photographs by Andrea Rugg Photography
A project by architecture adjunct assistant professor Kristine Anderson (M.Arch '04) is featured in the September/October 2012 issue of Midwest Home magazine. She worked with builder Craig Johnson of Johnson Smaby Homes to "resurrect" Cabin #10 on Gull Lake, a relic of the Rocky Point Resort, which closed in 1957.
In their remodel, Anderson and Johnson worked with the owner to keep the same footprint and character of the cabin, while completely modernizing it. The owner orginally set out to make a few updates, but when they realized the cabin wasn't structurally sound, the project evolved into a rebuild that would maintain the original structure's charm.
Anderson is an associate with Peterssen/Keller architecture. Prior to joining Peterssen/Keller, she worked as a project manager and designer at Domain Architecture & Design. While at Domain, she worked on several custom lofts, residential remodels and renovations of small and large scale, as well as new houses and cabins. During and after graduate school, Kristine worked as an architectural intern at LTD! Designs, a residential design firm, and in the design studio of Choice Wood Design/Build.