Habitat Architecture is the go-to solution for Multi-Family Residential Architecture in Minnesota and has been a leading name in residential architecture since 1991. Multi-family residences such as Townhomes and Condominiums have been very popular with many homeowners, including first time home buyers as well as empty nesters. While most people might imagine enormous high-rise apartment buildings when thinking of Multi-Family Architecture, Habitat Architecture has transformed multi-family living into a more intimate, glamorous and personalized experience. There is no reason why you shouldn’t live comfortably in a structure that makes you feel at home and that is why Habitat Architecture is considered to be a leader in single-family residences and Multi-Family Architecture in Minnesota and around the globe.
Habitat Architecture is an architectural firm established since 1991. With the belief that a house, or habitat, is more than four walls and a roof, Habitat has quickly evolved to be one of the most respected firms in the industry. Habitat Architecture strives to offer architectural solutions that completely respect one’s desires, needs and budget while offering a maximum of comfort and peace. The founder and principal architecture of Habitat, Hamid Kashani, is a member of both the American Institute of Architects and the American Solar Energy Society and always gets a personal satisfaction in knowing that he is able to make a difference in people’s lives by offering them a housing solution that is completely adapted to their lifestyle and setting whether it is by remodeling an existing structure or by designing a whole new project.
While a lot of Habitat Architecture’s work has involved single-family structures in the past, the firm has also been very involved with planning and design of the Multi-Family Residential Architecture market in Minnesota. Their understanding that a multiple-resident dwelling can also feel like a home and be personalized to its residents makes them perfectly suited for multi-family projects. Some recent multi-family projects also include hotel and apartment design, including a recent Hotel Concept in South Africa, for example. Multi-Family Residential Architecture in Minnesota has gained a certain popularity, as aforementioned, and can include a range of different structures such as condominiums, townhomes and luxurious villas and Habitat Architecture can help you design and build the type of structure you are looking for or remodel an existing lot exactly the way you want it