Kerrik Wessel is a registered architect with the State of Minnesota with over 28 years of experience. He comes from a family of architects including his wife Heather Sexton, his dad Brian Wessel, his grandfather Hans Wessel and his great grandfather Brör Wessel who was a master builder from Sweden. He has been on the design team of many residential, educational and cultural projects. With his own firm, Kerrik has designed high quality, affordable and sustainable homes as well as the masterplan and buildings for a Swedish Village at Concordia Language Villages in Bemidji, Minnesota. All built projects have received awards and/or local press coverage. He has taught Architectural Design at Dunwoody College of Technology for several years and loves to travel with students and teach drawing by hand. He has recently developed a unique modular building system called Parasol Modular see www.parasolmodular.com.

University of Minnesota, Bachelor of Architecture, 1994

Lawrence University, Bachelor of Arts, Russian and Studio Arts, 1986