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Enscultpic was the brainchild of architect Winslow Elliott Wedin and was built in the summer of 1969. Winslow, a local architect who had a studio in Plymouth, brought seven architecture students from Auburn University in Texas and they camped out over the summer while building the home. It’s often described as a “mushroom house,” a “hobbit house,” or the “marshmallow house.</p>
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Enscultpic was the brainchild of architect Winslow Elliott Wedin and was built in the summer of 1969. Winslow, a local architect who had a studio in Plymouth, brought seven architecture students from Auburn University in Texas and they camped out over the summer while building the home. It’s often described as a “mushroom house,” a “hobbit house,” or the “marshmallow house.</p>

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Ensculptic House, 670 North Branch Road, Minnetrista, Minnesota

Enscultpic was the brainchild of architect Winslow Elliott Wedin and was built in the summer of 1969. Winslow, a local architect who had a studio in Plymouth, brought seven architecture students from Auburn University in Texas and they camped out over the summer while building the home. It’s often described as a “mushroom house,” a “hobbit house,” or the “marshmallow house.

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