Farsnworth Flooded


AMNP [among others, I’m sure] was contacted last week by the National Trust for Historic Preservation regarding Mies van de Rohe’s Farnsworth House – which was recently damaged pretty seriously due to flooding from hurricane Ike [as I’m sure most of you have heard/read already].  The building is managed by Landmarks Illinois on behalf o the National Trust [the home’s actual owner], and they need help raising money to restore the home over the waters have receded.

Find out how you can help, here.


You can also help with other relief efforts through www.preservationnation.org

Posted: September 24th, 2008
at 10:00am by orangemenace

Categories: architecture,housing,news

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