Cincinnati Hosting Symposium on Preserving Modern Architecture in the Midwest

Midwest
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
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Historic view of the Rauh House. (Courtesy Cincinnati Preservation Association)

Historic view of the Rauh House. (Courtesy Cincinnati Preservation Association)

Cincinnati’s 1938 Frederick and Harriet Rauh House by architect John Becker is a success story of preserving modern architecture. The house was nearly demolished for a McMansion several years ago, but the Cincinnati Preservation Association (CPA) initiated a restoration project in September 2011 and the revolutionary International Style abode is now complete after just over a year of renovation. The CPA will celebrate the renewal of the Rauh House by hosting a two-day symposium, “Preserving Modern Architecture,” taking place on April 24 and 25.

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