Metro Transit recently launched its first free mobile app; more features will be added to it this year, including enhanced and advanced trip planning.
Woonerfs are catching on in cities across Europe, as well as in Seattle and in Minneapolis.
The proposed Village Green Development, an 18-story apartment complex, would include 22 percent micro apartments.
“We need a new narrative,” says U of M College of Design Dean Tom Fisher. Or perhaps a new brand.
What are the amenities needed to support a dense urban environment? The answers go beyond nightlife and restaurants.
Here’s a sneak peek at the Boyce-Olson Home, the Tiny Diner and the Habitat for Humanity Net Zero Home.
Museums across the Twin Cities are re-thinking traditional museum practices, to attract and increase engagement with untapped audiences.
The cofounder of the social news site reddit is the author of “Without Their Permission: How the 21st Century Will Be Made Not Managed.”
“The key thing that people remember about Sage is that she was an artist,” says the Walker Art Center’s Philip Bither.
“So many people think premium vodka has to come from Europe,” Ervin says. “It doesn’t. Some of the best ingredients are grown right here in the Midwest.”
Come next autumn, when Galtier reopens, the school “is going to be a magnetic place,” says Kate Wilcox-Harris, who describes the initiative as transformative.
His practice is based on urban-planning principles that marry modern architecture’s spirit and invention with a profound understanding of history, urban evolution, and context.
A slew of new breweries have built out spaces in which patrons can sip and sample while observing the brewing process.
In three years, since Remes founded First & First, he’s transformed several downtrodden sites in Minneapolis into creative hubs for work and play.
For artist/gallerist Pete Driessen and the theater artists of Off-Leash Area, turning their garages into art spaces provided opportunities for innovation, experimentation and freedom.
Daniel Yudchitz decided to design and build a small, low-cost, energy-efficient house in St. Paul’s Rondo neighborhood. Then came the banks.
The Structures for Inclusion program focused on the presentation of the SEED Awards, which celebrate excellence in social, economic, and environmental design.
When Heather and Brent Fredrickson bought a modernist house in a historic Saint Paul neighborhood, they remodeled, adding a 21st-century environmental ethic to the home.
When Uri Sands and Toni Pierce-Sands decided to establish a multicultural dance school, they put it along the Central Corridor in the heart of the city.
Far from simply decorating the light-rail route, St. Paul’s Central Corridor Public Art Plan is redefining art in the public sphere.