Architecture

Architecture concerns function, structure, and beauty. Function determines the size and shape of spaces for human needs and the relationship of such spaces, one to the other. Structure is the enclosure of these spaces and their adaption in terms of color, materials, and mechanical controls for human habitation. Beauty is the quality that classifies a structure with architecture and which gives pleasure to those about it.

-- Architect's Handbook of Professional Practice

Firm

Good Architecture is good business, good business sense. It's also good design. With over 40 years of experience and a wide network of business consultants and collaborators, Rolf Lokensgard Architecture is dedicated to good design and building technology through creativity, economy, and spirit.  Rolf Lokensgard, AIA is a graduate of the University of Minnesota College of Architecture, is certified by the National Council of Architectural

Registration Boards, Minnesota Licensed Architect and Certified Interior Designer, and member of the American Institute of Architects.