A floral-themed fashion show; the celebration of the lowly carnation; and lecture-demonstrations on paper flowers, Tuscan gardens, and finding inspiration in the art of botanical drawing—those are just single petals on the bountiful bloom soon to burst at Mia (Minneapolis Institute of Art).
They’re affectionately called Beadle boxes because of their extremely simple box-shaped forms, sometimes set on raised platforms, with steel frames, flat roofs, concrete-block detailing and open-air carports. What many Beadle aficionados didn’t know, however, was that the architect got his start in Minnesota.
The David Wright House in the bucolically named Phoenix suburb of Arcadia was dubbed “a modern castle in the air” when Frank Lloyd Wright finished the circular home in 1952 for his son and daughter-in-law.
A collection of midcentury homes receive a creative remodel to better fit the times and the lives of the people who live in them.
Christine Albertsson takes home American Institute of Architects (AIA) and Midwest Home’s 2017 Architect of Distinction award.
Jody McGuire takes home the 2017 Emerging Talent award presented by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) and Midwest Home.
A Q&A with Charlie Lazor on his architectural style and the completion of his first Stack House near Cedar Lake in Minneapolis.
Design Porn on Stage: Theater Latte Da’s Six Degrees of Separation Showcases Local Modern Art and Interiors
Theater Latte Da’s new production of playwright John Guare’s Six Degrees of Separation, playing through April 15 at the Ritz Theater in Northeast Minneapolis.
The galleries at Mia (Minneapolis Institute of Arts) have taken quite a turn lately—toward the spooky. The museum recently opened a new exhibition inspired by horror/sci-fi/fantasy filmmaker and collector Guillermo del Toro called “At Home with Monsters.”