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.
Recipient of the prestigious AIA Minnesota Firm Award, Perkins and Will’s Minneapolis studio is changing its approach to design, process, and practice as if its future—and perhaps the profession’s—depends on it
An interview with LHB CEO Rick Carter, FAIA, on ways to reduce the energy footprint of building projects and move the buildings toward the regenerative end of the of the 21st Century Development matrix
Architecture MN marks the centennial of the death of Emmanuel L. Masqueray with the story of how the French architect came to design the Cathedral of St. Paul and the Basilica of St. Mary at nearly the same time
For humans, walkable neighborhoods and commercial hubs reward strolling with varied architecture, safe street crossings, and a mix of things to do and see on foot. For dogs, there is a much larger world of scent. Can our canine companions guide us to a richer walking experience?
The planning of the Commons, a two-block park in downtown Minneapolis, has captured the attention of the Twin Cities. What level of input should the public expect to have? And at what stage of the project would public input have the most impact?