Brick and Stone: Architecture and Preservation

meow_wolfWhat happened to the family that lived in this Victorian house? They’re gone… Find out if you can. This is the House of Eternal Return. Actually, this is the Meow Wolf experience; and you will have quite a memorable experience, indeed. Just go with it…and crawl through the fireplace.

Okay… This is supposed to be a blog about architecture and preservation so the hook and handle on this post is about adaptive reuse of a vacant 20,000 square foot bowling alley in Santa Fe, New Mexico. That’s the connection to architecture… repurposing a large vacant space and turning it into an interactive and experiential art and performance space. This is very hard to describe without being a spoiler. It’s not a Halloween funhouse – it’s a journey through imagination and parallel realities. I’ll post a few pictures below but I really don’t want to give away too much information…

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