Tuesday, May 6, 2014

The NOLA Bungalow Debate

In 1913, New Orleans architects Nathaniel C. Curtis, Sr. (1881-1953) and Morgan D.E. Hite (1882-1959) debated regarding the suitability of bungalow architecture to New Orleans. Curtis argued that the New England colonial style worked best for the region, while Hite championed the bungalow. Read excerpts from their Times-Picayune opinion pieces here.

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