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Grange Hall Set For Preservation

Grange Hall Set For Preservation

The Journal Tribune has an article about a Grange hall that will see its chance to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  As the article describes of…

Smaller Is Better

Smaller Is Better

As we continue to follow the stories from around the country about the downsizing of homes, Dowser has a feature article on the tiny house and smaller home movement.  As…

Wright House Lands In Preservationists’ Hands

Wright House Lands In Preservationists’ Hands

From the Rockford Star – A story about a Frank Lloyd Wright home, The Laurent House.  It was a home built for a veteran in a wheel chair.  It was…

Not So Big Showhouse Opens

Not So Big Showhouse Opens

Sarah Susanka’s latest project in Libertyville, IL, that we have discussed numerous times here on the Breakfast Nook, opens today for tours.  The home will be open for six months…

Art In The Kit Home

Art In The Kit Home

From the Washington Post comes a story about an art exhibit going on at the Greater Reston Arts Center that features a 1/4 sized model of a Sears Bungalow kit. …

The Robinson House

The Robinson House

The Greene and Greene brothers are most famous for the Gamble House in Pasadena, CA. However one of their other masterpieces, that is often overlooked, is the Robinson house. It…

Amarillo Transformation

I had the chance recently to see an incredible remodel in Amarillo, TX.  The conversion of a three story building in the downtown area into a residential addition is an…

Asheville Architect & A Green Bungalow

Asheville Architect & A Green Bungalow

This video describes a new construction project outside of Asheville, North Carolina that is designed in the Craftsman aesthetic.  The home received a Gold Level Healthy Home award for its…

A Staycation Bungalow

A Staycation Bungalow

From the Seattle Times comes an article about a renovation of a home in western Seattle.  The home, a craftsman bungalow that is owned by urban planner Melissa Evans, has…

Mayor Embraces School Street

Mayor Embraces School Street

We have discussed the School Street Project many times here at the Breakfast Nook.  We have interviewed Sarah Susanka about the Not So Big Idea House and have discussed the…

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