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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.

University of Minnesota Student Creates a Recycled-Wood Cakestand

University of Minnesota student creates a pretty pastry platform.

Lake Minnetonka Home is Fit for a Modern Family

Rehkamp Larson Architects and Brooke Voss create a sleek loft-inspired home on the lake.

Trends: Accessory Dwelling Units

Learn how families are adding more space for multigenerational living.

Award-Winning Architects, 2015

Dale Mulfinger and Michael Roehr win the 2015 Best Architect awards.

Michael Roehr Wins the 2015 Emerging Talent Award

An unorthodox path led to emerging talent Michael Roehl's fresh perspective.

Dale Mulfinger Wins the 2015 Architect of Distinction Award

Dale Mulfinger, teacher, mentor, and cabinologist, wins the 2015 Architect of Distinction Award.

Meet Chris Strom, AIA MN’s Winner of the 2014 Emerging Talent Award

For Chris Strom of Tea2 Architects, and winner of the 2014 AIA MN Emerging Talent award, view and daylight are the starting points for every residential project.

Katherine Hillbrand of Sala Architects Wins the 2014 AIA MN Architect of Distinction Award

Katherine Hillbrand of Sala Architects, and this year’s recipient of the AIA MN 2014 Architect of Distinction award, is captivated with the Scandinavian concept of “useful beauty."