Preservation Round Up: Fall at Lincoln's Cottage, House Museums, Post-Katrina Homes

Posted on: October 27th, 2008 by Matt Ringelstetter

Change of the Season At the Soldiers' Home: Leaves are falling at President Lincoln's Cottage, revealing the stunning views into the city that President Lincoln once enjoyed. [President Lincoln's Cottage]

House Museums and Ultimate Use: Vince Michael reports from the National Preservation Conference on the annual Site Council meetings. [Time Tells]

Everhouse - A new Plan for post-Katrina Homes: Housing is still a major problem in the post-Katrina Gulf Coast. John Sawyer, a Boston-based builder, has proposed an affordable and efficient solution to the problem. [Innovation - The Christian Science Monitor]

The Supersurface of Architectural Diaspora: Pruned uses the recent planned movement of a church in China to discuss landscape history and changes to place and space. [Pruned]

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