Awards
Star Tribune Home of the Month - Everwood 2021

Star Tribune Home of the Month in conjunction with AIA Minnesota

Summer 2021
Everwood Farmstead, Glenwood City WI

At an arts center set on a historic farmstead in Wisconsin's Driftless Area, the caretakers requested a modest house set between the public parking area and the woods. The new home, which sits quietly within the landscape, takes cues from the historic buildings around it. Windows frame the old barn, the forest and fields like art. Wood sourced from the farm adds warmth to the clean, modern interior.

Mpls. St. Paul Home & Design Magazine RAVE Awards - Everwood 2020

Mpls. St. Paul Home & Design Magazine Rave Award

Fall 2020
Everwood Farmstead, Glenwood City WI

The clean-lined yet comfortable result—with interiors painted white and filled with warm wood floors and architecture details—befits the countryside as much as the collection of art. “A clear linear organization and massing of this home celebrate the agrarian heritage of the site,” one judge said. Another noted that the home’s orientation and play “follow sound passive solar principles, which will help with the energy performance of the home.”

ASLA Minnesota Honor Award - Twin Lake 2017

ASLA Minnesota Honor Award Residential Design Award

Summer 2017
Twin Lake Terraces, St. Louis Park MN

"The jury commented that the detailing respects and enhances the style of the home, creating a landscape that seems as if it has always been there, and that the design geometry is perfect, with pavement joints, walls, custom furniture all aligning on a grid determined by the home's geometry. This project was praised by the jury for its stunning graphics, photos, and design details. They lauded the incredible detail that went into the journey of water through the project and felt the design team had a very commendable approach and implementation."

AIA Minnesota Honor Award - Nordic Light 2015

AIA MINNESOTA HONOR AWARD

Fall 2015
Nordic Light, St. Paul MN

“With houses you often say, ‘Oh, I’ve seen this before.’ But not with this one. The ideas and the execution in this project are fresh.”

“Too often, designers think, ‘Oh, I need a handrail, and that should be a different material or have a different expression.’ Here, the architect and the owners came up with a limited set of materials and details, and then they deployed them.”

AIA National Young Architect Award - John Dwyer 2013
ASLA Minnesota Honor Award - Three Ponds Residence 2011

ASLA MInnesota Honor Award in Conjunction with Shelter Architecture

Fall 2011
Three Ponds Residence, Plymouth MN

Residential scale landscape architecture stormwater treatment design. The residential backyard is separated from the adjacent wetland by a sustainable stormwater treatment design called the "Greenline." The "Greenline" responsibly manages stormwater runoff to the wetlands while also framing the lawn and outdoor spaces.

PRESS
“Studios”, Architecture Minnesota, September 2016
“Architects Advocate”, Architects Advocate, 2016
“Scandinavian Design Theory”, Architect’s Newspaper, Camille Lefevre, September 2016