Adapting Vernacular

Modern Living in a Historic Resource:
An Investigation in Adapting Vernacular “Freedman’s Cottages” for the 21st Century (2012)
Student scholar presentation delivered to the 2012 APT Charleston Conference. The presentation focused on the significance of a vernacular building type found throughout Charleston, South Carolina’s working-class neighborhoods and its adaptability into modern efficient housing.

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159 Romney Street, before and during rehabilitation

79 Line Street, before and after rehabilitation

79 Line Street, before and after rehabilitation

266 Ashley Avenue, before and after rehabilitation

266 Ashley Avenue, before and after rehabilitation

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