Design Within Reach is returning to the Twin Cities in a big way.
Though it is the replacement for a beloved community pool, it is only a coincidence that Anthropologie & Co. chose its new Westport store as the first nationally to sell women’s swimwear, which had been sold only online.
You know that Bedford Square Building and Firehouse at 59 Post Road East in Westport that’s been under construction for a while? Well, it’s finally coming to fruition.
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.
Minnesota has a vibrant art scene with world class museums, theater and live music in every direction and artist galleries and studios in almost every corner. In addition to this, residents have learned to embrace the winter and find creative ways to enjoy the season.
Using white-painted steel and colorful string for its latest art shanty entry called “String Box Shanty,” NewStudio Architecture is encouraging hands-on interaction with its design during the Art Shanty Projects On-Ice Program, weekends February 4 to 26 on White Bear Lake, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Visitors to the Art Shanty Projects interact with the String Box Shanty, sponsored by White Bear Lake-based NewStudio Architecture on Sunday, Feb. 5.
Outlet here will be third Urban Outfitters affiliate
Living plant walls can introduce a powerful design element into homes, offices, studios—any space.
Anthropologie, an international clothing and home-décor brand owned by Urban Outfitters (UO), evokes a charming, spirited and fresh personality.
Water levels in White Bear Lake are rising.
The state of the art facility has over 1-million square feet of space.
Here’s one way to get the word out that you’re hiring.
Terrain, with it's high ceilings, lush greenery, and colorful displays, has served as my design refuge on many occasions throughout this snowy season.
Anthropologie, purveyor of pretty clothes and twee home products, recently opened its fifth Toronto outlet inside a 19th-century church on Queen West.