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Power: Reviving a Historic Building - The Todd Bolender Center for Dance & Creativity.
BNIM. McDowell, Stephen and Marlon Blackwell.
Power: Reviving a Historic Building - The Todd Bolender Center for Dance & Creativity.
The relocation of Kansas City Ballet involved careful preservation and adaptive reuse of the 52,000 square foot historic Power House at Kansas City's Union Station, a former coal-burning plant designed by Jarvis Hunt and completed in 1914. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 2004, the building sat abandoned from the 1970s until 2006. Power chronicles the story of the building's rehabilitation.

Category: Architecture, Monographs
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 120 pp
Publisher: ORO Editions.
Year: 2013
Publication Place: San Rafael,
ISBN: 9781941806159
Book Id: 94441

Price: $25.00
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