Category Archives: architecture

Preservation Louisville’s Top 10

Preservation Louisville has named Louisville’s “Top 10 Preservation Successes” and “Top 10 Endangered Historic Places.” Some of the successes are the U.S. Marine Hospital, Corbett’s Restaurant and the Henry Clay building. Endangered places include shotgun houses, the Park Hill district and the Iron Quarter.

Old Louisville Holiday House Tour tickets reduced

The 33nd Annual Old Louisville Holiday House Tour is selling tickets in July. Regular price is $25; on July 11 & 12, the tickets are $15. Purchase at the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum in St. James Ct. from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Call 718-2764 for more information.

21c reception and discussion with Shippingport architects

On Wednesday, May 27, 21c is hosting a reception and discussion to accompany their new exhibition “UK College of Design Proposals to Revitalize Shippingport, Louisville” (through June 8). The reception is at 5 p.m. and the discussion, with architects Gary Bates, Julien De Smedt, Jason Scroggin and Josh Prince Ramus, at 6 p.m. Visit www.21cmuseum.org for […]

Updates from the “Being Seen and Being Green” forum

The “Being Seen and Being Green” forum at the Speed Art Museum on Friday, April 17 had three speakers: Dan Jones of 21st Century Parks, U of L Provost Shirley Willihnganz and wHY principle architect Kulapat Yantrasast (wHY is doing the Speed’s expansion). Jones told the audience that 21st Century Parks (www.21parks.org) is “The finest […]