The Magazine of AIA Minnesota
March - April 2001

Vol. 27 No. 2

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Endangered The case of the Winona Courthouse--once endangered, saved, now endangered again--shows how ongoing maintenance and public awareness are integral to preservation efforts By Robert Roscoe

Interview Eco-literacy, says Mary Guzowski, director of CALA's Daylighting Lab, needs to be an integral part of the CALA curriculum By Kevin Flynn, AIA

Practice While the architectural profession is becoming more savvy about sustainable design, roadblocks to green practice and projects still exist By Frank Jossi

Talking Point Honor Awards jurors and their selections don't always meet architects' expectations By Bill Beyer, FAIA

Lost Minnesota Japanese Tea Garden, Como Park, St. Paul By Jack El-Hai

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Honor Awards
On the Waterfront Hammel, Green and Abrahamson melds color, material and form in Duluth's engaging Great Lakes Aquarium By Camille LeFevre

Garage Logic Architectural Alliance slips two new public-works facilities into the urban fabric along Minneapolis's industrial edge
By Camille LeFevre

Home Office Hammel, Green and Abrahamson updates a Minneapolis office to reflect the employees' fast-paced, transient work style By Camille LeFevre

The Sustainable-Design Paradigm To create a greener built environment, American architects need to adopt the European's integrated, wholistic model of sustainable design By Stephan Tanner, AIA

Natural Balance Sarah Nettleton, AIA, renovates a North Shore cabin into a wholistic model of place-based, sustainable design By Camille LeFevre

Sustainable Learning Ecological living and learning merge in RSP Architects's new buildings for Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center By Joel Hoesktra

Urban Wild Close Landscape Architecture collaborates with a Minneapolis neighborhood to preserve a stretch of
Mississippi River gorge By Camille LeFevre