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Save the past. Enrich the future.
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Often, successful preservation depends on convincing people to look at old places in a new light. That's what the we did this fall when we lit up a National Treasure, the Miami Marine Stadium.

If you missed the original lighting, you can check it out the video recap in the link below.

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Just in time for your summer travels: Find Nautical Nourishment at These Boathouses-Turned-Restaurants.

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Star architects aren’t always known for wanting to share credit for their designs, but William Wurster insisted on making sure his staff and collaborators got credit for the work they did. Though he never became a household name, his residences continue to resonate in today’s design community.

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For the +NationalParkService's Centennial, we are joining with +American Express and +National Geographic  for Partners in Preservation: National Parks to award $2 MILLION in grants to Park sites in need of preservation.

Go to http://VoteYourPark.org daily through July 5 and vote for the five parks you want to see receive a share of funding for a preservation project. After voting, enter a sweepstakes for a chance to win a trip for two to Yellowstone National Park, from National Geographic. Your vote can make a difference to the future of our parks! #VoteYourPark  

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Check out these train depots-turned-restaurants from Preservation magazine.

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[From the Archives] Save Our Saucer: The Fight to Protect a Space-Age Artifact in Hyattsville, Maryland.

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Ever wonder what life is like in a Midcentury Modern oasis? We did too so we took a look at the Cranfill Apartments in Austin, Texas.

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Planning your summer vacation? Take a look at these Post Office Restaurants That Deliver First-Class Menus.

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Preservation magazine sat down with musician-turned-blogger Moby to talk about his passion for architecture.

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Estonian-born architect Louis Kahn designed an estimated two dozen houses during his lifetime, nine of which were built in the Philadelphia area for private clients. Of these nine, all are still standing, some still owned by the original families. We wanted to get the lowdown on each of these houses, so we did some digging.
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