Demolition digest: A Venturi Scott Brown house, a Vermont church and landscape, and other (potentially) razed buildings

A quirky residence in Pittsburgh designed by Venturi Scott Brown, a historic block in Columbus, Indiana ravaged by a fire last month, and a regional theater in Cleveland expanded by Philip Johnson are just a few recently-demolished historic buildings in the U.S. and beyond. For some of the structures demolition was inevitable, while for others, demolition was an unexpected and sad conclusion to tireless preservation campaigns.

Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

Edward Larrabee Barnes and Dan Kiley | Burlington, Vermont

This past summer AN reported on the Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, a church in Burlington, Vermont facing demolition. The former place

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