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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.

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...
A semi-outdoor patio features a table and chairs, clerestory windows and large pocket doors with Phantom screens that look out onto a lake.

Preserving the Soul of a Lakeside Retreat

Third-generation owners preserve the soul of a beloved summer house, reinventing it for the future.

Designer Petra Blaisse Discusses the Transformation of the Wurtele Upper Garden at the Walker...

Dutch designer Petra Blaisse began her career as a curator (in applied arts at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam), became a freelance exhibition designer (earning...

Ramsey Hill House Tour 2017: “Treasures of Ramsey Hill”

 Ramsey Hill in St. Paul, an area bounded by Summit Avenue, Dale Street, I-94, and a line running north from the Cathedral of Saint Paul, is...

Indie film stars modernist architecture of Columbus, Indiana

It opens quietly, as a fashionably dressed woman roams through the famed Miller House—designed by Eero Saarinen, in Columbus, Indiana, calling out for her...

Jack Lenor Larsen joins celebrants in a retrospective of his legendary textile designs at...

Metaphors abound when design enthusiasts and textile aficionados begin rhapsodizing about the life and work of Jack Lenor Larsen. An article in the New...

“Native Gardens”: A Hilarious (and Harrowing) Play About Race, Class, Entitlement—and Gardening

We all have them: neighbors. Consequently, we all have neighbor stories—and most likely, neighbor disputes. Lights shining into windows; dogs barking too early, too...

Prefab weeHouses Preparing to Land on Rooftop at Lyn-Lake, Adding Density and Sustainability to...

News that Alchemy Architects’ weeHouses would soon appear in the Lyn-Lake neighborhood, on the roof of a building at 29th and Bryant, got us...

Local Lending: Minneapolis Lending Library Holds Summer Lending Event For Art Lovers to Borrow...

Artist: Robert Nicholl Title: 527 24th StreetThose of a certain age may recall the days when a tiny gallery housed on the fourth floor of...

PlansMatter Adds 18 New Properties to Its Array of Architect-Designed Vacation Rentals

In honor of Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th birthday, PlansMatter, an agency through which architecture aficionados (Yes! That’s us!) can rent the architect-designed homes of their...

Mia’s New Installations in Period Rooms Explore Colonialism and Cultural Appropriation

Mia is engaged in a bold experiment, especially within our current cultural climate. When the history and legacy of non-white communities are overlooked, under-researched,...