[Rocking Horse Farm, Fargo]
Story by Tracy Nicholson
Architecture & portraits photos by Dennis Krull, 5foot20 Design Studio
Aerial photos by Jared Eischen from Jared Eischen Cinematography
When Ken and Jan Promersberger first began developing Rocking Horse Farm's progressive farmstead concept four years ago, they set their sights on achieving an architectural standard that would benefit both the neighborhood's aesthetic and the homeowner's property value. Through a simple design review process of architectural brainstorming, every home is given a dose of character with customizable curb appeal. With every build, Rocking Horse Farm gifts homeowners the tools to take their design to the next level.
[Chris Hawley + Mike Dawson]
Story by Tracy Nicholson
Architectural photography by Scott Amundson
Portrait by Dan Francis Photography
Fargo Architect, Chris Hawley, has spent the last nine years building an architectural legacy with his name and talent on the line. Earlier this year, Hawley, along with his partner, Principal Designer Mike Dawson, made a thoughtful decision that would help the company continue to grow beyond its namesake. What was once Chris Hawley Architects, is now known as Craftwell, carrying on their impeccable reputation as a united team of far more than one.
[Inside the new Tellwell, Downtown Fargo]
Story by Katie Beedy
Photography by M.Schleif Photography
There is something about a campfire that inspires the best stories. Ancient civilizations congregated around open flames not just to cook their food, but to unleash their imaginations and pass on their histories. At summer camps, exchanging nightmare-inducing ghost stories over the campfire is considered a rite of passage. Maybe it’s the cover of darkness, the communal act of gathering twigs for kindling, or the hypnotizing dance of the flame itself—whatever the explanation, it’s undeniable that the most tantalizing tales emerge when we gather around a fire. If you're on the hunt for the ultimate storytellers in campfire-inspired culture, look no further than Tellwell's marketing agency in their new location at 1213 NP Avenue in Downtown Fargo.
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