When describing a house as a heritage building the thoughts of gable roofs, wood brackets and mullioned windows might come to mind, but here on the North Shore it’s a little different than you’d think.
It’s important to consider what truly defines our architectural heritage and what buildings are worth preserving and why. Modern architecture is still perceived as a new and contemporary movement even though its beginnings are almost a century old…
Posted by: Kevin Vallely, North Shore News
March 03, 2010