastings MN designed with every amenity for maximum comfort and fun.
This family of six upgraded their backyard with a modern Bluestone patio and a perfectly regraded lawn for playing sports and games.
Steep slope transformed into a backyard inspired by nature. More than a patio! This design includes a backyard waterfall, stream, fire circle, and fly-fishing pond.
Recognized for excellence in design and construction. A steep hill became a casual Northwoods living space.
Working through uncooperative weather and into December, our designer and installation crews went the extra mile (or ten) to create this suburban luxury landscape.
Minnesota backyard resort with swimming pool, pond, putting green, pergola, outdoor kitchen, and fire pit.
A national award-winner. Peaceful outdoor living with wetland views, bluestone pool deck, colorful gardens, and hot tub.
Five years in the making, this secluded backyard will take your breath away. Overcoming significant construction challenges to combine lake access and a private pool.
Expansive views and dramatic landscape design includes an Infinity swimming pool, fire features, an outdoor kitchen, and hot tub.
Unique landscape design with paver driveway and architectural details gives mid-century suburban home outstanding curb appeal plus patios, fire pit, hot tub and outdoor shower.
This backyard blends modern and natural elements together to create a low-maintenance outdoor living space with a plunge pool, terraced patios, a fire table, water feature, and a outdoor great room.
When the Builders Association of the Twin Cities and KARE 11 partnered to renovate the KARE 11 Backyard, Southview Design answered the call.
Idyllic stay-at-home backyard with a pool house, outdoor sound system, putting green, outdoor kitchen, hot tub, lighting, lower-level fire pit, and fire table.
Intimate backyard captures the spirit and charm of a New Orleans courtyard with classic brick patio, fireplace, and fleur-de-lis accents
Minneapolis backyard landscaping includes a dining area, water feature, sunning patio, night lighting, and edible garden without feeling cramped.
Natural Stone Fire pit, seat wall, and patio give this suburban backyard a northwoods, cabin-y feel with natural materials like stone and water.
Southview Design takes a moment to reflect on 2020 and how it will shape landscape design in 2021. Some landscaping preferences will last forever. But what changes are on the horizon for the landscape design industry? What innovations lie in store?
One unique design trend in the last couple of years has certainty captured our attention – the plunge pool or dip pool.
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