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Camille LeFevre

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.

Gingerbread Wonderland 2018 Is Populated with Baking Delights

In what is fast becoming a Minnesota holiday tradition, Norway House’s fourth annual Gingerbread Wonderland is preparing for yet another blockbuster event. Last year,...

Bachman’s is Mad for Plaid in 2018 Holiday Ideas House

Strolling through shops in search of seasonal home décor is a marvelous pastime, even if you’re not sure just where that sparkly object, vibrant...

“Rams” Film Screening at the Walker Art Center

Remember Helvetica? The acclaimed documentary on graphic design, typography—in particular, the typeface for which the film was named—and visual culture? Filmmaker Gary Hustwit launched...

American Craft Council Partners with Amazon Handmade for Holiday Pop-Up

Photos courtesy American Craft Council Shop local on Amazon? This holiday season you can! The champion of craft, the Minneapolis-based American Craft Council, has partnered...

LightHotel Moving Up North to New Off-Grid Getaway

Alchemy Architects’ innovative LightHotel, the one-room mobile hotel that’s been moving around the Twin Cities offering visitors a singular art/architecture experience, has been sold....

Coen+Partners Releases New “Contextual Minimalism” Book

Running into Shane Coen is always a delight. Sure, interviewing him for articles in Landscape Architecture or Midwest Home reveals new insights into his...
Two kinds of surfaces in this kitchen surround the range: butcher block, for cooking, and soapstone, for baking. Designed by Jacqueline Fortier Studio.

Period Pieces

Historic accents shine in a Queen Anne’s new kitchen
A reclaimed barn wood wall and floor-to-ceiling blackened steel fireplace add texture to the living room’s interiors while blending seamlessly with the views of surrounding mill buildings.

Room with an Obstructed View

A young millennial couple finds ideal modern living in the Mill District

Goldstein Museum of Design Debuts Three New Exhibitions

Now on view in the Goldstein Museum of Design’s (GMD) galleries are three exhibitions that explore several of the most relevant concerns in American...

Docomomo US/MN’s Minnesota Modern Tour Day 2018

Photos by Ben Clausen Where can you find the only Alcoa Aluminum Company home in Minnesota, built in 1958 as a marketing ploy to showcase...

Docomomo US National Symposium Highlights Iconic Architecture

In Minneapolis and St. Paul, it’s well-known that such pioneering industrialists as Dayton, Pillsbury, and Washburn (and later Cowles) not only drove the businesses...
Inside a room at the Lora Hotel in Stillwater, Minnesota.

Hello, Lora

Carved out of the limestone cliffs by the Minneapolis architecture and design firm ESG, Lora brings the hidden history of Stillwater—buried within rock, concrete, and centuries of folklore—vibrantly into the present.