A collaborative venture between AIA Minnesota and the Star Tribune, the Home of the Month program seeks to support a growing residential architecture community and educate the public regarding the benefits and value an architect brings to the building process; the diverse housing design choices open to homeowners; and the many possibilities of project scope and price range in which architects work with homeowner clients.
Each year since 2002, 12 residential projects have been selected from among a pool of submissions to be featured once a month in the Star Tribune’s Sunday Homes section. The featured projects are evaluated by a jury of peers and selected according to how well a project encourages a sense of place; how the finished work represents the homeowner’s vision of home; and how it responds to its surrounding context.
2015 Call for Entry
Submission deadline: Friday, March 27, 2015
AIA Minnesota is now accepting submissions for the 2015 Home of the Month program.
Entries will be reviewed by a selection jury on Tuesday, April 21, and the selected projects will be announced at an evening event open to AIA Minnesota members and the general public.
Call for Entry (pdf)
2014 Home of the Month Selections
On April 24, a selection jury gathered to select the 2014-2015 Home of the Month projects. The jury included John Vetter, AIA, Vetter Denk Architects; Tom Hysell, AIA, Principal, Architectural Alliance + 20 Below; Marcy Schulte, AIA, Design Director, Gensler; and Kim Palmer, Editor, Star Tribune.
Download the press release.