SALA Architects Inc
"Homes are where we stage our lives; the sets should celebrate the play."
SALA Architects, Inc. is an architectural design firm founded in 1983. The foundation of our firm has long been our residential work. Most of our
projects are new custom homes, retreats or alterations to existing homes. We also design non-residential projects when they are intended to possess the special qualities found in our residential work.
SALA Architects has focused on energy efficient and ecologically sensitive design for more than thirty years. We have built our reputation on the translation of client dreams into uniquely designed and artfully crafted homes that sit lightly on the land.
We have two offices located in the Minneapolis/St.Paul area of Minnesota, and employ more than 25 architectural professionals and support personnel. We design projects throughout the U.S. as well as abroad.
Architect Sarah Susanka, FAIA was part of the SALA team that designed the Life Dream House.
|Bryan Anderson||Wayne Branum||Paul Buum|
|Kelly R. Davis||Paul Hannan||Katherine Hillbrand|
|Jody McGuire||Michaela Mahdi||Joseph G. Metzler|
|Chris Meyer||Dale Mulfinger||Eric Oder|
|Timothy Old||Marc Sloot||David O’Brien Wagner|
Back to the Cabin: More Inspiration for the Classic American Getaway, by Dale Mulfinger, (Taunton, 2013).
Awards (partial list)
AIA Minnesota Young Architect Award
AIA Minnesota Honor Award
AIA Minnesota Home of the Month
2012 Wood Design Award
Trends Top 50 American Kitchen Award
ROMA (Remodeler of Merit Award)
Midwest Home Magazine 2012 Emerging Talent Award
Back to the Cabin: More Inspiration for the Classic American Getaway (Taunton, 2013), by Dale Mulfinger
Cabinology: A Handbook to your Private Hideaway (Taunton 2008), by Dale Mulfinger
The Getaway Home: Discovering Your Home Away from Home (Taunton, 2004), by Dale Mulfinger
The Cabin: Inspiration for the Classic American Getaway (Taunton, 2001), by Dale Mulfinger and Susan E. Davis
The Architecture of Edwin Lundie (Minnesota Historical Society Press, 1995), by Dale Mulfinger