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Interview: Sadler & Whitehead Architects

The following is an edited discussion with Mimi Sadler and Camden Whitehead of Sadler & Whitehead Architects, a local firm specializing in historic preservation and adaptive reuse. 1,101 more words



The house has been called ‘picturesque eclectic,’ meaning its designer took a scroll from here and a fleur-de-lis from there and put everything together with romantic abandon. 54 more words



Hale House detail; Heritage Square Museum, Los Angeles



They took all the houses
Put ‘em in a house museum
And they charged the people
Ten dollars just to see ‘em

(Apologies to Joni Mitchell… 196 more words


Laurelhurst Booklets Shed Light on Early Days of Neighborhood

With October being Archives month, plus with all the interest in Laurelhurst these days (most notably the Markham House on NE 32nd and Glisan), we thought we’d share a couple of Laurelhurst real estate booklets from the Architectural Heritage Center library. 126 more words

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Evolution of Minnesota historic preservation law

Historic preservation law is a pretty young sub-set of real estate law.¬† Municipal historic preservation was not authorized in Minnesota until 1971. ¬†Here’s how things have changed. 958 more words

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USC Physical Education Building

Our masons are hard at work repairing a severely damaged screen wall while our abatement crew removes all the lead paint and asbestos at the pool windows at the University of Southern California’s historic Physical Education building. 44 more words

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