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Losing What's Left Of Shin'enkan

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Mar 12, 2013 01:08 AM
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by Eric last modified Mar 11, 2013

Zach M. recently visited the former site of Bruce Goff's masterpiece Shin'enkan (destroyed by arson in 1996) and discovered that there are now plot lines laid out for a new McMansion that will incorporate the remaining land, hill, and rubble. As stated by poet Robert Frost, "Nothing gold can stay." See what the home looked like before it burned here. Image copyright Zach M.




 

 

Shinenkan1Zach M. recently visited the former site of Bruce Goff's masterpiece Shin'enkan (destroyed by arson in 1996) and discovered that there are now plot lines laid out for a new McMansion that will incorporate the remaining land, hill, and rubble. As stated by poet Robert Frost, "Nothing gold can stay." See what the home looked like before it burned here.

Image copyright Zach M.

 

 

 
 
 

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