Connie Lindor & Scott Muellner
We met in architecture school, and have been obsessing about design ever since. We believe good design can inspire and improve life in both small and large ways. The more we elevate the importance of design, the better our lives (and the world) will be.
When we plan our travel, we search for places to stay that are well designed and authentic. Places that will elevate our experience beyond keeping us warm and dry. Places that have architectural intention and a story to tell. Our goal is to make these places easily available for people to experience on their own.
We created PlansMatter as a place for guests who value exceptional design to find and connect with hosts who have invested in extraordinary architecture.
PlansMatter. Love architecture.
Operations + Marketing Director
Crystal’s appreciation for contemporary art and architecture was sparked at her Walker Art Center tenure during their Herzog & de Meuron designed expansion and renovation. Crystal loves getting the details right on design oriented projects almost as much as going to a good reggae show.
Her background in art, architecture and technology environments makes her perfect for her role at PlansMatter, where she does everything from managing the website, to researching potential properties and area-specific regulations, to coordinating the listing and booking process with hosts and guests.
She gets stuff done.
Julie Snow has garnered national recognition as both a practitioner and academic. Julie founded Julie Snow Architects, now Snow Kreilich Architects, in 1995 and has taught architecture at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard, the University of Southern California, and the University of Minnesota College of Design. She has lectured at the Walker Art Center, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the National Building Museum, as well as making keynote addresses at several AIA conferences across the country.
Andrew Blauvelt is Director of the Cranbrook Art Museum. He previously served as Senior Curator of Architecture and Design at the Walker Art Center. Andrew has organized numerous traveling exhibitions on modern and contemporary architecture, landscape architecture, graphic, and product design. As a practicing communications designer for print and screen, his projects have received nearly 100 awards and have been published and exhibited in North America, Europe, and Asia, including the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York; Axis Gallery, Tokyo; and the Design Museum, London. Recent recognition includes a National Design Award for Institutional and Corporate Achievement from the Cooper-Hewitt and Best Museum Website from Museums and the Web. Andrew’s essays about design and culture have appeared in numerous academic journals, magazines, and publications.