Okoboji House Iowa by Min|Day Architects

For a lake residence on a diminutive lot in rural Iowa, we conceived of a house as a series of spatial frames that offer a focused and private experience on an otherwise densely populated shore. This second home sits in a resort area that appears as an oasis in the midst of the Midwestern “corn desert”. Not at all nostalgic for the cottages of years gone by, the owners nevertheless wanted a house that was “all about the lake” and the oak trees that bound the lake from the expanse of farmland beyond

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