AIA Minnesota and the Star Tribune are pleased to announce the 12 homes selected to be featured on the first Sunday of each month in the Homes section between June 2018 and May 2019.
AIA Minnesota and the Star Tribune developed this program to educate the public regarding the value of architect-led residential design; to showcase a range of project types, styles and budgets; and to support Minnesota's vibrant residential architecture community through increased exposure to a public audience.
The projects were selected from a competitive pool of entries by a panel of design professionals including Phillip Koski, AIA, Miller Dunwiddie Architecture; Meredith Hayes Gordon, AIA, HGA Architects & Engineers; and Nate Steuerwald, AIA, VJAA. Kim Palmer, an editor for the Star Tribune, also served on the selection panel.
The Home of the Month program is a collaborative venture between AIA Minnesota and the Star Tribune and is now in its sixteenth year.
The twelve projects are:
- "Sisunkoto"; Newland Architecture
- A Crafted Addition; TEA2 Architects
- Calhoun Parkway Residence; Peterssen/Keller Architecture
- Clearings; Citydeskstudio, Inc.
- Crystal Bay Retreat; SALA Architects
- Granary House; Rehkamp Larson Architects
- Marigold; SALA Architects
- Woodland House; ALTUS Architecture + Design
- North Hill House; Imprint Architecture and Design
- Shadow Box; SALA Architects
- Single [Level] and Ready to Mingle; Christopher Strom Architects
- Upton Revived; Rehkamp Larson Architects