Welcome to our Weblog experiment that introduces Michael Huber Architects to the Social Media world.  We are an innovative architectural firm located in the Minneapolis, St. Paul area. Join us as we learn how to post, tweet and video-blog while discussing our thoughts on design and related topics.  We invite everyone to participate in the process by viewing, reading and commenting.


Hudson Modern – Part 2

We have a concept! A quick video where we meet with the team and discuss the design direction. Take a look!


Whispering Pines 3

A little video showing some of the interior ideas!


Whispering Pines – Part 2

The concept is coming along! Today we look at the updated plans and exterior forms.


County Park Group Camp – Done!

We had designed a Master Plan for a county park which included several camping areas for tents, RVs and even camper cabins. Today we do a final walk-through of the group camp. Take a look!


Pike Lake Cabin – Part 3

Finished! Well almost… Today my wife and I toured this fun and quirky cabin. We designed the cabin and areas of interior design opportunities for the Owner – who took it and ran with it! So fun and I hope you enjoy the video update!


Hudson Modern – Part One

This will be a fun and interesting project. Built in 1947, it has sadly been abandoned for the last handful of years. Hopefully we can bring back its former glory!


Modern Farmstead – Part Two

Today we visit the site! Modifications were made and the home was staked. Check out the video update!


Whispering Pines – Part 1

New project! We are beginning the design of a new home and in this video we show the initial steps in the process. Take a look!


Modern Farmstead – Part One

New project! Well actually, we have been working on this for several months… So I am packing a lot in this video to bring you up to speed. Take a look!


Carriage House – Part 2

Under construction! After COVID and other delays, the carriage house is shaping up. Check out the progress!


Pike Lake Cabin – Part Two

I wanted to do a quick video showing a basic interior model that helps the Owner (and us!) understand the spaces and volumes. Take a look!