Marc Asmus is a registered architect living in St. Paul, Minnesota. After being a Founding partner in Yunker/Asmus Architecture, Inc. for twelve years, Marc established Marc Asmus Architects, Inc. in 2004. Later that year, Marc also became a founding partner of Hive modular, LLC with Paul Stankey and Bryan Meyer. Like Marc's former company, Marc Asmus Architects, Inc. is an architecture and interiors office With an emphasis on fine residential architecture. Hive Modular is a modern, modular home design and contracting company providing a line of prefabricated home designs. Hive modular specializes in diverse types of prefabricated construction, from modular to shipping containers to precast concrete
Marc holds an architecture degree from the University of Minnesota (1986). He has worked on a diverse range of commercial, institutional and residential projects with several firms and as a founding partner of Yunker/Asmus Architecture, Inc. Early, experimental work was produced as a founding partner in AnArch, a, collaborative architecture and public art studio. Marc has collaborated with other public artists on several large-scale works, including projects with artists Richard Posner and Cliff Garten.
Marc's work has focused on thoughtful projects with attention to fine detail and has been published in Metropolitan Home, Renovation Style, Progressive Architecture, Midwest Home and Design, and Architecture Minnesota. Awards include Minnesota AIA Honor Awards for the Pillsbury Conservatory, General Mills Employee Recognition Court and Cowles Farmhouse while at MS&R architects (1988-1992) and for the YA office building and Windsong Farms Golf Club while at Yunker/Asmus Architecture (2002, 2005). Marc Also received a Minnesota Brick Institute Award for the Woodhill Country Club Poolhouse (1996).