Join us to hear a detailed account of salvaging and restoring Glenbrow, the once-endangered Usonian property located on East Broad Street near Blacklick, from the hands-on preservationists who did it all.
Designed for the Gunning Family in 1940, the buildings on site were vacant, deteriorated and threatened with redevelopment until Dorri Steinhoff and Joe Kuspan made the commitment to rehabilitate. See before and after photos that bring the story to life and learn about the designers Tony Smith, Ted Van Fossen and Lawrence Cuneo -- all Frank Lloyd Wright disciples -- as well as the Gunning Family for whom Glenbrow was created.
Sunday, October 1
Coffee and cookies will be served
Long Street Studio in the Gathering Room, 300 East Long Street, corner of North 6th and East Long Streets (behind The Roosevelt Coffeehouse)