MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55408
Tommy Everson came to Peterssen/Keller Architecture with an educational focus on sustainability and urban design. His thesis project, “Bridgescape: Re-envisioning the Washington Avenue Bridge,”proposed a dynamic and inhabitable public space that would enhance the urban fabric of the University of Minnesota campus.
Prior to joining Peterssen/Keller, Tommy spent several summers as a residential drafting intern at Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity. In addition to teaching him building construction techniques and graphic standards, the experience reinforced for him the notion that good design doesn't have to be expensive or complex. Tommy is drawn to simple and elegant designs in all realms, from architecture and furniture to apparel and graphics. He believes that good design depends on, above all else, attention to detail and quality craftsmanship.
Tommy received a Master of Architecture and a B.A. in Architecture from the University of Minnesota. He was born and raised in the Twin Cities area and currently resides near the Uptown neighborhood. As a proud Minnesotan, he appreciates the changing seasons, enjoys spending time on the lakes, and embraces the long, cold winters. Tommy is an avid hockey player and disc golfer.