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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.

Minneapolis Sculpture Garden Set to Reopen After Controversy Over Sam Durant Sculpture “Scaffold”

“It’s a different era,” said Tom Oslund, landscape architect and founder of oslund.and.assoc., several weeks ago. We were standing on top of the Walker...

Sleep Tight and Live Light by Renting LightHotel for a Night

Is it an RV? A camper cabin? An accessory dwelling unit? A tiny house? A mobile hotel room? A ultra-modern tiny house? Geoff Warner’s...

Sleep Tight and Live Light by Renting LightHotel for a Night

Is it an RV? A camper cabin? An accessory dwelling unit? A tiny house? A mobile hotel room? A ultra-modern tiny house? Geoff Warner’s...

Wright This Way: Wisconsin’s Frank Lloyd Wright Trail Guides Travelers to Nine Public and...

Travelers and Wright enthusiasts can add Wingspread (Racine), Burnham American System Built Homes (Milwaukee) and the First Unitarian Society Meeting House (Madison) to their must-see list.
A portrait of Neal Calvin Peterson sitting next to Eros at the Minneapolis Institute of Art.

Neal Peterson and Moooi Carpets Team Up for Mandala Rug Collection

Neal Peterson and Moooi Carpets have teamed up to turn Peterson's mandala collages representing cities around the world into circular, cotton rugs.
Walker Art Center Minneapolis Sculpture Garden Spoonbridge And Cherry

Minneapolis Sculpture Garden Reopens

The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden at the Walker Art Center reopens with an 19-acre expansion including, a native-plant meadow, more than 300 trees and more.

From Condemned to Completely Refurbished: A Clarence H. Johnston Mansion on Summit Avenue Receives...

One of St. Paul’s most spectacular avenues is no longer punctuated by the dilapidated, condemned Clarence H. Johnston-designed home at 701 Summit Avenue. The...

Artists and Home Goods Artisans of The North Celebrated in Show at Light Grey...

The idea of rebranding the Upper Midwest as The North began gaining traction back in 2014, after Eric Dayton—co-owner of Askov Finlayson and Bachelor...

Get Remodeling Inspiration at Minneapolis-St. Paul Home Tour

This weekend, at 52 locations throughout the Twin Cities, homeowners are opening up their residences for anyone to visit—and acquire inspiration, insights and information...

Frego Containers in Environmentally Safe, Colorful Designs

In 2010, Juhi Gupta of Eden Prairie decided she’d had enough—with plastic containers that leach toxic chemicals when heated in the microwave, with glass...

Mia’s Art in Bloom Fills the Galleries with Scent and Sensation

A floral-themed fashion show; the celebration of the lowly carnation; and lecture-demonstrations on paper flowers, Tuscan gardens, and finding inspiration in the art of botanical drawing—those are just single petals on the bountiful bloom soon to burst at Mia (Minneapolis Institute of Art).

Beadle Mania: A Minnesota Native and Maverick of Modernism Is Celebrated During Phoenix Modern...

They’re affectionately called Beadle boxes because of their extremely simple box-shaped forms, sometimes set on raised platforms, with steel frames, flat roofs, concrete-block detailing and open-air carports. What many Beadle aficionados didn't know, however, was that the architect got his start in Minnesota.