Seven Award Recipients Honored
Following the conviction of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd, there is much to be grateful for. But there is little in the way of celebration or relief; nor should there be. There is no justice to be found when someone is murdered; only accountability. There are more funerals to be held and more trials […]
The shooting rampage that killed six women of Asian descent in Atlanta last week. 2020’s 150% increase in documented hate crimes against Asian-Americans in major U.S. cities. And, just this past Friday here in St. Paul, children and a grandfather of Hmong descent being subjected to racist comments while waiting for the school bus. This […]
Two Minnesota Architects Receive the 2021 AIA Young Architects Award
People matter more than buildings. This must always be so. As the trials of former Minneapolis police officers begin and buildings across the Twin Cities are boarded up, the elected leaders and staff who serve the American Institute of Architects Minnesota recognize the acute anxiety that marks this time in history. We are particularly holding in […]
Four Minnesota architects elevated to the College of Fellows
AIA Minnesota Announces Seven 2020 Honor Award Recipients and Three 2020 Commendation for Excellence in a Single Framework for Design Excellence Measure Recipients
The final edition celebrates the most recent era of the magazine with a selection of articles and article excerpts from past issues that takes readers around the state for stories, interviews, spotlights, and insights with timeless appeal. Plus: Where we're going next.
Architecture MN is at the end of its run, and what a great run it’s been. What’s next is ENTER, the digital weekly and annual print publication that will replace Architecture MN starting in January 2021.
Two Ralph Rapson–designed buildings are renewed, and Minnesota architects help renovate the iconic U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Chapel. Plus: The 10 AIA COTE Top Ten winners designed in Minnesota, and an interview with Forest Stewardship Council US president Corey Brinkema.