Vol. 29 No. 2
Overview Nouvel's Guthrie, St. Paul Prize, National Young Architect, Rapson Fellowship
Newsmakers Salmela and Mayo Woodlands, Scholars Walk, St. Louis Park town center
Endangered St. Paul's Head House and Sack House, once an integral part of the city's grain industry, are in need of adaptive reuse By Robert Roscoe
Interview Kathleen O'Brien, vice president of University Services, wants the University of Minnesota to be a benchmark for architectural design and facilities management By Camille LeFevre
Technology The automation of construction-site excavation and grading is plowing ahead with global-positioning-system technology By Phillip Glenn Koski, AIA
Talking Point Minnesotans should have the choice of whether to drive their cars or use regional transit By Bill Beyer, FAIA
Directory of Landscape Architecture Firms
Lost Minnesota Creek, Minneapolis By Jack El-Hai
2002 Honor Awards By Camille LeFevre
Modern Insertion James Ford Bell Technical Center, Golden Valley, MN; Hammel, Green and Abrahamson, Inc.
Agrarian Rhapsody 359 Day Road, St. Croix Falls, WI; Kerrik Wessel, Assoc. AIA
Divine Intervention Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, Milwaukee, WI; Hammel, Green and Abrahamson, Inc.
Crime Scene Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, Northern Services Center, Bemidji, MN; The Leonard Parker Associates
Staying Power Temporary Como Zoo Visitors Center, St. Paul, MN; Hammel, Green and Abrahamson, Inc.
A Simple Plan Two Popes Film, Minneapolis, MN; BKV Group, Inc.
Performance Architecture Circus Juventas Performance Lobby, St. Paul, MN; Locus Architecture, Ltd.
Rooftop OasesGreen roofs were long cultivated by Northern cultures for their thermal benefits and are now sprouting up as a
sustainable strategy that addresses aesthetic, energy and storm-water issues By Jane King Hession, Assoc. AIA
Alfresco Living Collaboration between client, architect and landscape architect results in a charming outdoor room By Barbara Knox
Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, Northern Services Center
Architect: The Leonard Parker Associates
Photographer: Paul Neuhaus, AIA