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Home Preservation Workshop Offered at Historical Museum

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  • Local architects Kirsten Kingsley and Keith Ginnodo share their knowledge and love of preserving the architectural heritage of homes and structures.

      Local architects Kirsten Kingsley and Keith Ginnodo share their knowledge and love of preserving the architectural heritage of homes and structures.
    Photo from Daily Herald archives. Published 6/6/2009.

 
Teri Ozawa

What are the important architectural features on an older house? What should be repaired rather than replaced? This program looks at importance of taking a preservation approach in our homes and neighborhoods. It also highlights some common preservation blunders. KINGSLEY + GINNODO ARCHITECTS will help you discover the architectural hidden treasures of your home.

Home Preservation is Tuesday, April 16, 7:00-8:30 p.m. at the Arlington Heights Historical Museum, 110 W. Fremont. Fee is $25, you may register online at ahmuseum.org or in person at any Arlington Heights Park District registration office.

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Kirsten Kingsley and Keith Ginnodo have provided architectural and administrative services on projects ranging in complexity and cost from neighborhood porches, to the restoration of Frank Lloyd Wright's Wingspread, to a sixteen story luxury condominium in the Gold Coast of Chicago.

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