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Midwestern Modernist Firm Integrates Local Culture Into its Design Work

By the time Residential Architect profiled him in our July 2005 issue, David Salmela, FAIA, had already achieved national respect for his sensitive regional modernism. Since then, rather than rest on his laurels, the Duluth, Minn.-based Salmela has continued to evolve as an architect. More

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2012 Evergreen Award Winning Firm: Ross Barney Architects

A Q&A with the firm behind the James I. Swenson Civil Engineering Building at the... More

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2012 Evergreen Award Winning Firm: Ross Barney Architects

A Q&A with the firm behind the James I. Swenson Civil Engineering Building at the... More

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The 2012 Evergreen Awards: James I. Swenson Civil Engineering Building

The engineering building at the University of Minnesota, Duluth, won over the 2012 Evergreen Awards judges in the New Construction category with its water-management strategies. More

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The 2012 Evergreen Awards: James I. Swenson Civil Engineering Building

The engineering building at the University of Minnesota, Duluth, won over the 2012... More

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The Original Sports Bar

Sports celebs opening restaurants is nothing new. In 1929, there was the Naniboujou Lodge. More

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2012 AIA COTE Top Ten Green Project: University Classroom Building

A LEED Platinum–certified classroom building in a nature preserve in Duluth, Minn., designed by Salmela Architect, incorporates Passive Haus design strategies to meet performance goals. More

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2012 AIA COTE Top Ten Green Project: University Classroom Building

A LEED Platinum–certified classroom building in a nature preserve in Duluth, Minn.... More

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University of Minnesota Duluth, Civil Engineering Building

2011 Annual Design Review: Grow: Citation More

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