We love putting reader questions out there for help from the Apartment Therapy community. Some of the questions regard ho-hum house exteriors and how to take them up a notch design-wise. It can be a tricky thing, especially if you're trying to do it with limited time, money, inspiration, and so on. That's why this little Cor-Ten entry wall by a Minneapolis designer jumped out at us as apt inspiration when we spotted it:
Located at the entrance to an unassuming (yet immaculate) ranch house, this low wall is a touch of high design. Using Cor-Ten (a purposefully-patinated steel), the wall enters the realm of artist Richard Serra
or architects Herzog & de Meuron
in its own little way.
See more of this project and other invigorating landscape interventions at Ro/Lu