A pair of Frank Lloyd Wright-designed cottages in Wilmette, Illinois have had a suspenseful story: threatened by demolition, preservationists swooped into save the homes. Then one was purchased for $1 on the condition it would be dismantled and cataloged for a move to a nearby town with just two weeks to do so. The new owner hopes to have the home rebuilt next year.
In other news, Billy Joel lists his Miami home and students share why interior designers are important. Check out the headlines after the jump.
• A Good Ol' Fashioned Tale of Architecture and Suspense: Saving A Pair of Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed Landmarks | Architizer
• Inside Songster Billy Joel's Med-Style Miami Beach Mansion | Curbed
• Call to Action | Metropolis Magazine
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