Menokin, the home of Francis Lightfoot Lee, has stood in ruins since the late 1960s. The Menokin Foundation has taken up the challenge of interpreting the hidden histories of the house, the people, and the land that once formed part of this plantation estate. This process includes the Glass House Project, a revolutionary treatment plan to stabilize the remaining house structure. Join Sam McKelvey, Executive Director of Menokin, and Jorge Silvetti, Principal at Machado Silvetti and lead designer of the Glass House Project and The Menokin Master Plan, as they describe the most engaging preservation project in America.|
Sam McKelvey, Executive Director, Menokin Foundation
Jorge Silvetti, Principle at MACHADO SILVETTI
Tarin Jones, Education Manager, The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design
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