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APT NYC offered the best of Mid-century Modern!

Posted on Thursday, November 7, 2013 by Ilene Tyler, FAIA, FAPT, LEED AP - Principal and Director of Preservation, Quinn Evans Architects Comments (0)

Paper sessions and keynote speakers covered a wide range of topics, not necessarily Modern, but filled with ideas and case studies making the information applicable to work back home, in my case, in Michigan. Beyond the conference hotel, though, there was plenty to explore, from Times Square to the High Line to Harlem, and of course the incredible sites offered in the Field Sessions.


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