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Camille LeFevre

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.
Khazana Caracoal Rug

Vibrant and Vital: Moroccan Travels + Textiles with Caracol Trading Co.

On Thursday, June 2, through Sunday, June 5, Khazana is branching out with a pop-up sale of Moroccan textiles in collaboration with Caracol Trading Co.
Fargo Laundry building

Former Fargo Commercial Laundry Transformed Into Spacious Home

Chris Hawley Architects' renovation embraces the building's old warehouse character.
Foster Art painting large

Foster Art Donates to Foster Care with Every Art Purchase

Foster Art also collaborates with public and private schools, art and community centers, and art institutions
Unique Features of Transformed Fishing Cabin

Study in White

An old Wisconsin fishing cabin gets a new life as a serene and happy retreat

Mill City Farmers Market Now Open, With New and Returning Makers of Home Goods

Spring has irrevocably arrived, along with one of our most looked-forward-to heralds of lush growth, fresh produce and blooming flora: Mill City Farmers Market.
Alchemy will debut the lightHouse, a prototype for a new kind of urban hotel and the next evolution of sustainable living

Mia’s Third Thursday in May Focuses on Sustainability, With Special Appearance by Alchemy Architects’...

On Thursday, May 19, the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) is dedicating its monthly Third Thursday event to sustainable living. During Mia’s Third Thursday: Art of Sustainability, visitors can make and take home a bamboo bee house modeled after the ones on the museum’s roof.
Lex Winger MidModMen Collage

MidModMen Celebrates Local Makers and Artists with Mid-Century Flair During Weekend Showcase

MidModMen are celebrating four of their favorites with a weekend event, MidModMakers Showcase 2016. The showcase includes a reception Friday evening from 5-8 p.m., and a chance to browse the artists’ work through Sunday, May 8, from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Dearly Beloved: Purple Passion Infuses Como Conservatory’s 2016 Summer Flower Show

Marjorie McNeely Conservatory’s Summer Flower Show in Como Park Zoo & Conservatory opens Saturday, April 30. And the star of the show? But of course: a new lily called “Purple Prince.”
Jean Coleman A Mill Lofts

2016 Minneapolis & Saint Paul Home Tour is “The Year of the View”

2016 Minneapolis & Saint Paul Home Tour is “The Year of the View”. View residences overlooking the Mississippi River in St. Paul, & the perches at the top of the A-Mill Artist Lofts with views of the Minneapolis skyline.
Art in Bloom 2015: Timeless Art & Fresh Flowers; Thursday April 30 - Sunday May 3, 2015; The 32nd year of Art in Bloom, a four-day festival of fresh floral arrangements and fine art, presented by the Friends of the Institute at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts.

Art in Bloom, Mia’s Annual Spring Fling, Flourishes

MIA’s 33rd Annual Art in Bloom—the four-day festival runs from Wednesday evening (that’s the gala) April 27 through Sunday, May 1—has welcomed in the Minnesota State Horticultural Society, which is celebrating its 150th anniversary, to create its own exhibition on the third floor of the Target Wing of the museum.
CopperSmith Artisan Range Hood in Kitchen

CopperSmith Quickly Expands Its Copper-Based Products Lines with Kitchen and Home Décor

CopperSmith Companies based in Golden Valley, with products ranging from copper sinks and tubs, range hoods and furnishings, tabletops and kitchen wares.
Bob Ganser at the Modern Farmhouse

Bob Ganser Wins 2016 Emerging Talent Award

Architect at MSR Design in Minneapolis wins for elegant solutions using simple materials.
Mark Larson Stands by the Staircase of the Buckeye Point Project

Mark Larson Wins 2016 Architect of Distinction Award

Cofounder of Rehkamp Larson Architects is recognized for his well-designed homes in a range of styles.
Cast Credenza by TandemMade

Minneapolis-based TandemMade Introduces Line of Customizable Products

The four new furniture designs celebrate artistry and hand craftsmanship.

Doings from the Design Trenches: “Design in 7: 7 Stories, 7 Minutes,” Now in...

Seven Twin Cities makers, architects, developers, retailers and other design-related luminaries present the inside scoop on their practices in seven minutes.

Matt Olson, Formerly of RO/LU, Launches New Studio to Examine the Art of Furniture...

Early this year, Matt Olson (formerly of the conceptual design and furniture studio RO/LU), opened a new venture. He calls it OOIEE, which stands for “The Office of Int.\Est.\Ext.”

“10 Homes That Changed America” Takes Viewers Into America’s Most Iconic Residences

“10 Homes That Changed America,” premiers Tuesday, April 5, on PBS as a three-part television and web series called "10 That Changed America".
Como Spring Flower Show inside the conservatory

Como Park’s Spring Flower Show Brings A Sunny Array to the Sunken Garden

The Como Park and Conservatory Spring Flower Show runs March 19-April 24. Show includes snapdragons, hydrangea, Asiatic lilies, Oriental lilies and more.

Mary Jo Hoffman’s STILL Lines Now at Target and West Elm

STILL by Mary Jo Hoffman features images from her blog in eight color-themed collections of sheets, shams, pillowcases, duvet covers, shower curtains, and art.

Wearable Architecture

Koonyai Studio designs jewelry inspired by architecture and sustainable materials that make buildings possible.