Alan Higgins Featured in Evansville Living Magazine

Unnoticed_Modern_CoverAlan Higgins, Director of Architectural and Cultural History, is a leading expert in modern and recent past architecture and was recently featured in Evansville Living. He has spent numerous hours studying those resources that are considered recent past. Recently his work in Evansville, Indiana, was spotlighted in the Nov/Dec 2013 issue of Evansville Living.

The article chronicled Alan’s project “Unnoticed Modern,” which documents existing architecture in Evansville, Indiana, that dates from 1945 to 1975. In January of 2014, Alan’s books “Unnoticed Modern” and “Vision and Legacy” will be available to the public. To get a sneak peek at his works and to learn more about recent past architecture and its challenges, you can read previous CRA posts covering the topics.

Unnoticed Modern: The Midcentury Architecture of Evansville, Indiana

The Recent Past’s Greatest Challenge

Addressing the Next Generation of Historic Resources

 

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