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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.

“bold boho,” Circa and Omforme’s Third Exhibition, Focuses on Restyling by Pairing Abstract Art...

Carter Averbeck, the artist, media darling, and owner of the fabulous furnishings shop Omforme Design—and Circa Gallery in Minneapolis talks why the future of furniture is restyling.

The Other BOWL in Town: ASI Ushers in 2018 with “The Handmade,” a Series...

The artisan, artistic and aesthetic aspects of craft receive their full due in 2018 as the American Swedish Institute focuses on “The Handmade” in...

Architects Leave for Puerto Rico to Help With Rebuilding Island Destroyed by Hurricane Maria

Architects John Dwyer and Laura Cayere-King left this week for Puerto Rico.John Dwyer just took off for Puerto Rico, packing four 70-pound bags of...

Three Holiday House Tours Inspire Historic Reveries

Three iconic Twin Cities homes, managed to retain their historic grandeur, open their doors during the holiday season to visitors seeking respite from their...

Move Over, Marie Kondo. Swedish Death Cleaning is the New Decluttering Craze

The alarm really sounded when, in February, Richard Eisenberg published an article on Next Avenue titled “Sorry, Nobody Wants Your Parents’ Stuff.” For years,...

“Dirty Laundry” Series at the U Delivers the Dirt on Design

One of the liveliest annual events in the Twin Cities design world is “Dirty Laundry.” Presented by the College of Design at the University...

Sisyphus: The Kinetic Table That Plays Paths to Wonderment

During an art opening held at a local architecture firm, guests from 5 to 85 sat transfixed around several circular, black steel tables inside...

Talk by Kristin Anderson, Architecture Professor, Highlights Ordinary Homes of the ’50s and ’60s

The passion for all things midcentury continues. In fact, Kristin Anderson, professor of art and architecture at Augsburg College, developed a continuing education class...

Alchemy Architects Celebrates 25 Years of Innovating Small Structures for Life, Work, and Play

Would it be safe to say that Geoff Warner, founder of Alchemy Architects in St. Paul, owes a lot of one client in particular?...

Peterssen Keller Architects Transforms Office Walls Into Gallery for Local Artists

Bennett Bossert has loved residential architecture since, when he was 10, he drew plans for the renovation of his grandparents’ home on Galpin Lake...

Docomomo US/MN Tour Day 2017: Seven Fantastic Modern Homes by Iconic Midcentury and Modern...

It’s not on the scale of Palm Springs Modernism Week, or even Modern Phoenix Week—the home tours that ardent fans of midcentury modern architecture...

New Exhibition on Housing in the Netherlands Proposes Solutions to High-Density, Multi-Family Residential Dilemmas

As the seasons change this week, a new exhibition opens at the University of Minnesota that examines ways in which Dutch housing complexes are...