Preservation Roundup: Nature and Public Art, Preservation Qunicy

Posted on: May 18th, 2009 by Matt Ringelstetter

Highlighting Nature in the City Via Public Art: San Francisco, Houston, and Indianapolis evoke and even incorporate the nature that surrounds them. [Next American City]

Preservation Week in Quincy, Illinois: Vince Michael from Time Tells on why Quincy is a great city for preservation. [Time Tells]

The Perils of 401 King William, San Antonio: Villa Finale--the newest National Trust Historic Site--continues its tale of t401 King William Street. [Villa Finale]

New Lincoln Pennies: [President Lincoln's Cottage]

The Tide Pool of Saint Malo: Chicago's bid for the 2016 Olympics features a new proposal for a unique auquatic center. Pruned looks at both this design, and an older tide pool in Brittany, France. [Pruned]

The House of Memory and Automata: Chateau northwest of Paris inhabited by wax figures and animatronic stand ins to act out scenes from fairy tales and to act out the family history of the chateau itself. [BLDGBLOG]

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