Blog - Landscape
We’re big believers that a house can promote well-being, and that dedicating space to relaxation – whether it’s a mediation room or just a quiet reading corner in a larger room – is important, not frivolous.
Going “up north” and “to the lake” might sound mystifyingly non-specific to outsiders, but any Minnesota native knows exactly what those phrases mean – and they mean a lot.
On October 13th Shelter’s own John Barbour presented the closing keynote lecture at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) South Dakota Convention. John compared the…
Yesterday special floating islands made with recycled materials were officially launched at Spring Lake in the Lowry Hill neighborhood of Minneapolis in an effort to actively clean that environment.