Midwest college town Champaign, IL, is not exactly known for cutting edge or modern residential architecture so when this custom contemporary was built in 1996 it was the talk of the town. Designed by local architect G.T. Hardwick, it was built for a local successful business owner who was retiring and wanted a slice of solitude amongst the trees. It's changed hands a couple of times since and was most recently purchased last year by the inaugural director of the new design school at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, the home was in dire need of updating and so the new owner turned to one of her closest friends, an interior designer and architectural color specialist, to assist with the new design.

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Modern home with Kitchen, Porcelain Tile Floor, White Cabinet, Engineered Quartz Counter, Range Hood, Undermount Sink, Ceramic Tile Backsplashe, Ceiling Lighting, Wood Cabinet, Refrigerator, and Range. Photo  of The Garden Path 2.0
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