Red threads through Gray Area

Last week, DesignPhiladelphia brought together design thinkers and practitioners for a discussion called “Gray Area: Provocations on the Future of Preservation.” The event, and the accompanying catalog, was designed to get people talking about historic preservation’s big questions: What is worth preserving and for whom? How can preservation be a catalyst? As the title suggests, the answer to those questions is a constant negotiation, interpreting a gray area. READ FULL STORY

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