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Chicago's Late 19th Century Queen Anne Cottages Inspired
The Fall 2008 Traditional Building Design Challenge took place during the Traditional Building Exhibition and Conference in Chicago, September 19-20, 2008 at the Navy Pier.
The Fall 2008 Traditional Building Design Challenge focused on on a vacant lot at 1300 S. Heath, Chicago, IL. This location sits among three blocks of late 19th Century Queen Anne cottages, modeled after Chicago architect Normand S. Patton’s Claremont Cottages and is currently listed on Landmarks Illinois’ 2007 Chicagoland Watch List for endangered sites.
The project was to design and draw by-hand an infill new "old" house that could fit contextually into one of Chicago's most endangered historic neighborhoods with a lot size of 25' x 80'
Click below to view The 2008 Traditional Building Design Challenge Competitors results:
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