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Our Chrysalis Awards
for Remodeling Excellence:

National Winner
 2011 Kitchen Remodel
Under $50K


National Winner
 2011 Kitchen Remodel
$50K-$75K


2011 Kitchen Remodel
$75K-$100K


2010 Best
Residential Interior


2010 Best Green Remodeling Project Under $250,000

2009 Kitchen Remodel
Under $50,000


2009 Addition
$100,000 - $250,000


2009 Finished Basement

2008 Historic Renovation

2008 Green Remodel

2008 Bath Remodel
Under $40,000


2007 Kitchen Remodel
$75,000 - $100,000


National Award
2007 Best Green Remodel

2006 Best Bath Remodel
Over $50,000

2006 Best Bath Remodel
Under $50,000

2006 Best Whole House
Remodel $200K-$500K

2005 Best Residential
Historic Renovation

2005 Best Room Addition
Over $100,000

2004 Best Room Remodel

2004 Special Award
Residential Specialty Item

Otogawa-Anschel LLC
Remodelers of Minneapolis, MN

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Industry Associations: NAHB, NARI, ASID
Professional Designation: CKBR, CR

Michael Anschel
1214 42nd Ave North
Minneapolis, MN 55412
Phone: 612-789-7070
Fax: 612-789-7072
Website: www.otogawa-anschel.com

2008 Historic Renovation

Photo by Andrea Rogg

This 1914 arts and crafts bungalow had a large attic that had never been finished. Ninety years later, the new owners decided it was time to complete the home. They outlined their plan as follows:

“We are committed to upgrading our historic house in a way that respects its architecture, and also the appropriate scale and culture of small-scale living that makes city neighborhoods so cozy in the first place. Instead of square footage, we will continue to invest in quality--quality design, quality construction, and the kind of wood detailing that made our house special when it was built.”

This project is a strong example of sustainable remodeling. During the design, much time was spent educating the client on the systems available to them and materials that would have an impact on their home’s performance and their health. The result is a project that consumed less during construction, and will consume less in operation for the years to come. After a year of operation, the house is proving to be more efficient with almost double the square footage.