Curb's Ghost Houses Continue to Gain Attention

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Curb Resurrects Knoxville Ghost Houses as Elegant, Sustainable Homes

"One of 2012’s National AIA Small Project Award winning projects, the Ghost Houses by Curb, has struck a nerve in the architectural community; for many of America’s cities, regulations and zoning restrictions brought about by suburban sprawl and population growth have ultimately only made much needed re-urbanization and densification harder for architects. The Ghost Houses are a perfect example of what rebuilding downtown housing can look like..."

—Andrew Goodwin at inhabitat.com, Aug. 7, 2012, writing about Knoxville architectural firm Curb’s “resurrection” of two lost houses (and restoration of a third) on the corner of Gill and Stewart

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