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Photos by Corey GafferMark and Kate Hanson believe in practicing sustainability. Their commitment guides every facet of their lives—where they live, what they drive,...

A Residential Roofscape

Photos by Corey GafferSteffanie and Matt Musich had a wish list their city property wasn’t giving them, like solitude from bustling city life, and,...

2018 BLEND Award Winners Celebrated

The jury is in: The 2018 winners of BLEND Awards in Minneapolis and St. Paul have been announced at gatherings in both cities in...
The exterior of a home built by SALA Architects features a patio with the home's owners lounging on it.

Moving to a Simpler Life

Stephen and Annie Roche had two things in mind when they began looking for lake property: retirement and downsizing. Their kids had grown up and left the...

The Latest in Cabin Design Trends Sleek, Modern, and Minimalist

"Cabinologist," author, and architect Dale Mulfinger notes an increasing demand for modern sleek cabins, especially among young families.
Frank Lloyd Wright remodel by Braden Construction and SALA Architects

Find Design Inspiration at the Luxury Remodeling Tour

Midwest Home's 5th annual Luxury Remodeling Tour (June 2-3 & 9-10) promises high-end remodels around the Twin Cities, including a gourmet kitchen in Edina, updated vintage home in Excelsior, and a Frank Lloyd Wright renovation in Stillwater.
The after photo of a remodeled bathroom by Braden Construction/SALA Architects.

2018 Luxury Remodeling Tour: Braden Construction/SALA Architects

A remodeled bathroom in this Stillwater home features rift-cut oak cabinetry and woodwork scribed to stone

Eric Odor and Jackie Millea Take Home Midwest Home’s 2018 Architecture...

Eric Odor and Jackie Millea take home this year's awards.

Charmed by the Char: Is Shou Sugi Ban Getting Hot?

When an industrious young couple approached Jody McGuire (Midwest Home’s 2017 Emerging Talent) about designing a new project that would accommodate all of their...
The front cover of Dale Mulfinger's The Family Cabin book.

Dale Mulfinger’s The Family Cabin

Dale Mulfinger of SALA Architects showcases dozens of family compounds he has a deep affection for in his latest book, The Family Cabin.
A clean-lined and modern kitchen that features a center island, stainless steel appliances and light wood in both the flooring and ceiling.

Edina Home Transformed for a New Era

SALA Architects, Erotas Building Corp., Talla Skogmo and Keenan & Sveiven Landscape give an Edina home a modern update while still retaining its charm.
A sun room with walls made of glass looks out onto a lake surrounded by a forest as the sun sets.

AIA Minnesota Guide to Good Design 2017

Building or remodeling? Let the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Minnesota be your resource to achieve the home of your dreams.
A blue rambler features large bay windows, and a garage door made of non-transparent glass. A large front yard with trees and shrubs is in the foreground.

Midcentury Homes Get a Second Chance at Life

A collection of midcentury homes receive a creative remodel to better fit the times and the lives of the people who live in them.
Jody McGuire stands next to white table with a model homes place on top of it in the middle of an office.

2017 Emerging Talent: Jody McGuire

Jody McGuire takes home the 2017 Emerging Talent award presented by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and Midwest Home.

Master Suite Transformation

Simplicity guided this Minneapolis master suite's streamlined floor plan and calming redesign by SALA Architects.
Pine tree in front of deck and patio

The Japanese Way

Decades in the making, this St. Paul garden captures the subtle art of abstraction.

A Masterpiece on the Market

A timeless Mendota Heights home designed by Sarah Susanka and Michaela Mahady of SALA Architects is on the market for $1.975 million.
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Home Improvement 101: Bigger Isn’t Always Better

Reorganizing space and designing for efficiency without adding square footage is what architects do best.

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