Friday, January 10, 2014

Virgin Atlantic Swoons over Durham's Adaptive Reuse

"Exploring the urban South doesn’t usually include stunning examples of Adaptive Reuse Architecture, a practice built on the reuse and repurposing of a building or site while retaining a large portion of the original look and feel, but Durham, North Carolina, stands as an example of how a city can honour its industrial past while retaining the energy and vibrancy of a younger city."

"Durham Tobacco Houses Reimagined," Jason Frye, Virgin Atlantic

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