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France and Florida : two perspectives on the preservation of Modernist Architecture in comparison Tuesday May 1 • 6:30pm France and the United States have different views on heritage preservation. The conference will highlight the challenges of preserving historical buildings … Continue reading
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The collaboration between Friends of Miami Marine Stadium and DawnTown pushed the Marine Stadium into the international spotlight. The stadium is truly one of a kind and deserves to have a second chance. Below is a message from the Friends … Continue reading
Revival on the Horizon for Historic Miami Marine Stadium | News | Architectural Record. Click on the above link to read about the status on the Miami Marine Stadium where we are fortunate enough to receive a small, but important … Continue reading