Luxury home: big version of a 'weeHouse'

The Wall Street Journal profiles a 2,900-square-foot, four-bedroom Minneapolis house owned by two art and architecture experts. Check out the slideshow and video to peep inside the modern prefab home that features bamboo floors and a master suite with a "treehouse feel."
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The Wall Street Journal profiles a home owned by Kaywin Feldman, director of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, and her husband, Jim Lutz, an architecture professor. The Journal has a slideshow and this video:

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