Melissa Martyr-Wagner: A leader and a StrengthsFinder.
NewStudio Architecture, White Bear Lake, announced the promotion of Erin Grammas to senior associate, Brita Hauser, and Christopher Brenny to associates.
NewStudio Architecture, White Bear Lake, announced the promotion of Adam Jarvi to associate principal.
The St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals announced its 2018 YPro Discovered Gala award finalists: Adam Jarvi, NewStudio Architecture;...
St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce named Sarah Crumrine, Minnesota Council of Nonprofits; Adam Jarvi, NewStudio Architecture; Tené Morgan, Aeon; Miya Sharpe, 3M and Lindsay Weier, Minnesota Wild as Young Professional of the Year finalists.
Melissa Martyr-Wagner has been named to the Century College Foundation 2017-18 board of directors, serving a two-year term for the nonprofit organization based in White Bear Lake. She is currently the director of operations at NewStudio Architecture in White Bear Lake.
The first thing you notice when you visit the Twin Cities is that Minnesota nice isn’t just a stereotype. People hold doors, they’re courteous and polite and everyone hopes you have a nice day.
Water levels in White Bear Lake are rising.
"Winter Sunrise on White Bear Lake" By Adam Jarvi; Honorable Mention, Wildlife and Nature
A material is nothing without a process.
This jury consists of design professionals representing a wide range of experience within the practice of architecture and due to the success from last year’s winners we again have two distinct juries.
Philadelphia’s Charter High School for Architecture and Design forged a new kind of design-based curriculum in public schools when it opened more than a decade ago. Is the experiment working?
Marking the trailhead of a Wildlife Refuge next to the Minnesota River, the new Rapids Lake Education and Visitor Center constantly reinforces the natural beauty of its surroundings through strategically placed openings framing the landscape.
A collaborative approach to sustainable building at LJ’s sixth Design Institute, in Dallas
In the architecture, engineering and construction industry there are practical problems to defining environmental success with energy codes. It is assumed that energy conservation codes are designed to protect the environment and reduce energy consumption. By following energy codes, owners, designers and politicians believe they are reducing air pollution and energy demand. Yet, consumption continues to rise.
"[Parent Melissa] Martyr-Wagner said. 'I knew what I wanted for my child, and the district couldn't offer it. And when someone's convinced at what they want for their child, they'll work pretty hard to get it.'