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Camille LeFevre

Camille LeFevre
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Camille LeFevre has been writing about architecture and design for local and national publications throughout her career as an arts journalist. Her love of home as a place of sanctuary, inspiration, and community is profound, whether she’s teaching Pilates out of her home studio in Saint Paul or welcoming guests to her family house in Sedona.

Local Artist Mary Jo Hoffman Expands STILL to Include New Zen Collection

Photos courtesy Mary Jo Hoffman Shoreview artist and photographer Mary Jo Hoffman, whose work we’ve profiled as her STILL blog has drawn national attention and...

MNSAH’s Works in Progress Features The Original Fuji-Ya, Case Study Houses, and Carnegie Libraries

If you’re needing a break from holiday hoopla, the Minnesota Society of Architectural Historians (MNSAH) has a lovely free program for architecture and design...

Beating Martha Stewart to the Punch: Q+A with Paul Knuth

Photos by Jackie Scherer Really, how would we survive winter without the flower shows in the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory at Como Park? The color, fragrance,...

Timber & Tulip Celebrates Grand Opening of New Showroom

Photos courtesy Timber & Tulip When we last talked with Brianne Boettner, the furniture designer and founder of Timber & Tulip, she had just quit...

“Dirty Laundry: Derailed Edition” Features Two Local Entrepreneurs’ Journeys Through Design

Repositioning Minnesota as the North—as simultaneously cultural identifier, geographical location, design concept, and brand—was largely Eric Dayton’s initiative. In 2014, Dayton (co-owner of Askov...

“Thank You for Shopping” Celebrates the Era of Department Stores

Talk about a nostalgia trip! Open Kristal Leebrick’s new book, Thank You for Shopping: The Golden Age of Minnesota Department Stores, at any page...

Gingerbread Wonderland 2018 Is Populated with Baking Delights

In what is fast becoming a Minnesota holiday tradition, Norway House’s fourth annual Gingerbread Wonderland is preparing for yet another blockbuster event. Last year,...

Bachman’s is Mad for Plaid in 2018 Holiday Ideas House

Strolling through shops in search of seasonal home décor is a marvelous pastime, even if you’re not sure just where that sparkly object, vibrant...

“Rams” Film Screening at the Walker Art Center

Remember Helvetica? The acclaimed documentary on graphic design, typography—in particular, the typeface for which the film was named—and visual culture? Filmmaker Gary Hustwit launched...

American Craft Council Partners with Amazon Handmade for Holiday Pop-Up

Photos courtesy American Craft Council Shop local on Amazon? This holiday season you can! The champion of craft, the Minneapolis-based American Craft Council, has partnered...

LightHotel Moving Up North to New Off-Grid Getaway

Alchemy Architects’ innovative LightHotel, the one-room mobile hotel that’s been moving around the Twin Cities offering visitors a singular art/architecture experience, has been sold....

Coen+Partners Releases New “Contextual Minimalism” Book

Running into Shane Coen is always a delight. Sure, interviewing him for articles in Landscape Architecture or Midwest Home reveals new insights into his...